posted on Feb, 17 2011 @ 06:58 PM
I wonder why there is a "DATA" gap listed? Is there something we are not suppose to see that may get here tonight or tomorrow?There seems to be an
Earth directed component, then, the data gap....
Comment from the SIDC (RWC Belgium): NOAA AR 1158 produced several C flares and an M1.6 flare peaking at 14:25 UT. It was associated with a type II
radio burst detected at the Humain radio site. NOAA AR 1158 seems to have stabilized in growth and complexity, but has still high potential for strong
flares. A very faint eruption is seen in COR-2 from STEREO-A and STEREO-B, starting at 02:39 UT. There seems to be an Earth directed component, but it
is very faint (and there is a data gap in SOHO and STEREO-A). Geomagnetic conditions are quiet but they are expected to increase to active and even
storm levels when the expected ICME from the 15th arrives to the Earth later today or probably tomorrow.
(Comments issued on 17 Feb 2011, 1327UT)
Here is a great live link..Has everything...I alway check it every day...
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