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Solar High Winds Drop To Earth 3 July – 4 July 2012 from 593.5 to 500.7 km per second = 92.8 kmph winds in Tropical Storms Cyclones Depressions 4-E

July 4, 2012

coronal hole 3 july 2012 solar winds hit earch july 4 – 5 2012

solar x ray flux goes climbs higher 4 july 2012 to 5 july 2012 851 pm edt

solar flares cme’s goes 15 sxi equator east and west sw limb activity 2012 07 05 00 36 00 utc

Sunspot AR1515 is 100,000 km or 8 earth diameters wide NASA SDO photo stefano de rosa turin italy 4 july 2012

solar flares AR1515 X Class geomagnetic storms CMES goes 15 sxi noaa swpc 2012 07 04 18 12 00 utc pthna

593.5 – 500.7 = 92.8
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Solar wind
speed: 500.7 km/sec
density: 0.5 protons/cm3
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Updated: Today at 1806 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: M2 1224 UT Jul04
24-hr: M5 0955 UT Jul04
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Updated: Today at: 1800 UT

Sunspot number: 136

sun spot solar flares CMEs 1515 X Class – 1517 1513 1515 1512 sun spot number 136 4 july 2012

Tropical Depression Four-E pacific ocean 4 july 2012

tropical hurricane depression four- E wed 4 july 2012 0352 am pdt to category 2 hurricane daniel by 7 july 2012

update 638 pm edt

Solar wind
speed: 492.4 km/sec
density: 0.1 protons/cm3
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Updated: Today at 2227 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: M1 1639 UT Jul04
24-hr: M5 0955 UT Jul04
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Updated: Today at: 2200 UT

update 849 pm edt 486.9 km per second

Solar wind
speed: 486.9 km/sec
density: 1.8 protons/cm3
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Updated: Today at 0037 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: M4 2209 UT Jul04
24-hr: M5 0955 UT Jul04
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Updated: Today at: 2359 UT

Sunspot number: 136
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Updated 04 Jul 2012

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