Space Weather for September 30, 2022 UTC Time  

HMI Intensity
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STEREO-A (Farside)
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Solar Indices  (Sept. 30 @ 00:35 UTC)
SFI
SSN
AREA
137
56
490
2
16
160
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3 Day Geomagnetic Forecast
Sept. 30
Oct. 1
Oct. 2
4-5 (G1)
6 (G2)
5 (G1)

Max Kp

M-Lat   40%
H-Lat   65%
M-Lat   40%
H-Lat   75%
M-Lat   35%
H-Lat   60%

Probabilities

Geomagnetic Field and Aurora
Past 24 Hours:  Unsettled

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GOES-16 SUVI (304a)

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X-Rays

Current

Global D-LAYER Absorption
Current Solar Flare Threat
C-Flare: 99%
M-Flare: 30%
X-Flare: 05%
Proton: 01%

Flare Events (M2+) Past 48 Hours   |   Event Report   |   Top Solar Flares
No Noteworthy Events Detected.

Visible Sunspot Regions  |   Sunspot Summary   |   SRS (txt)
3105 3107 3110 3111

Latest Space Weather News
               
Returning Active Region
September 29, 2022 @ 10:15 UTC
Old region 3098 is currently approaching the northeast limb and will begin to show itself during the next 48 hours. The region appears that it could still be active. Image below by SDO/AIA using the 94 angstroms channel.

Coronal Holes Facing Earth / Storm Watch
September 29, 2022 @ 00:00 UTC
A pair of coronal holes stretching across the center of the solar disk are now facing Earth. A high speed solar wind stream flowing from these zones is expected to reach Earth beginning on September 30th and into October 1st. Minor (G1) to Moderate (G2) geomagnetic storming will be in the forecast once the solar wind stream arrives past Earth. Visible aurora at higher latitudes will be very possible heading into the new month.

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