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C4.8 solar flare

środa, marzec 20 2019 - 21:09 UTC

C4.8 solar flare

A new sunspot region that received sunspot number 2736 earlier today erupted with a long duration C-class solar flare. The solar flare peaked at 11:18 UTC and reached a maximum X-ray flux of C4.8. The eruption was associated with a Type II radio sweep which indicated straight away that this event was likely to be eruptive and thus launched a coronal mass ejection into space.

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Coronal hole faces Earth

poniedziałek, marzec 11 2019 - 18:54 UTC

Coronal hole faces Earth

We are still waiting to see what the two solar flares from the past few days will cause for activity at Earth but yet another solar feature throws itself in the mix today: a coronal hole solar wind stream!

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Eruptive flares, NOAA G1 watch

niedziela, marzec 10 2019 - 19:45 UTC

Eruptive flares, NOAA G1 watch

The past few days, sunspot region 2734 faced Earth. While the sunspot region wasn't very complex it was the first proper sunspot region in quite some time and produced a couple of small solar flares. The two most noteworthy events were a C1.3 solar flare on 8 March and a B6.5 solar flare on 9 March. While B and C class solar flares aren't very interesting normally, these two events showed signs that they might have ejected some solar plasma into space. Keep on reading to find out more...

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Coronal hole faces Earth, G1 watch

niedziela, luty 24 2019 - 20:19 UTC

Coronal hole faces Earth, G1 watch

It's that time of the month again as we have a familiar coronal hole facing our planet today that should influence the solar wind environment around our planet for a couple of days at the end of this month, and the beginning of next month.

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Coronal hole faces Earth

poniedziałek, styczeń 28 2019 - 20:10 UTC

Coronal hole faces Earth

A coronal hole is facing our planet today and sending a high speed solar wind stream towards our planet.

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C5.0 solar flare

sobota, styczeń 26 2019 - 18:59 UTC

C5.0 solar flare

A sign of life from our star! Sunspot region 2733 erupted with a C5.0 solar flare today at 13:22 UTC. While not the kind of solar fireworks like M or X-class solar flares, this is a fairly decent solar flare during solar minimum. In fact, this is the strongest solar flare since a C4 class solar flare that took place on 30/03/2018.

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Coronal hole faces Earth

niedziela, styczeń 20 2019 - 19:08 UTC

Coronal hole faces Earth

A coronal hole is facing our planet today and sending a high speed solar wind stream towards our planet.

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SpaceWeatherLive is now available in Ukrainian!

niedziela, styczeń 20 2019 - 11:55 UTC

SpaceWeatherLive is now available in Ukrainian!

After English, Estonian, Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Polish, Italian, Russian and Swedish we are very happy to be able to introduce an eleventh language here on SpaceWeatherLive. You can now access the website and our mobile app in the Ukrainian language!

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Solar Cycle 25 and the 10.7 cm radio solar flux

środa, styczeń 2 2019 - 18:57 UTC

Solar Cycle 25 and the 10.7 cm radio solar flux

Following our previous guest post regarding the upcoming Solar Cycle 25 we have yet another guest post. This time from Patrick Geryl. Patrick does research in astrophysics, especially everything related to the Sun. He has currently published 3 articles on Researchgate. At this moment he is working with Jan Alvestad from Solen on an article: “High Resolution Sunspot Calculations.” He hopes to makes his breakthrough with his prediction about the start of Solar Cycle 25. Patrick claims that Solar Cycle 25 started in November 2018. How did he came to this conclusion? Keep reading to find that out.

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Coronal hole faces Earth

wtorek, styczeń 1 2019 - 15:37 UTC

Coronal hole faces Earth

Happy New Year everyone! We are starting of 2019 with some pleasant space weather news! A coronal hole is facing our planet today and sending a high speed solar wind stream towards our planet!

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Ostatnie rozbłyski klasy X:2017/09/10X8.2
Ostatnie rozbłyski klasy M:2017/10/20M1.0
Ostatnia burza geomagnetyczna:2019/03/17Kp5 (G1)
Ilość dni bez skazy w 2019 roku:53
Ostatni dzień bez skazy:2019/03/17

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