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HomeSolarSolar ConditionsSummary and Forecast Saturday, Jul 04 2015 22:28 UT
Solar Conditions

Summary and Forecast

Solar Summary

(last updated 03 Jul 2015 23:30 UT)

Activity 03 Jul: Moderate Flares Max Fadeout Freq. Sectors M1.5 1251UT possible lower European Observed 10.7 cm flux/Equivalent Sunspot Number for 03 Jul: 112/63

Solar Forecast

(last updated 03 Jul 2015 23:30 UT)

04 Jul 05 Jul 06 Jul Activity Low to moderate Low to moderate Low to moderate Fadeouts Possible Possible Possible 10.7cm/SSN 112/63 112/63 115/66 COMMENT: Solar flare activity was moderate during 3 Jul UT. AR 2378 (S17E56) produced the largest flare of the day, an M1.5 event peaking at 12:51 UT. AR 2378 also produced five C class flares. This region may produce another M class flare during the next 3 days. The CME recorded leaving the NE limb late during 2 Jul will not be geoeffective. There was a filament eruption in the SW quadrant during 3 UT on 3 Jul. No associated CME was observed. Coronal Hole 675 has rotated into the Western Hemisphere. Fast solar wind is expected to arrive later today and drive unsettled to active geomagnetic conditions during 5 Jul. The solar wind speed decreased from about 350 km/s to 300 km/s during 3 Jul. The magnitude of the IMF was about 4 nT and the Bz component fluctuated mostly in the range -2 nT to +2 nT.

Solar Activity levels are explained in the IPS Solar Terrestrial Glossary.

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