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Read more Monday, 10 October 2016 - UTC A faint asymmatric full halo coronal mass ejection became visible yesterday on SOHO LASCO coronagraph imagery.
There wasn't a very clear source to be found on SDO imagery but a small filament eruption is the primary suspect.
Read more Tuesday, 6 September 2016 - UTC It has been five crazy first days of this month as every single day thus far provided us with at least one 3-hour period where we reached geomagnetic storm conditions according to the NOAA SWPC.
The first three days of this month even treated us with moderate G2 geomagnetic storming conditions.
This is likely the filament coronal mass ejection from 5 November that is now passing our planet.
As expected by us, it is only a minor glancing blow and geomagnetic storming is not expected at this time.
Kp values up to 4 are possible with the current conditions.
This was all thanks to a massive coronal hole system that has now started to rotate out of Earth's view.
Read more Sunday, 23 October 2016 - UTC It is fairly clear we are well on our way to solar minimum but October has thus far been an interesting month despite the lack of any significant solar activity.Read more Wednesday, 12 October 2016 - UTC While we are awaiting the arrival of a small coronal mass ejection (expected to arrive tomorrow) our automated alert system notified us of another very interesting solar feature: we have a coronal hole on the Sun and it faces Earth today.