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Latest Space Weather News and Updates
July 9, 2019 @ 21:50 UTC
Minor Geomagnetic Storm
A weak CME passage followed by the onset of an expected coronal hole stream was enough to generate minor (G1) geomagnetic storm conditions on Tuesday. The solar wind speed is currently above 650 km/s and could lead to additional periods of geomagnetic unrest at higher latitudes.

July 8, 2019 @ 21:30 UTC
Geomagnetic Enhancement
What appears to be a weak transient passage was detected by the DSCOVR spacecraft on Monday and resulted in a geomagnetic enhancement (Kp4) at higher latitudes. This looks to be seperate from the anticipated coronal hole stream expected within the next 24-36 hours. Additional geomagnetic disturbances will be possible during the next few days.

July 6, 2019 @ 21:50 UTC
Cycle 25 Sunspot Region
Hello again. I have not posted any updates in a little while as the sun has continued to be extremely quiet.

Something of interest to report on today however. A small sunspot forming high in latitude in the southern hemisphere just gathered up enough strength to produce a very small B-Flare. That in itself is now that interesting. The fact that this region is located high enough in latitude and has the correct magnetism to associate with the upcoming Solar Cycle 25 is interesting! We will see whatever else if anything this tiny active region will bring us. Image below by SDO/HMI.

UPDATE (July 9 @ 00:10 UTC): Region 2744 already faded away leaving the visible disk void of sunspots once again. Expect more regions belonging to Cycle 25 to pop up sporadically over the next year or so before a gradual increase is expected.


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UPDATED 2019 July 19 1230 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity remained very low, and no Earth-directed CMEs were
observed in available coronagraph imagery.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is expected to remain very low on 19-21 Jul.

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