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Weekly Space Weather Summary Analysis for June 19 - 25, 2013

## Message Type: Weekly Space Weather Summary Analysis for June 19 - June 25, 2013
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-26T23:05:00Z
## Report Coverage Begin Date: 2013-06-19T00:00:00Z
## Report Coverage End Date: 2013-06-25T23:59:59Z
## Message ID: 20130626-7D-001

## Summary:

O-Type Solar Eruption Has a Slight Chance of Impacting Earth

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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-28T19:23:00Z
## Message ID: 20130628-AL-001

##Summary:

O-type CME detected by STEREO-A COR2 / STEREO-B COR2 / SOHO LASCO C3.

Start time of the event: 2013-06-28T01:54Z.

Estimated speed: ~1200 km/s.

Estimated opening half-angle: 41 deg.

Direction (lon./lat.): 35/-39 in Heliocentric Earth Ecliptic coordinates.

Significantly elevated energetic electron fluxes in the Earth's outer radiation belt



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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-24T16:06:00Z
## Message ID: 20130624-AL-001

## Summary:

Significantly elevated energetic electron fluxes in the Earth's outer radiation belt. GOES 13 "greater than 0.8 MeV" integral electron flux is above 10^5 pfu starting at 2012-06-24T15:40Z.

Solar energetic particle event detected by GOES



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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-23T20:30:00Z
## Message ID: 20130623-AL-001

## Summary:

Solar energetic particle event detected by GOES. The flux of > 10 MeV protons exceeds 10 pfu starting at 2013-06-23T20:10Z.

R-type (Rare) Solar Eruption Observed, May Pass By Messenger, STEREO B, Spitzer and Earth

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Solar Energetic Particle Event Detected by STEREO B

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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-21T12:37:00Z
## Message ID: 20130621-AL-001

## Summary:

Solar energetic particle event detected by STEREO B. The flux of 13-100 MeV protons exceeds 10^(-1) pfu/MeV starting at 2013-06-21T06:09Z.

The spacecraft at the orbits STEREO B and Spitzer can be impacted.

Activity ID: 2013-06-21T06:09:00-SEP-001.

## Notes:

Weekly Space Weather Analysis for June 12-18, 2013

## Message Type: Weekly Space Weather Summary Analysis for June 12-18, 2013
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-20T02:30:00Z
## Report Coverage Begin Date: 2013-06-12T00:00:00Z
## Report Coverage End Date: 2013-06-18T23:59:59Z
## Message ID: 20130619-7D-001

## Summary:

Solar activity was at low to moderate levels during the reporting period. No M-class flares were observed during the reporting period. Five C-type CMEs and two O-type CMEs were observed during the reporting period.

O-type solar eruption detected by STEREO A and B

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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-12T19:40:00Z
## Message ID: 20130612-AL-001

## Summary:

O-type CME detected by STEREO-A COR2 and STEREO-B COR2.

Start time of the event: 2013-06-11T18:39Z.

Estimated speed: ~1232 km/s.

Estimated opening half-angle: 43 deg.

Weekly Space Weather Summary Analysis for June 5-11, 2013

## Message Type: Weekly Space Weather Summary Analysis for June 5-11, 2013
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-12T18:40:00Z
## Report Coverage Begin Date: 2013-05-05T00:00:00Z
## Report Coverage End Date: 2013-06-11T23:59:59Z
## Message ID: 20130612-7D-001

## Summary:

Solar activity was at moderate to low levels during this reporting period. There were two M-class flares (one of them M5.9 class, see alert 20130607-AL-001) and four C-type CMEs.

M5.9 Class Flare Detected by GOES

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## NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Research Center ( SWRC )
## Message Type: Space Weather Notification - Flare
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## Message Issue Date: 2013-06-07T22:56:00Z
## Message ID: 20130607-AL-002

## Summary:

Significant flare detected by GOES.

Flare start time: 2013-06-07T22:32Z.

Flare peak time: 2013-06-07T22:49Z.

Flare intensity: M5.9 class.

Source region: S28W85 (Active Region 1762).

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