Halo CME on 20031117 - SOHO/LASCO C3 Data

COMMENTS: In the current case, the magnetic field at the front side of the ejecta is hard to determine. The CME originated at 30 East of the disk center and it may be a geoeffective one. In the case it hits the earth there is a chance that the southward component can be as high as -20nT, although -30nT is also possible.

It seems that the CME missed the earth

1Numbers in red are estimates. Numbers in parenthesis (if any) are actual measured values
*These estimates should be compared to the observed 1 hour averaged ACE and Dst values

  • Real Time Dst from World Data Center for Geomagnetism, Kyoto
  • Predicted Dst from Nonlinear Dynamics and Space Physics group
  • Real Time ACE data
  • Today's Space Weather

    Full Disk Halpha Full Disk SOHO/MDI Full Disk SOHO/EIT195
    Active Region Halpha Active Region SOHO/MDI Active Region /EIT195
    Images are courtesy of Active Region Monitor

    Automaticaly Generated on Mon Nov 17 10:19:35 2003
    Please, send questions and comments to Vasyl Yurchyshyn