Date: 03 November 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
All the sunspots on the solar disk have stable magnetic fields that
pose little or no threat for strong solar flares. The geomagnetic
conditions are unsettled. The solar wind speed is increasing.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 49
10.7cm Flux: 130 sfu

Solar wind speed: 489.3 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.48 protons.cm3

Kp: 4
Bz: -8.74 nT (South)
Bt: 10.58 nT
Dst: -42 nT

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Date: 02 November 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Despite a large number of the sunspots on the solar disk, the chances
of solar flare is low because all the sunspots have stable magnetic
fields disinclined to explode. The geomagnetic conditions are
quiet. The solar wind speed has slightly increased.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 63
10.7cm Flux: 128 sfu

Solar wind speed: 434.5 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 5.21 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: 0.75 nT (North)
Bt: 5.92 nT
Dst: -26 nT

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