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Communication, Solar Flux, Flare, Geomagnetic Forecasts
Past 72-hours of Solar Flares
Current Solar Geomagnetic Conditions SOLAR GOES X-ray Flux
Issue Time:
2015-01-04 1639 UTC (2015/004)
COMM STATUS: no unexpected effects; Event peak - no significant effects
FLARE ALERT: no flare in progress
FLARE STATUS: Monitoring at 2015-01-04 1639 UTC
FLARE FEATURES:
Start
Peak
FWHM
End
Calendar Date (UT)
Jan-03 04:19
Jan-03 04:28
Jan-03 05:19
Jan-03 07:08
NOAA Radio Blackout
R0
R0
R0
R0
Flare class  
B8
   
Related Link: NOAA/SWPC, Today's Space Weather
  • Effects of space weather on communications
    • Outage causes
      • Solar flare - a flare occurring in the NOAA R scale red zone with an outage on the dayside
      • Geomagnetic storm - the ap in the red zone with an outage at mid and high latitudes
    • Outage duration
      • Large solar flares - may last up to 4-5 hours
      • Large geomagnetic storms - may last up to a few days

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