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:Issued: 2011 Sep 24 1210 UTC
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GEOALERT BRU267
UGEOA 30512 10924 1205/ 9930/
12242 20242 37242
99999
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NOTE: the above forecasts are valid from 1230UT, 24 Sep 2011 until 26 Sep 
2011
PREDICTIONS FOR 24 Sep 2011  10CM FLUX: 155 / AP: 005
PREDICTIONS FOR 25 Sep 2011  10CM FLUX: 155 / AP: 017
PREDICTIONS FOR 26 Sep 2011  10CM FLUX: 155 / AP: 007
COMMENT: Active region Catania 82 (NOAA AR 1302) produced an X1.9 flare

this morning with peak time 09:40 UT. This same region was responsible

for the X-flare on thursday and produced two M flares in the past hours:

an M1.6 flare peaking yesterday at 22:15 UT and an M1.9 flare around
midnight with peak time 23:56 UT. The X-flare this morning was
associated with a CME, but very few chronograph images are available at

the time of writing. Radio data from our station in Humain show Type
III's and a Type II radio burst. We can expect more flaring at C and M

level from this region, with a possibility for another X-class event.

The GOES X-ray background is at C-level. Catania 72 (NOAA AR 1295) was

producing C-flares during the past day. We expect more flares at C level

from this region, which is turning over the west limb. NOAA AR 1283,
which produced an X2.1 fare on Sept. 6, is expected to return on the
east limb.

A proton event is ongoing. The GOES curve crossed the >10MeV threshold

around midnight. We do not expect the flux level to rise significantly

anymore, unless there are new contributing events on the Sun during the

day. Geomagnetic conditions are currently quiet, but could become
unsettled to active tomorrow due to a possible glancing blow of the CME

associated with the X flare last thursday.



TODAY'S ESTIMATED ISN  : 073, BASED ON 12 STATIONS.
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UGEOI 30512 10924 1205/ 23///
10107 21582 3003/ 4//// 80005 90770
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NOTICEABLE EVENTS SUMMARY
DAY BEGIN MAX  END  LOC    XRAY OP  10CM RADIO BURST TYPES     Catania 
NOAA NOTE
23  2154  2215 2234        M1.6 SF   210 VI/1,III/1,CTM/1              
 82 1302                     
23  2348  2356 0004 N11E52 M1.9 SF   220 III/3,II/3                    
 82 1302                     
END

UGEOR 30512 10924 1205/ 23/07 24105
10072 2//// 3//// 4522/ 50240 60014 46423 17000
10074 2//// 3//// 410// 50010 60002 44725 03000
10080 2//// 3//// 4522/ 50130 60023 12320 00000
10081 2//// 3//// 410// 50010 60001 20215 00000
10082 2//// 3//// 4642/ 50380 60017 17013 29500
99999
USSPS 32404 23067 07232 76044 46524 37510 78000 44726 0/101 84008 
12220 21611 85064 16613 51610 
USSPS 21305 23174 05732 89073 47124 57506 97010 11820 37413 98098 
16514 57508 
USSPS 81202 24025 06532 75009 11218 21416 76130 16012 47512 68050 
47026 27507 
UMAGF 30503 10924 1004/ 23060 1/005 21111 30100 
UMAGF 31523 10924 ///// 2300/ 1/003 21111 31101 
 
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