Date: 12 July 2021; 14:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspots AR2841 and AR2842 have stable magnetic fields that pose a little threat for strong solar flares. The geomagnetic
conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;
Sunspot Number: 23
10.7cm Flux: 74 sfu

Solar wind speed: 326.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 21.8 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: -2.9 nT (South)
Bt: 6.6 nT
Dst: 17 nT

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Date: 11 July 2021; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
New sunspot AR2841 is cracking with B-class solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed has declined.

Space Weather parameters / observations;
Sunspot Number: 24
10.7cm Flux: 74 sfu

Solar wind speed: 364.3 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.6 protons.cm3

Kp: 0
Bz: 1.9 nT (North)
Bt: 2.6 nT
Dst: 7 nT

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Date: 10 July 2021; 23:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
New sunspot AR2841 is growing and may soon pose a threat for minor solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is elevated.

Space Weather parameters / observations;
Sunspot Number: 23
10.7cm Flux: 74 sfu

Solar wind speed: 441.6 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.1 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: 3.1 nT (North)
Bt: 4.3 nT
Dst: 14 nT

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Date: 09 July 2021; 10:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
All the sunspots on the solar disc are magnetically simple and pose little threat for strong solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;
Sunspot Number: 23
10.7cm Flux: 73 sfu

Solar wind speed: 314.1 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.9 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: 0.3 nT (North)
Bt: 5.0 nT
Dst: -3 nT

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