Latest Solar Events

A graphic representation of Solar Activities at the X-Ray Spectrum

 

Data upload software by Dimitris Chrysochou.

dchrysochou@gmail.com




3 Day Xray Graph from NOAA / SWPC GOES Satellites

Uploaded from http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/goes-x-ray-flux  for comparative purposes

 

The GOES X-ray Flux plot contains 5 minute averages of solar X-ray output in the 1-8 Angstrom (0.1-0.8 nm) and 0.5-4.0 Angstrom (0.05-0.4 nm) passbands. Data from the SWPC Primary and Secondary GOES X-ray satellites are shown. Refresh the page for the latest updates

S.I.D. Data by  GR_MNS  Solar Dynamics Observatory

SuperSID receiver courtesy of Stanford Solar Center and S.A.R.A.

GR_MNS

(AAVSO A145)

Kalamaki-Athens,  Greece

φ = 37o 54’44” N

λ = 023o 42’58” E


Timeline in UTC

Time Zone EET

UTC + 2

Night/Day/Night

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: The idea of operating a S.I.D. monitor first came to my mind about a year ago, intrigued by AAVSO solar bulletin’s SID events. Stanford and S.A.R.A. made it possible by providing the SuperSID receiver and the software.  It never occurred to me however to publish the daily data to my web site. Dimitris, a colleague and excellent developer, dropped the idea and offered to assist with his expertise. The software needed to  upload solar graphs at the top of the page are his creations.  All I can say is a big THANK U

SID Monitoring Station consisting of a SuperSID receiver, a Behringer sound card and a dedicated PC. The station runs 24/7

SID Hexagonal Antenna

1.60 meters diameter, 28 loops of 0.5mm wire