Articles tagged "ch hss"

aurora jun wang october 11 2017

Spotless Sun, CH HSS sparks geomagnetic storms

Geomagnetic storming reaching G1 - Minor levels is underway as our planet moves through a stream of high-speed solar wind. At the same time, solar activity is at very low levels with no flare activity and a spotless Sun on its Earth-facing side. Over the past 24...

October 12, 2017

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Positive polarity CH HSS sparks G1 geomagnetic storm

A positive polarity coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS) is affecting our planet and will continue to do so over the next three days. Over the past 24 hours, by 12:30 UTC on July 22, solar wind parameters as measured by DSCOVR spacecraft reflected the influence...

July 22, 2017

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Recurrent CH HSS causing geomagnetic storming on Earth

Our planet is passing through a stream of fast-moving, negative polarity solar wind. Geomagnetic storming reached G1 - Minor levels at 17:24 UTC. A G2 - Moderate warning is in effect for the rest of the UTC day. This is a recurrent CH HSS, responsible for G3 -...

April 02, 2016


Southern pole connected CH HSS causes unsettled to major geomagnetic storms

Southern pole connected coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS) is causing unsettled to major (G2 - Moderate) geomagnetic storms since April 15, 2015.Geomagnetic K-index of 6 (G2 - Moderate) threshold was reached at 23:27 UTC on April 16, 2015.During the last 12 hours (

April 17, 2015


Earth under the influence of high speed solar wind stream

Earth is currently under the influence of a high speed solar wind stream originating in large southern coronal hole. Although the bulk of this stream is headed south of our planet, we have already experienced severe geomagnetic storm periods at high latitudes.Geomagneti

January 04, 2015


Impulsive M1.5 erupts off the east limb, Earth under the influence of CH HSS

An impulsive solar flare measuring M1.5 at its peak time erupted early on December 13, 2014, from a region rotating around the SE limb. The event started at 05:13, peaked at 05:20 and ended at 05:25 UTC.This new region shows a good potential for increased solar activity

December 13, 2014