Welcome to the most reliable and extensive space weather and aurora alert service available! You can sign up here for push notifications, Twitter alerts and browser pop up notifications! We prodive a wide variety of space weather alerts like aurora alerts, solar flare alerts and so much more! Best of all: these alerts are all automated so we don't need anyone sitting behind a keyboard to issue the alerts. Our service is free to use (yes indeed, it won't cost you money!) and runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year so no space weather event will go unnoticed! If you sign up for these alerts, you are guaranteed to be informed of important space weather events and aurora displays as soon as they occur!
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When space weather happens, we make a news update onto our website which you will receive in your e-mailbox. We only send an update if there is interesting news to report like solar flares, coronal holes, geomagnetic storms and a lot more. Everything in regards to Space Weather so you'll never miss out an event. We also send out product and site updates so you'll be the first to know about our new features.
The system will only send out an e-mail if there is news to report, and this will be done daily so that you won't receive a bunch of e-mails from us. During periods of high activity it can be the case that you'll receive an e-mail from us every day, in quiet times it could take more than a week, it all depends on our beloved star the Sun. If you ever want to unsubscribe, use the link in the e-mail and we'll stop sending you these updates. You can always reactivate them in a later time.Subscribe now!
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|Dernière classe X:||10/09/2017||X8.2|
|Dernière classe M:||20/10/2017||M1.0|
|Dernier orage géomagnétique:||13/10/2018||Kp5 (G1)|
|Nombre de jours sans taches solaires en 2018:||165|
|Dernier jour sans taches solaires:||16/10/2018|