September 1, 2019
Update 3: More intense flares
Geomagnetic conditions have reached moderate storm levels. NOAA Kp is currently equal to 6 (moderate geomagnetic storm, between 12h and 15h UT on Sep 01). The latest K Dourbes measurements are at active levels (K Dourbes = 5). The enhanced geomagnetic conditions are due to a High Speed Stream (HSS) from a recurrent positive polarity coronal hole that passed the central solar meridian a couple of days ago.
FAST WARNING 'PRESTO' MESSAGE from the SIDC (RWC-Belgium) 2019 Sep 01
August 31, 2019
Update 2: More Flares
8:33 PM Philadelphia Time
Update: Solar Flares and Cosmic Energy Increasing:
2:36 PM Philadelphia Time
A solar wind speed of 1,115 Km/sec or 2,500,000 miles per hour wind speed was recorded this morning.
And, a Planetary Kp Index of 6 or G2 solar storm which will result in auroras.
The last day in August 2019 and the cosmic energy and solar energy have not abated.
Solar Wind speeds are at 800 km/sec and higher:
Schumann Resonance hit 109 Hertz today:
Other cosmic reading are up today as well:
And, NASA predicts KP Index will reach level G2 solar storms by September 1, 2019:
Batten down the hatches with these increase of solar wind and cosmic storms could have an effect on Hurricane Dorian that is threatening the Eastern shore of the US.
This storm could intensify into Cat 5 due to the very high energy which is currently pounding the magnetosphere. This energy greatly influences the cosmic rays striking the earth’s core. It’s like poring petrol on an existing fire!