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GEOALERT BRU311
UGEOA 30512 01107 1206/ 9930/
12072 20072 30072
99999
PLAIN
NOTE: the above forecasts are valid from 1230UT, 07 Nov 2010 until 09 Nov 
2010
PREDICTIONS FOR 07 Nov 2010  10CM FLUX: 091 / AP: 003
PREDICTIONS FOR 08 Nov 2010  10CM FLUX: 093 / AP: 002
PREDICTIONS FOR 09 Nov 2010  10CM FLUX: 093 / AP: 002
COMMENT: Catania sunspot group 59 (NOAA AR 1121) produced an M5.4 flare

peaking at 15:36 UT yesterday. According to the STEREO/SECCHI COR2
beacon data, the associated CME is weak and unlikely to arrive to the
Earth. More flaring activity up to the M-level is expected in this
active region, with an X-class flare possible but unlikely. A
low-latitude coronal hole that is now located at the central meridian in

the northern solar hemisphere is too small to produce a significant
geomagnetic disturbance. The Earth is currently inside a slow (around
290 km/s) solar wind flow with weak (around 2 nT) interplanetary
magnetic field magnitude. We expect quiet geomagnetic conditions.

TODAY'S ESTIMATED ISN  : 021, BASED ON 02 STATIONS.
99999
UGEOI 30512 01107 1206/ 06///
10051 20891 3002/ 4//// 80103 90090
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NOTICEABLE EVENTS SUMMARY
DAY BEGIN MAX  END  LOC    XRAY OP  10CM RADIO BURST TYPES     Catania 
NOAA NOTE
06  1527  1536 1544 S19E58 M5.4 1N   100                            59 
1121                     
END

UGEOR 30512 01107 1206/ 06/06 07103
10058 2//// 3//// 4201/ 50010 60004 41237 00000
10059 2//// 3//// 4422/ 50070 60013 25518 29510
10060 2//// 3//// 4201/ 50010 60004 10714 01000
99999
USSPS 32404 06127 03022 87007 25418 21507 88003 10414 21303 
USSPS 21305 06152 02742 99001 10313 01202 98005 25418 01205 
USSPS 81202 07040 03022 98011 24420 24509 99001 40515 0/101 
UMAGF 30503 01107 0955/ 06060 1/005 20111 30110 
UMAGF 31523 01107 ///// 0600/ 1/002 20001 31112 
 
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