OTERIA Flare Predictor Tool 3.0

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Click on any of the colored symbols on the map to retrieve flare detection/prediction information. More information below.

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3105
Beta
3107
Beta-Gamma
3110
Beta
3111
Alpha
42
42
  • Area = 4
  • Zurich = D
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 4
  • NN = 7
47
47
  • Area = 19
  • Zurich = E
  • Penumbra = small asymmetric (a) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 4
  • NN = 25
48
48
  • Area = 19
  • Zurich = C
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 1
  • NN = 15
50
50
  • Area = 6
  • Zurich = H
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading =
  • NN = 1
51
51
  • Area = 1
  • Zurich = B
  • Penumbra = no penumbra (Zurich class A or B)
  • Leading = 1
  • NN = 2
42
42
  • Area = 4
  • Zurich = D
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 4
  • NN = 7
47
47
  • Area = 19
  • Zurich = E
  • Penumbra = small asymmetric (a) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 4
  • NN = 25
48
48
  • Area = 19
  • Zurich = C
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading = 1
  • NN = 15
50
50
  • Area = 6
  • Zurich = H
  • Penumbra = small symmetric (s) north to south diameter < 2.5
  • Leading =
  • NN = 1
51
51
  • Area = 1
  • Zurich = B
  • Penumbra = no penumbra (Zurich class A or B)
  • Leading = 1
  • NN = 2

Catania sunspot groups
2022-09-29 07:00:00
NOAA AR/sunspot
NOAA Halpha plage
NOAA expected region
2022-09-29 00:30:00

How to use?

Click on any of the colored symbols on the map to retrieve flare detection/prediction information.


What is new in Ver 3.0 (2012-12-06)


What is new in Ver 2.0 (2011-03-17)


What is new in Ver 1.1 (2010-12-14)


Acknowledgments

The SOTERIA project in general, and the present tool in particular (deliverable 5.1), thankfully acknowledge support from the EU Framework 7 Programme.
Catania sunspot group information is received from Catania Astrophysical Observatory through the ISES network
SWAP is a project of the Centre Spatial de Liege and the Royal Observatory of Belgium funded by the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO)