Propagation, Solar & Space Weather

Revised 2022-07-08

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Angry sunSpace weather and solar disturbances impacts the ionosphere, affecting radio wave transmission (propagation).

  1. Solar Data: Current (graphics)
  2. Global Ionosphere Radio Observatory
    1. Propagation | KC2G
  3. Gray Line (Sunrise‒Sunset Terminator)
    1. Day & Night World Map
    2. Fourmilab Earth View
    3. Gray Line Map
  4. latest aia_211 imageHelioviewer
  5. International_Geophysical_Year: 1957-1958
    1. The Great Magnetic Storm of February 1958
    2. Solar Activity in 1957
  6. International Space Environment Service
  7. ITU Radiowave Propagation Publications
  8. NASA's ICON | Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ionosphere study New
  9. NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
    1. Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) Real Time Wind
    2. Geophysical Alert WWV/NBS Message (latest)
    3. GOES X-ray Flux
    4. Last 30 Days Daily Solar Data
    5. Aurora—30-Minute Forecast
    6. Radio Communications Dashboard
    7. Solar Cycle Progression (interactive)
    8. Space Weather Enthusiasts Dashboard
  10. Propagation Predictions
  11. Reflected Tsunamis and Space Weather
  12. Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO)
  13. Solar Flares and Disturbances for Radio Propagation
  14. Solar Ham (by VE3EN)
  15. Solar Monitor (NASA, one-stop)
  16. Solar Resource Page (by WM7D)
  17. Solar Influences Data Center
  18. Space Weather Canada
    1. Geomagnetic Effects on Radio Propagation
  19. Space Weather Services (Australia)
    1. Hourly Area Prediction Charts
    2. Large Monthly Sunspot Numbers
    3. What is the Sunspot Number?
  20. Spaceweather
    1. The Great Geomagnetic Storm of May 1921
    2. Starfish Prime: The First Accidental Geomagnetic Storm New
  21. Stereo
  22. Tromsø Geophysical Observatory
  23. Useable HF Frequencies
  24. VOACAP (Voice of America Coverage Analysis Program)

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