Date: 08 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2024 has rapidly grown into one of the largest sunspots of solar cycle 25. The geomagnetic conditions
are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 38
10.7cm Flux: 107 sfu

Solar wind speed: 301.4 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 29.6 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 2.3 nT (North)
Bt: 3.6 nT
Dst: 17 nT

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Date: 07 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2024 has doubled in size and may soon pose a threat for solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions
are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 35
10.7cm Flux: 94 sfu

Solar wind speed: 313.6 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 2.5 protons.cm3

Kp: 0
Bz: 2.7 nT (North)
Bt: 3.8 nT
Dst: 12 nT

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Date: 06 January 2022; 10:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2024 has doubled in size and may soon pose a threat for solar flares. The geomagnetic conditions
are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 24
10.7cm Flux: 84 sfu

Solar wind speed: 348.5 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 3.4 protons.cm3

Kp: 0
Bz: 1.6 nT (North)
Bt: 4.7 nT
Dst: 3 nT

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Date: 05 January 2022; 09:50 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
A new Sunspot is emerging on the solar disk. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar
wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 12
10.7cm Flux: 86 sfu

Solar wind speed: 402.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 3.3 protons.cm3

Kp: 0
Bz: 2.2 nT (North)
Bt: 5.0 nT
Dst: 1 nT

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