Space Weather for May 26, 2022 UTC Time  

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Max Kp

M-Lat   10%
H-Lat   40%
M-Lat   10%
H-Lat   40%
M-Lat   05%
H-Lat   30%


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Past 24 Hours:  Quiet

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Global D-LAYER Absorption
Current Solar Flare Threat
C-Flare: 90%
M-Flare: 30%
X-Flare: 10%
Proton: 10%

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No Noteworthy Events Detected.

Visible Sunspot Regions  |   Sunspot Summary   |   SRS (txt)
3014 3017 3020 3021 3022 3023 3024

Latest Space Weather News
M-Flare, CME Possible.
May 25, 2022 @ 19:15 UTC (UPDATED)
Solar activity is back at moderate levels with an M1.3 flare just detected around plage region 3016 at 18:24 UTC (May 25). Imagery courtesy of the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) suggests that this event may have been eruptive, meaning a coronal mass ejection (CME) will be likely. More details to follow regarding this and if there is an Earth directed component.

ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
Begin Time: 2022 May 25 1817 UTC
Estimated Velocity: 994 km/s

UPDATE: A coronal mass ejection (CME) was produced by the M1.3 flare on Wednesday and the bulk of plasma is heading to the southwest and off the Sun-Earth line. A fainter Earth directed component does appear evident when watching a video by LASCO C3 and it could sweep past Earth within 48-72 hours. Only a minor impact to our geomagnetic field should be expected. More to follow once a tracking model becomes available.

Spectacular Eruption
May 25, 2022 @ 01:20 UTC
A spectacular eruption was observed within the past few hours originating from behind the northeast limb. A coronal mass ejection (CME) will be associated, but will be directed away from Earth. Image below courtesy of GOES-16 SUVI.

Earth facing solar activity remains at low levels with only minor C-Flares detected. AR 3014 will remain a threat for an isolated M-Flare as it continues to move closer towards the west limb.

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