12/31/2020

To be completed this weekend

 Running year-end for the EMSC, USGS, and Lunar Cycle reports this weekend.


See you Next Christian New Year

Stay Safe

12/28/2020

Sunspot Activity 12-27-2020

 Current Sunspot Activity Video
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Sunspot Numbers for 2020



WORKS CITED
https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/dailymov.php
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/solar-cycle-progression
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_cycle_25


12/27/2020

INTERMAGNET Data By Region 12/27/2020

 By: Gordon Rutherford

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EMSC versus INTERMagnet Data

- ALL times are specific as LONGITUDINAL TIMEZONES



Please keep in mind, these reports are still in the DESIGN PHASE of development.  The analysis must be FINE TUNED, and only has just been built over the last 12 months, SO the reports and Regions are still evolving. 

(Some Magnetometer Stations do not perform the same as other known good one and not to mention as well as demonstrate only intermittent reliability.)

EMSC Network Analysis 12/27/2020

 By:  Gordon Rutherford

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EMSC EQ >2.5m
- all times displayed are Longitudinal Timezones, unless specified as UTC