M1.7 solar flare with earth-directed CME

What a week we are having! Hello Solar Cycle 25! Sunspot region 2891 (which is directly facing Earth!) produced a very long duration M1.7 (R1-minor) solar flare this morning that peaked at 03:01 UTC. READ…

G2 geomagnetic storm watch

The NOAA SWPC has updated their WSA-ENLIL solar wind model with a new run that includes three coronal mass ejections. A new geomagnetic storm watch was also issued, being upgraded from a minor G1 geomagnetic…

G3 geomagnetic storm

What a show! The M1.7 coronal mass ejection arrived ahead of schedule yesterday (3 November) around 19:30 UTC. That is faster than pretty much every forecast that was out there! She must have had a…

X1 coronal mass ejection has arrived!

Finally! After many hours of waiting and waiting and speculating, we can now conclude that the X1.0 coronal mass ejection has arrived at our planet. READ MORE...

G3 geomagnetic storm

What a show! The M1.7 coronal mass ejection arrived ahead of schedule yesterday (3 November) around 19:30 UTC. That is faster than pretty much every forecast that was out there! She must have had a…

X1 coronal mass ejection has arrived!

Finally! After many hours of waiting and waiting and speculating, we can now conclude that the X1.0 coronal mass ejection has arrived at our planet. READ MORE...

M1.7 solar flare with earth-directed CME

What a week we are having! Hello Solar Cycle 25! Sunspot region 2891 (which is directly facing Earth!) produced a very long duration M1.7 (R1-minor) solar flare this morning that peaked at 03:01 UTC. READ…