Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Daily e-mail Feb 12th 2013


Good Morning 

There was a CME on Saturday and an HSS which should both be hitting us today but it looks more and more certain that they may have been too far north and south respectively to be very geo-effective. 

Payloads up:
SANAE IV: 1T
Halley 6: 1I, 1A



Payloads coming down:
1H was terminated yesterday 
   
Conjunctions: 
Feb 9 2013
Sat. A 0430 UT - 1100 UT
Sat. B 0730 UT - 1350 UT

Feb 8 2013
Sat. A 0200 UT - 0800 UT 
Sat. B 0600 UT - 1100 UT

Feb 5 2013
Sat. A 0130 UT - 0845 UT 
Sat. B 0355 UT - 1130 UT

Feb 4 2013
Sat. B 0045 UT - 0810 UT 

Feb 3-4 2013
Sat. A 2220 UT on February 3rd to 0545 on February 4th

Feb 3 2013
Sat. A 0420 UT - 1200 UT
Sat. B 0640 UT - 1420 UT

Jan 30 2013-partially cancelled
Sat. A 0140 UT - 0555 UT
Sat. B 0335 UT - 1050 UT

Jan 29 2013
Sat. A 0735 UT - 1515 UT
Sat. B 0025 UT - 0740 UT
Sat. B 0915 UT - 1650 UT
 
Jan 28-29 2013
Sat. A 2250 UT Jan 28 - 0605 UT Jan 29
 
Jan 28 2013
Sat. A 0450 UT - 1210 UT
Sat. B 0625 UT - 1345 UT
 
Jan 27 2013
Sat. A 0220 UT - 0910 UT
Sat. A 1114 UT - 1815 UT
Sat. B 0330 UT - 1020 UT
Sat. B 1215 UT - 1940 UT


Halley Bay :
very quiet

GOES Electron Flux:
Have continued to be at normal to moderate levels and are expected to be the same for the next three days.
 
GOES Proton Flux:
Has stayed at background levels for the lat 24 hours and is expected to be the same over the next three days
 
Space Weather from Spaceweather.com and SWPC.noaa.gov
 
Solar wind speed is 362.9 km/s 
Solar proton density 1.5 cm^(-3) 
 
60 sunspots are now visible. NOAA has the likelihood of a M class flare at 10% and a 1% chance of an X class flare. 
 
Kp is quiet kp = 1 with a 24 max of kp = 2
Bz = 1.3 nT south
Btotal = 1.6 nT 
 
It looks like there may be a small coronal hole about halfway across the sun which is hiding behind a pair of sunspots. 

From Kyoto:
AE: very quiet
 
Dst: quiet. 
 
Have a great day