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    Galway
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    Reading novels, researching ancient history, metaphysics. Hill walking, mountain climbing. Weather enthusiast.
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    Snow, frost hail, ice.

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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    January 17th: Thermosphere climate index: 32.6 billion watts. Kp index=1=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    15th January: Thermosphere climate index: 31.9 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Kp index=1=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Yesterdays updates January 12th: Solar flux: 68sfu Thermosphere climate index: 32.2 billion watts. Kp index=1=quiet. Big drop in thermosphere temps. Big drop in solar wind speed and drop in solar flux obviously the reason thermosphere temps are dropping.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Kp index=2=quiet. Thermosphere cooling off again.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Kp index=2=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    8th january: Thermosphere climate index: 33.8 billion watts. Kp index 24hr period=2=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    January 4th 2019: Thermosphere climate index: 36.6 billion watts. Kp index: for 24hr period=3=quiet. Radio sun 72sfu.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Kp index for 24 hour period=1=quiet. Radio sun: 72 sfu Jan 2nd thermosphere: 36.7 billion watts.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    65% chance of g1 solar flare to hit earths magnetic field 5th Jan, auroras will be visible in arctic circle aided by dark skies thanks to new moon.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Kudos to you my friend.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Sunspot ar2732 is a decaying spot from cycle 24 and poses no threats for solar flares. Solar flux 72sfu Kp index for 24hr period=2=quiet. Solar wind speed and density quite low end today. First auroras of 2019 have been sighted in Finland.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    January 1st 2019: Thermosphere climate index: 36.1 billion watts. Kp index for 24 hour period=3=quiet.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    December 31st: Thermosphere climate index: 36.0 billion watts. Kp index=3=quiet.
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