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Les données disponibles indiquent qu'il n'est actuellement pas possible de voir une aurore sur les latitudes moyennes.

Dernières nouvelles

La météo de l'espace aujourd'hui

L'activité aurorale Faible Fort
Hautes latitudes 30% 30%
Latitudes moyennes 5% 1%
Kp prévisionnel max 3
L'activité solaire
Éruptions solaires classe-M 1%
Éruptions solaires classe-X 1%
B1.2 B1.7 B1.4 B1.5 B3.2 B5.4 B8.4
Phase de la Lune
Nouvelle lune

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La Météo Spatiale en faits

Dernière classe X:10/09/2017X8.2
Dernière classe M:09/09/2017M1.1
Dernier orage géomagnétique:18/09/2017Kp5 (G1)
Nombre de jours sans taches solaires en 2017:56
Dernier jour sans taches solaires:01/08/2017

A ce jour dans l'histoire*

Éruptions solaires
12015M2.1
22002M1.8
31998M1.8
42015M1.5
52002M1.5
ApG
1201544G3
2199634G2
3200327G1
4201618
5200412G1
*depuis 1994