Date: 23 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
The two sunspots on the solar disk are quiet and stable. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The
solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 22
10.7cm Flux: 95 sfu

Solar wind speed: 354.9 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 3.0 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: -2.4 nT (South)
Bt: 4.5 nT
Dst: -16 nT

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Date: 22 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2929 is departing but poses a continued threat for M-class solar flares.
The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 23
10.7cm Flux: 99 sfu

Solar wind speed: 404.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 3.4 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: -2.0 nT (South)
Bt: 3.4 nT
Dst: -25 nT

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Date: 21 January 2022; 09:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2929 is departing but poses a continued threat for M-class solar flares.
The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 60
10.7cm Flux: 99 sfu

Solar wind speed: 413.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 0.4 nT (North)
Bt: 3.3 nT
Dst: -12 nT

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Date: 20 January 2022; 09:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2929 poses a continued threat for M-class solar flares.
The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed has declined.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 57
10.7cm Flux: 105 sfu

Solar wind speed: 489.4 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.4 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 1.2 nT (North)
Bt: 4.6 nT
Dst: -11 nT

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Date: 19 January 2022; 09:43 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2929 poses a threat for M-class solar flares.is in decay.
The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is moderately high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 59
10.7cm Flux: 115 sfu

Solar wind speed: 603.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 9.6 protons.cm3

Kp: 4
Bz: 2.0 nT (North)
Bt: 5.0 nT
Dst: -26 nT

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Date: 18 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2929 has ‘beta-gamma’ magnetic field that harbours energy for M-class solar flares.is in decay. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is moderately high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 99
10.7cm Flux: 114 sfu

Solar wind speed: 562.3 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 8.2 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: -4.4 nT (South)
Bt: 8.4 nT
Dst: -23 nT

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Date: 17 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2932 is in decay. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is moderately high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 103
10.7cm Flux: 116 sfu

Solar wind speed: 549.6 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 10.8 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 3.7 nT (North)
Bt: 3.7 nT
Dst: -20 nT

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Date: 16 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
New Sunspot AR2929 is growing very rapidly but its simple magnetic field does not pose a threat for strong
solar flares yet. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed is moderately
high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 120
10.7cm Flux: 116 sfu

Solar wind speed: 549.0 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 10.9 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: 1.5 nT (North)
Bt: 6.0 nT
Dst: -35 nT

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Date: 15 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
New Sunspot AR2929 is growing very rapidly. The
geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is elevated.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 112
10.7cm Flux: 106 sfu

Solar wind speed: 447.3 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 12.8 protons.cm3

Kp: 3
Bz: -0.2 nT (South)
Bt: 3.4 nT
Dst: -50 nT

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Date: 14 January 2022; 14:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2924 has a ‘beta gamma-magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class flares. The
geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed has decline.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 111
10.7cm Flux: 106 sfu

Solar wind speed: 364.6 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 12.8 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: -5.1 nT (South)
Bt: 11.4 nT
Dst: 13 nT

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Date: 12 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2924 has a ‘beta gamma-magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class flares. The
geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 51
10.7cm Flux: 100 sfu

Solar wind speed: 365.8 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 5.1 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 4.2 nT (North)
Bt: 8.2 nT
Dst: 8 nT

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Date: 11 January 2022; 09:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
All the Sunspots AR2024 on the solar disk have a stable magnetic fields that pose little threat for strong
flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 38
10.7cm Flux: 102 sfu

Solar wind speed: 391.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 7.4 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 0.4 nT (North)
Bt: 3.0 nT
Dst: 4 nT

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Date: 10 January 2022; 09:44 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
All the Sunspots AR2024 on the solar disk have a stable magnetic fields that pose little threat for strong
flares. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet at all levels. The solar wind speed is declining.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 36
10.7cm Flux: 102 sfu

Solar wind speed: 452.8 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 4.2 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 2.3 nT (North)
Bt: 3.8 nT
Dst: 1 nT

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Date: 09 January 2022; 09:44 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 moderately high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 31
10.7cm Flux: 102 sfu

Solar wind speed: 525.8 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 8.0 protons.cm3

Kp: 2
Bz: -0.5 nT (South)
Bt: 4.4 nT
Dst: -10 nT

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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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Date: 04 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
A new Sunspot is emerging on the solar disk. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The solar wind speed
has declined.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 12
10.7cm Flux: 84 sfu

Solar wind speed: 443.7 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 4.9 protons.cm3

Kp: 1
Bz: 0.5 nT (North)
Bt: 5.5 nT
Dst: -6 nT

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Date: 03 January 2022; 09:45 UT

Summary of Space Weather.
Sunspot AR2916’s magnetic field is decaying and no longer poses a threat for M-class solar flares. The
geomagnetic conditions are unstable. The solar wind speed is moderately high.

Space Weather parameters / observations;

Sunspot Number: 25
10.7cm Flux: 89 sfu

Solar wind speed: 541.2 km.s-1
Solar wind density: 9.1 protons.cm3

Kp: 4
Bz: 1.4 nT (North)
Bt: 8.8 nT
Dst: -13 nT

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