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SpaceWeather Monitoring Station (SWMS) DE-17129a


Welcome to SWMS DE-17129a. This is the first SWMS of the InFlaMo-Projects network stations that is hourly providing the SID monitor data. There can be days on which are no data updated or data are looking strange. Those are usually times of system maintainance.


Figure 1: Fieldstrength from VLF transmitter at Skelekton on 22.10 kHz received yesterday at SWMS DE17129a.

Figure 2: Same as Figure 1 but for today. Update once an hour.

Figure 3: Fieldstrength from VLF transmitter at Cutler in Maine / USA on 24.00 kHz received yesterday at SWMS DE17129a.

Figure 4: Same as Figure 3 but for today. Update once an hour. Please note: The transmitter site is maintained often on Mondays around noon for several hours!

Below are GOES satellite data (freely available by NOAA for reserch and education) nowcasting the solar x-ray flux measured in Earth near space environment.


Figure 5: Yesterdays solar x-ray measurements from GOES 14 Satellite.

Figure 6: Same as Figure 5. Update hourly.

Last update of this website (not the Figures) was on February 10th 2013 by michael-at-danielides.com