Date: 13 October 2021; 23:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2882 has experienced some re-development and now has a “beta-gamma” magnetic field that harbours energy for
M-class solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed has slightly declined.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 35
10.7cm Flux: 89 sfu

Solar wind speed: 438.4 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 3.5 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: -1.4 nT (South)
Bt: 4.1 nT
Dst: -19 nT

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Date: 12 October 2021; 23:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2882 is decaying and chances of another strong flare is reduced. The
geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is increasing.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 35
10.7cm Flux: 89 sfu

Solar wind speed: 450.0 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 5.3 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: -1.4 nT (South)
Bt: 4.1 nT
Dst: -19 nT

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Date: 11 October 2021; 09:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Formerly quiet sunspot AR2882 is decaying and chances of another strong flare is reduced. The
geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is increasing.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 38
10.7cm Flux: 85 sfu

Solar wind speed: 399.5 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.2 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: -3.7 nT (South)
Bt: 4.7 nT
Dst: -20 nT

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