PROPAGATION
eHam
RSGB Propagation Committee
NA5N/GQRP Propagation [PDF]
Hfradio.org
DXLC
Grey Line
Propagation Modes
Propagation Notes IPS (PDF)
Propagation Notes AE4TM
Propagation Notes AE4RV
RBN  DXWatch  DXForMe
PSK  DXMaps  DXHeat
REAL TIME IONOSPHERE
SuperDARN radar measurements
JPLTEC map total electron content
Auroral RT CSSDP
TIMED MLTI
CAPS    Spacewx.com  
CAPS/Earth Space 4D
SONDES
UMLCAR world wide
NGDC dynasondes
PROPAGATION - WEB BASED
VOACAP Point-to-point Area
PROPAGATION SOFTWARE
Miniprop (W6EL) 
ICECAP / ICEAREA / VOACAP / VOAAREA (son of IONCAP) the professional predictor
Guide to using VOACAP very good
HamCap – graphical interface for VOACAP  SSN file to 2018 NEW
VOAProp – graphical interface for VOACAP  SSN file to 2018 NEW
WinCap Wizard – graphical interface for VOACAP
Plot Solar Data
ASAPS
PROPLAB-PRO
Space Weather
DX Toolbox
PropView  DXView
JHelioviewer
OTHER SOFTWARE
DXAtlas
DXMonitor
BEACONS
International Beacons
BeaconSee analysis tool
OTHER SOLAR INFORMATION
Solar Rotation – more complex than you’d think
More about the forecasts
How can SOHO all of the time?
N'tl Solar Obervatory (USA)
Glossary
Space Weather (AGU)
PAST MISSIONS
Ulysses 
POES 1 and 2   
BARREL 2009-2015 
CURRENT MISSIONS
SOHO (L1)
Mission
Payload
Instruments
(Wikipedia)
What’s a CCD Bakeout?  Schedule
DSCOVR - testing at L1 point
GOES Where is GOES 15? 13?
ACE (L1)  Real Time Shocks
WIND (L1)
STEREO - NASA Where are they? 
STEREO - APL
STEREO - Rutherford
STEREO - Goddard  STEREO RSS News
COSMIC Where are they?  
THEMIS Where are they? 
SDO Where is it? Due for launch in 2010-01
VAP Launched 2012-08-30   IRIS 
Neutron Monitors 
LAUNCH SCHEDULES
NASA
Ariane
FUTURE  MISSIONS 

LWS - Living with a star

Solar Probe Plus (July 2018)
Solar Orbiter (Oct 2018)
SET Sept 2016 
 
OTHER SITES 
F5LEN - trs bien
SolarCycle24 - now solarham
DX-World 
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N3KL Derived: Geomagnetic status from NOAA Solar X-ray status from NOAA

Local Data: K-Index Released Released Under testing - scaling Coming Soon
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iSWA - Integrated Spaceweather Analysis system  Current

Other Propagation Data
Radio Blackouts (R)
Solar Radiation Storms (S)
Geomagnetic Storms (G)

Quick look data

DXCC Entities Active DXCC Activity
This shows, no matter what, about 200 different entities are available every week

ACE Magnetic Field data 7d 3d 24h 6h 2h
Combined data   F:90 A:10 K:1 SSN:57   2016-05-04 21:00:03Z
ACE RTSW MAG 6 hour graph
Solen SFI, A & SSN SWPC Solar Cycle

Propadex - a propagation index Divide the number shown here by 100 to calculate the number of MHz that MUF is up or down compared to the last 60 days at the current time. Raw data can be found here for Wallops Island ionosonde.





Recent SF, A and SSN   
F5LEN solar forecast
X-ray plot (1min/3d) and X-ray plot (1min/6h)
Kp Index Plot(3h/3d)
Space Weather Now (NWS)
eSSN (24hrs)
Space Weather
Space Weather Canada  Penticton Solar Flux
Sun Nearside & FARSIDE images: 1 | 2 | 3   (SOHO/MDI, SOHO/SWAN, SOHO/SWAN)
Latest SOHO images
Forecast based on current data*
Active Region Monitor
STORM Ionospheric correction factors
Coronal Mass Ejection movie**
WARNINGS currently in effect
Current D layer Absorption
Real Time MUF
VRML (3D) view of Coronal fields* (VRML viewer required)
Mount Wilson Sunspot Count  note this is drawn "backwards"
DXRobot (GoodDX)
The Lookers Blog
DXAnywhere Figures
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Cycle 24 predictions: (I) (II) (III) 

Magnetic field reversal now complete, the cycle has completed and should now be heading towards Cycle 25!


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Flares & Coronal Holes
EIT Extreme UV195
Fe XI, 1.5MK

Flares & Coronal Holes
EIT Extreme UV 284
Fe XV, 2MK

Flares & Coronal Holes. Click here for news.
SXI Soft X-ray 6~60
4MK

Nancay
0.9m

Not Real Time

Nancay
1.8m

Not Real Time

Flares & Coronal Holes
EIT Extreme UV 171
Fe IX/X, 1MK

These real-time images follow around the above graphic, except that:

EIT 284 is an additional image

VHF/UHF images are not taken in real-time




Handy Electromagnetic Spectrum Calculator

Flares & Coronal Holes
EIT Extreme UV 304
He II, 20kK~100kK

Flares & Coronal Holes
Nobeyama 1.7cm (17GHz)

Flares & Coronal Holes

Meudon Hα 6563

GOES X-ray flux - 5 minutes GOES X-ray flux - 1 minute
GOES-15/13 X-ray Flux (5 minutes) GOES-15/13 X-ray Flux (1 minute)

GOES Electron flux - 5 minutes GOES Proton flux - 5 minutes
GOES-13 & 15 Electron Flux (5 minutes) GOES-13 Proton Flux (5 minutes)

Kp index - 3 Hour Combined - 1 minute
K Index (3 hours) Combined (1 minute)
GOES Magnetometers - 1 minute Magnetometer - 1 minute
GOES-13 and 15 Magnetometers (1 minute) Boulder Magnetometer (1 minute)

 NAA 24kHz signal - use for flare detection

 


 POES data and OVATION Aurora Prediction

3 day North Pole 3 day South Pole
North Pole - 3 day
South Pole - 3 day

North Pole forecast - 30 minutes
South Pole forecast - 30 minutes
Both SOHO and ACE are located at the L1 point between the Earth and Sun. This is about 1.5m km from Earth (or 932,000 miles).

From this vantage point Solar wind data can be detected about 45 to 60 minutes before reaching Earth.

Earthside - Raben Systems Farside - Raben Systems
Front Side Far Side

Key to solar history above

SDO - Soft X-ray image


Server is down Server is down
SDO (straight-on view) [193] (SoHO 195) STEREO-A - to the East (looking around back of Sun)
Browse Latest Images STEREO B is of most interest to us B: Separation angle with Earth 150.78° = 11.73 days = 281.45 hours
A: Separation angle with Earth 159.5° = 12.41 days = 297.74 hours

STEREO - receiving the data.
Between April and June 2015 the datalink didn't reach the Earth. Why? The angle B-Earth is gradually increasing, at the rate of about 0.3 degrees per month. When this gets too large, the signals had to graze the Sun to reach Earth. If the satellites survive ecllipse and the increasing solar activity, then they will remain extraordinary solar sentinals. Antenna pointing is restricted, so signal recovery may be marginal.
STEREO-B pointing has failed and may not be recovered.
-90/+90 coverage was achieved in February 2011. With SDO/SoHO that should ensure 360 coverage until 2019 - or until instrument/probe failure or de-funding occurs.
 Server is down

    

SOHO Magnetogram - server down SOHO MDI - Sunspot indications - server down
SDO Magnetogram SDO MDI - Sunspot indications
How magnetism varies cycle-to-cycle: NORTH=WHITE, SOUTH=BLACK. [polarity is read from left to right]
Cycle 23 (May 1996): In the sun's northern hemisphere, all spots were S-N. In the southern hemisphere, all spots were N-S. 
Cycle 24 (Jan 2008): Northern sunspots are N-S while southern sunspots are S-N. 
This reversal occurs each time one cycle gives way to the next. It is called Hale's Law.

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spaceweather.com, NW Research Associates, NOAA/SWPC (Space Weather Prediction Center), Lockheed Martin (Solar & Astrophysics Laboratory)
Raben Systems, Inc., n2yo.com, Deep Space Network and the hundreds of ground support team personnel involved in these projects.