Station AJ8MH - Marquette, Michigan

The Radio Room Solar Activity and Propagation

Solar flux is a measure of the intensity of solar radiation.
A number higher than 100 indicates better propagation on 20 thru 10 meters.
Solar Flux rarely affects 160 - 30 meters.
 
The A-index provides a daily average level for geomagnetic activity described as follows:
8 "quiet"; 15 "unsettled"; 24 "active"; 35 "minor storm"; 36 upwards "major storm".
A index is a measure of how unstable the K index has been.  A low number is best (1-6).
 
K-index quantifies disturbances in the horizontal component of earth's magnetic field.
Range is from 0 (quiet) to 9 (severely disturbed).  Zero or 1 is good.  2 is marginal.



 
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Northern Hemisphere Auroral Forecast
 
Current D-Layer Absorption
 
GOES X-ray Flux 5-min data (short and long)
 
Electron Flux
 
Proton Flux
 
LASCO/C2 SOHO Real Time Movie
 
LASCO/C3 SOHO Real Time Movie
 
Sunspots
 
193 Angstrom Image
 
HMI Magnetogram
 
304 Angstrom Image
 
335 Angstrom Image
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