Coronal

Coronal Holes

This is a collation of available information plus a tentative look at what might be coming up . . . .  just for 'self-training' by PARC Members

State Easy ref Coronal hole no. Average rotation (days) Location Earth facing position date interval Geomagnetic disturbance
date interval
Kp range Max solar wind speed (km/s)
From To From To
Observed A CH776 25 southern 01/12/16
06/12/16
1 – 3 355
Observed B CH777 28 trans equatorial 05/12/16 09/12/16 07/12/16 12/12/16 3 – 5 714
Observed C CH778 26 trans equatorial 12/12/16
none
 
Observed D CH779 26 northern 15/12/16 17/12/16 17/12/16 18/12/16 2 – 3 432
Observed E CH780 28 trans equatorial 17/12/16 22/12/16 21/12/16 27/12/16 3 – 6 730
Observed A CH781 25 trans equatorial 27/12/16 29/12/16 31/12/16 02/01/17 3 – 4 557
Observed B CH782 28 trans equatorial 01/01/17 03/01/17 04/01/17 09/01/17 3 – 4 753
Observed F CH783 28 trans equatorial 31/12/16
03/01/17
3 529
Observed C CH784 26 trans equatorial 07/01/17 09/01/17 none no inf no inf
Observed D CH785 26 northern 11/01/17 12/01/17 none, too far to the north no inf no inf
Observed E CH786 28 trans equatorial 16/01/17 19/01/17 18/01/17 22/01/17 3 – 4 583
Observed A CH787 26 trans equatorial 23/01/17 25/01/17 26/01/17 29/01/17 3 – 4 642
Observed B CH788 27 trans equatorial 28/01/17 31/01/17 31/01/17 03/02/17 3 – 5 747
Observed C CH789 25 trans equatorial 03/02/17 04/02/17 03/02/17 04/02/17 no inf no inf



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