The solar events of the last 24 hours :
- Solar activity has been eruptive during the past 24 hours, featuring nine C flares. The brightest flare (C3.6) peaked at 04:28 UT on September 4 and was produced by NOAA AR 11837 like most C flares in this period. More C flares are likely within the next 48 hours, with a slight chance for an M flare, especially from NOAA AR 11837.
- The solar wind speed ranged between 380 and 480 km/s in the past 24 hours.
- In the same period, the Interplanetary Magnetic Field decreased from around 8 to 4 nT.
- Currently, on the Sun can be identified 4 active regions with sunspots .
The geomagnetic activity was at quiet levels during the past 24 hours. Quiet conditions are expected for September 4 to 6, with a chance for active periods on September 5, due to the effects of a Coronal Hole high speed stream.
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Equipment : Coronado 90 + SBIG 8300s + LX75
Date : 09/04/13
Time GMT : 12:30:00
Exposure 0.09 sec .
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