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During the past 24 hours, solar activity was moderate. There were two active regions on the visible disk, which produced a M1.1 flare and 4 C-class flares. Due to the persistent effects of the recurrent coronal hole high speed stream, the solar wind speed reached a peak of 800 km/s, and the geomagnetic field reached minor storm levels for 6 hours. The greater than 2 MeV electron flux at geosynchronous orbit was at minor storm levels.
Published: 2017-08-21 00:10 UTC
Forecaster: 035/026
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24-hr Max:C9.4
Peak Time:2017 Aug 20 19:39 UTC
 
Updated:2017 Aug 21 06:05 UTC
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Current 5-min:2.320e-1 /cm2.sr.s
24-hr Max:5.280e-1 /cm2.sr.s
 
Updated:2017 Aug 21 06:00 UTC
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Speed:673.2 km/sec
Density:7.6 protons/cm3
 
Updated:2017 Aug 21 06:00 UTC
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Current:Kp=3
24-hr Max:Kp=5
 
Updated:2017 Aug 21 03:00 UTC
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Current 5-min:1.030e+4 /cm2.sr.s
Integral Flux:8.234e+8 /cm2.sr.day
 
Updated:2017 Aug 21 06:00 UTC
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10.7cm Flux:86 sfu
 
Update:2017 Aug 20 UTC
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SSN:44
 
Update:2017 Aug 20 UTC
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