Payloads coming/which came down:
Kiruna Magnetometer: http://www.irf.
It looks like there was a substorm last night, but no EMIC waves associated with it at this station.
Finnish Magnetometer Array: http://www.sgo.fi/Data/
GOES 800 keV and 2 MeV electrons appear to have been disturbed and dropped out for a short time with the substorm activity possibly but appear to be recovered as of sending this e-mail.
Solar wind speed:
Solar proton density:
63 and Sunspot AR2571 has a beta-gamma complexity which means that there is at a slightly higher chance for an M-class solar flare. Currently it looks like if we were so lucky for it to produce a CME, it may be Earth directed. However the chances of it flaring are low (see Anna's post on the blog).
kp = 2 with a 24 hour max of kp = 4
SW magnetic field:
Coronal hole news
A coronal hole with a nice high speed stream should hit today or maybe tomorrow. It does look to be quiet wide so we may see high solar wind speeds for quite a while. We've got our summer CCMC student working on looking at what this high speed stream looked like at Stereo A which may give us an indication of the magnetic field orientation associated with it.