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current dashboard

Maj. EQ risk | gsn CME/flow | enl | las Sol-wind kms / mph radiation sunspot: sga|sm|so meteors
eq / 24-hr x-ray | t | y dscvr Sol-wind temp. radio: FLX | BRS | SWP Electrons>=2MeV asteroids ±30-days
volcanos / 24-hr uk/usa uv mag-field geomag protons>=50MeV hurricane j | n | t
Sun/Moon separation tidal-variation sun-Earth dist Δ (mi) moon-Earth dist Δ (mi) total ga (Newtons) ga Δ(Newtons)
moon orbit solar ra sol. dec | rise / fall lunar ra lun. dec | rise / fall eam activity

news

N/A: TD 28W formed in west Pacific. Initial models indicate SW Japan is likely point for landfall.

SkyNews: Le Pen attacks 'crazy' order to have psychiatric tests

VeteransToday: Russian General Urges Moscow to Shoot Down Israeli Fighter Jets

PressTV: Trump authorizes launching 'offensive' against enemy hackers: Bolton

ConsortiumNews: Hold the Front Page: The Reporters are Missing

ScienceAlert: China's Chilling 'Social Credit System' Is Straight Out of Dystopian Sci-Fi, And It's Already Switched On

SANA.SY: Russian Foreign Ministry: Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization is supplying armed groups in Syria with chemical weapons, including sarin gas

TASS: Russia creates powdered Ebola vaccine for convenient transportation

Twitter/Open-Source: It is possible the RAF QRA warplanes scrambled have intercepted a very large group of Russian Air Force bombers consisting of 3 Tu-95 strategic bombers, 3 Tu-160 heavy bombers and 2 IL-78 aerial refuelling planes over the North Sea near UK‼️

TWitter/Open-Source: Вылет 3 Ту-160 с авиабазы Энгельс, 3 Ту-95 с авиабазы Рязань, 2 танкеров Ил-78 с авиабазы Рязань в район Норвежского моря #RuaF


weather

europe

Source: sat24

SAT24 Euro Weather Sat Image

west pacific & indian ocean regions

Source: jtwc

JTWC Summary

atlantic (goes-east) ir

Source: noaa

GOES EAST IR

eastern pacific (goes-west) ir

Source noaa

GOES WEST IR

atlantic mslp chart

Source: opc

OPC ATL MSLP

pacific mslp chart

Source: opc

OPC PAC MSLP

solar imagery

Source: nasa | original data reprocessed with ffmpeg

sdo Å193

lasco c2

lasco c3


solar synoptic map

Source: noaa swpc | See: nasa sdo 193

SOLAR SYNOPTIC MAP IMAGE


space weather

See "Space Weather: storms from the Sun" (noaa) for information regarding space weather.

current conditions summary

Source: noaa swpc

SPWX OVERVIEW IMAGE

electron flux

Source: noaa swpc

SPWX ELECTRON FLUX IMAGE

aurora north & south hemisphere

AURORA NORTH AURORA SOUTH

notifications timeline

Source: noaa swpc

NOTIFICATIONS TIMELINE

solar wind

Source: noaa swpc

ACE SOLAR WIND

3-day forecast

sga report

srs

today's events


earthquake stats

yesterday's M4+ earthquakes

Source: emsc-scem

Date Time UTC Latitude Longitude Depth Magnitude Location
2018-09-20 05:47:37 -8.96 158.25 10 5.5 SOLOMON ISLANDS
2018-09-20 09:21:18 14.71 -93.78 10 5.4 OFF COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
2018-09-20 07:05:26 -6.5 152.7 10 5.4 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
2018-09-20 04:55:36 17 145.61 256 5.4 ALAMAGAN REG, N. MARIANA ISLANDS
2018-09-20 14:04:37 -34.74 -16.16 10 5.1 SOUTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
2018-09-20 06:45:01 -8.9 158.3 10 5.1 SOLOMON ISLANDS
2018-09-20 02:36:42 4.44 127.83 141 5.1 KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA
2018-09-20 06:13:58 -9.04 158.21 10 4.9 SOLOMON ISLANDS
2018-09-20 08:03:30 9.45 -85.81 24 4.8 OFF COAST OF COSTA RICA
2018-09-20 15:23:36 -7.74 154.63 10 4.7 BOUGAINVILLE REGION, P.N.G.
2018-09-20 13:44:20 -34.28 -179.02 10 4.7 SOUTH OF KERMADEC ISLANDS
2018-09-20 08:08:06 39.86 143.44 10 4.7 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

year so far

2018 ENERGY 2018 M5 PLUS

preceding month

These two charts include lunar distance change (miles/24-hr) data.

PRECEDING MONTH ENERGY PREVIOUS 7-DAYS ACTIVITY

preceding week

PREVIOUS 7-DAYS ENERGY PREVIOUS 7-DAYS QUAKES

yesterday's timeline

YESTERDAY BY ENERGY YESTERDAY BY ACTIVITY

today's timeline

TODAY ENERGY BY HOUR TODAY ACTIVITY BY HOUR

preceding 24-48 hours

YESTERDAY'S M3+ ENERGY YESTERDAY'S M3+ ACTIVITY

north vs. south hemisphere

YESTERDAY'S M3+ ENERGY TODAY'S M3+ ENERGY

yesterday's active/va-producing volcanoes

Data: bom.gov.au

dtg vaac volcano lat/long location av code remark
20180920/2140Z BUENOS AIRES SABANCAYA S1547 W07150 PERU NOT GIVEN INTERMITTENT PUFFS
20180920/2300Z DARWIN DUKONO N0141 E12753 INDONESIA ORANGE CONTINUOUS VA EMISSION TO FL060
20180920/0700Z DARWIN KRAKATAU S0606 E10525 INDONESIA ORANGE CONTINUOUS VA EMISSION TO FL060
20180920/0155Z DARWIN SEMERU S0806 E11255 INDONESIA ORANGE POSSIBLE STEAM/VA ERUPTION TO FL130 LAST OBS AT 19/0130Z
20180920/2324Z TOKYO SAKURAJIMA N3136 E13039 JAPAN NIL EXPLODED AT 20180920/2313Z OVER FL070 EXTD E
20180920/2220Z TOKYO SARYCHEV PEAK N4806 E15312 KURIL ISLANDS NIL VA AT 20180920/2040Z  VA CLD UNKNOWN EXTD NE
20180920/2025Z TOKYO EBEKO N5041 E15601 KURIL ISLANDS NIL ERUPTION AT 20180920/2006Z FL120 EXTD E REPORTED
20180920/2352Z WASHINGTON POPOCATEPETL N1901 W09837 MEXICO N/A ONGOING VA EMS
20180920/2218Z WASHINGTON RUIZ N0453 W07519 COLOMBIA N/A ONGOING VA EMS
20180920/1833Z WASHINGTON FUEGO N1428 W09052 GUATEMALA N/A PREVIOUS VA EMS HAS DISP
20180920/1746Z WASHINGTON REVENTADOR S0005 W07739 ECUADOR N/A VA EM NOT OBSD
20180920/1400Z WASHINGTON SANGAY S0200 W07820 ECUADOR N/A VA EM NOT OBSD

gravitational load information

today's scale & angular diagram

ASTRO GRAV-LOAD GRAPH

 

CURRENT GRAVITATIONAL LOAD 2018 SUN / MOON COMBINED GA

lunar phases

Source: usno aa

New Moon First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter
-- --2018 Sep 25 02:522018 Oct 02 09:45
2018 Oct 09 03:472018 Oct 16 18:022018 Oct 24 16:452018 Oct 31 16:40
2018 Nov 07 16:022018 Nov 15 14:542018 Nov 23 05:392018 Nov 30 00:19
2018 Dec 07 07:202018 Dec 15 11:492018 Dec 22 17:492018 Dec 29 09:34
2019 Jan 06 01:282019 Jan 14 06:452019 Jan 21 05:162019 Jan 27 21:10
2019 Feb 04 21:042019 Feb 12 22:262019 Feb 19 15:532019 Feb 26 11:28
2019 Mar 06 16:042019 Mar 14 10:272019 Mar 21 01:432019 Mar 28 04:10
2019 Apr 05 08:502019 Apr 12 19:062019 Apr 19 11:122019 Apr 26 22:18
2019 May 04 22:452019 May 12 01:122019 May 18 21:112019 May 26 16:34
2019 Jun 03 10:022019 Jun 10 05:592019 Jun 17 08:312019 Jun 25 09:46
2019 Jul 02 19:162019 Jul 09 10:552019 Jul 16 21:382019 Jul 25 01:18
2019 Aug 01 03:122019 Aug 07 17:312019 Aug 15 12:292019 Aug 23 14:56
2019 Aug 30 10:37------

±14-days lunar distance

LUNAR 14 LUNAR 14 Distance + Delta

distances

SOLAR DISTANCE GRAPH LUNAR DISTANCE GRAPH

neo asteroids

current list | Constraints: ≤5ld & ±30-days

Source: nasa (cneos) / jpl

Total: 44 (-1,+1) | Late detections: 19 (43.2%)

legend

grey indicates close-approach already occurred
green indicates new addition to table
yellow backround indicates close-approach ≤1ld
red indicates close-approach ≤ 100,000 miles (surface)

main table

  • cada = close-approach date
  • cadi = close-approach distance: (ld vs. au)
  • nom = nominal (expected)
  • min = minimum
  • vrel = velocity relative to Earth at close-approach (km/s)
  • vinf = velocity relative to a massless Earth at close-approach (km/s)
  • h = absolute magnitude (indication of size; smaller "H" implies larger asteroid)
  • alt = altitude from Earth surface in miles
  • "Late detection" = discovery after, or on same day as, close-approach
object cada cadi.nom cadi.min v.rel v.inf h est'd diam. alt late detection?
(2018 QS1) 2018-Aug-24 09:51 ± < 00:01 1.17 | 0.00300 1.16 | 0.00298 13.52 13.46 27.5 8.2m-18m 274,904  
(1998 SD9) 2018-Aug-29 07:27 ± < 00:01 4.22 | 0.01083 4.22 | 0.01083 10.70 10.68 24.2 38m-86m 1,002,748  
(2018 RA) 2018-Sep-01 09:17 ± < 00:01 3.03 | 0.00779 3.03 | 0.00778 6.92 6.87 26.7 12m-27m 720,163
(2018 RR1) 2018-Sep-03 22:01 ± 00:01 0.94 | 0.00243 0.94 | 0.00242 4.60 4.35 29.8 2.9m-6.4m 221,920
(2018 RO1) 2018-Sep-04 14:04 ± < 00:01 4.23 | 0.01087 4.21 | 0.01083 11.07 11.05 26.9 11m-24m 1,006,467
(2018 RD6) 2018-Sep-04 20:18 ± 00:13 4.83 | 0.01241 4.70 | 0.01209 9.08 9.06 27.8 7.2m-16m 1,149,618
(2018 RH3) 2018-Sep-05 09:14 ± 1.90 | 00:08 1.90 | 0.00488 1.89 | 0.00486 8.45 8.39 26.0 17m-38m 449,661
(2018 RP) 2018-Sep-05 11:26 ± < 00:01 3.76 | 0.00967 3.74 | 0.00961 14.17 14.15 26.2 16m-35m 894,920
(2018 RB2) 2018-Sep-05 15:37 ± < 00:01 1.47 | 0.00379 1.47 | 0.00378 9.22 9.14 27.3 9.4m-21m 348,339
(2018 RS) 2018-Sep-05 17:21 ± 00:01 0.28 | 0.00071 0.27 | 0.00071 17.07 16.85 29.5 3.4m-7.6m 62,036
(2018 RE2) 2018-Sep-06 10:06 ± < 00:01 0.99 | 0.00255 0.99 | 0.00254 8.73 8.61 28.5 5.4m-12m 233,074
(2018 RR) 2018-Sep-06 11:29 ± < 00:01 1.99 | 0.00511 1.98 | 0.00509 8.96 8.91 27.5 8.3m-19m 471,041
(2018 RJ3) 2018-Sep-07 21:42 ± 00:01 0.44 | 0.00112 0.43 | 0.00112 8.39 8.10 27.8 7.2m-16m 100,147
(2018 RF3) 2018-Sep-07 22:08 ± < 00:01 1.99 | 0.00512 1.99 | 0.00511 9.89 9.83 26.9 11m-24m 471,971
(2018 RW) 2018-Sep-08 05:18 ± < 00:01 0.44 | 0.00114 0.44 | 0.00114 6.25 5.87 30.2 2.4m-5.4m 102,007  
(2018 RY3) 2018-Sep-08 10:58 ± < 00:01 4.40 | 0.01130 4.38 | 0.01126 19.70 19.69 25.3 24m-53m 1,046,438
(2018 RC) 2018-Sep-09 12:06 ± 00:08 0.58 | 0.00150 0.58 | 0.00150 5.33 4.99 24.6 32m-71m 135,471  
(2018 RD4) 2018-Sep-09 14:14 ± < 00:01 2.28 | 0.00585 2.28 | 0.00585 6.03 5.95 28.4 5.7m-13m 539,828
(2018 RF2) 2018-Sep-10 08:58 ± < 00:01 4.01 | 0.01031 4.00 | 0.01029 10.88 10.85 27.8 7.2m-16m 954,411  
(2018 RA1) 2018-Sep-10 23:47 ± < 00:01 2.40 | 0.00617 2.39 | 0.00615 10.07 10.03 26.5 13m-30m 569,574  
(2018 RP5) 2018-Sep-11 14:06 ± < 00:01 4.33 | 0.01112 4.31 | 0.01107 13.65 13.63 26.2 15m-34m 1,029,705
(2018 RB1) 2018-Sep-11 14:20 ± 00:02 2.45 | 0.00630 2.44 | 0.00628 8.13 8.08 27.6 8.0m-18m 581,658  
(2018 RD5) 2018-Sep-12 02:42 ± < 00:01 4.39 | 0.01127 4.38 | 0.01124 6.45 6.42 25.9 18m-40m 1,043,649  
(2018 RT5) 2018-Sep-12 03:58 ± < 00:01 1.64 | 0.00420 1.63 | 0.00420 9.28 9.22 25.9 18m-39m 1,043,649  
(2018 RR4) 2018-Sep-12 12:59 ± < 00:01 3.22 | 0.00827 3.21 | 0.00825 8.87 8.83 27.1 10m-23m 764,781  
(2018 RY5) 2018-Sep-12 17:12 ± < 00:01 0.47 | 0.00120 0.47 | 0.00120 23.73 23.63 26.4 14m-31m 107,584
(2018 RZ5) 2018-Sep-12 20:08 ± < 00:01 0.13 | 0.00033 0.13 | 0.00033 20.23 19.83 29.7 3.1m-6.8m 26,712
(2018 RA6) 2018-Sep-12 23:10 ± < 00:01 4.71 | 0.01211 4.67 | 0.01201 13.04 13.02 25.4 22m-49m 1,121,732  
(2018 RE3) 2018-Sep-13 12:48 ± 00:04 1.84 | 0.00472 1.83 | 0.00469 10.25 10.19 27.2 9.6m-21m 434,788  
(2018 RE8) 2018-Sep-13 23:23 ± < 00:01 1.23 | 0.00315 1.22 | 0.00314 10.11 10.03 27.0 10m-23m 288,848
(2018 RE5) 2018-Sep-15 03:44 ± 00:01 1.48 | 0.00379 1.46 | 0.00376 15.34 15.29 27.4 8.9m-20m 348,339  
(2018 SM) 2018-Sep-15 22:29 ± < 00:01 0.11 | 0.00028 0.11 | 0.00028 11.08 10.20 29.4 3.5m-7.9m 22,065  
(2018 RB6) 2018-Sep-16 04:59 ± < 00:01 1.52 | 0.00389 1.51 | 0.00388 13.55 13.50 25.7 19m-43m 357,635  
(2018 RN7) 2018-Sep-16 18:18 ± < 00:01 2.03 | 0.00521 2.02 | 0.00520 18.48 18.46 27.5 8.6m-19m 480,337  
(2018 RG5) 2018-Sep-16 18:28 ± 00:02 4.49 | 0.01154 4.47 | 0.01148 8.29 8.26 27.0 11m-24m 1,068,747  
(2018 RG8) 2018-Sep-16 22:45 ± < 00:01 3.54 | 0.00910 3.53 | 0.00908 6.99 6.95 26.8 11m-26m 841,935  
(2018 RM7) 2018-Sep-17 05:17 ± < 00:01 2.78 | 0.00714 2.77 | 0.00711 17.38 17.36 28.1 6.3m-14m 659,741  
(2018 RK6) 2018-Sep-17 10:35 ± < 00:01 2.41 | 0.00620 2.41 | 0.00619 6.36 6.29 28.1 6.2m-14m 572,363  
(2018 SC1) 2018-Sep-18 03:33 ± < 00:01 4.05 | 0.01041 4.03 | 0.01036 7.99 7.96 27.8 7.4m-17m 963,707
(2018 SJ1) 2018-Sep-18 12:31 ± < 00:01 1.66 | 0.00426 1.66 | 0.00425 15.33 15.29 25.0 27m-59m 392,029  
(2018 SC) 2018-Sep-18 14:46 ± < 00:01 0.70 | 0.00180 0.70 | 0.00179 14.03 13.92 27.9 6.9m-15m 163,357  
(2018 RF8) 2018-Sep-19 05:38 ± 00:01 1.37 | 0.00352 1.36 | 0.00350 15.80 15.75 25.7 19m-42m 323,241  
(2018 RQ1) 2018-Sep-24 22:47 ± 01:55 4.06 | 0.01043 3.99 | 0.01025 3.09 3.01 24.2 39m-88m 965,566  
(2014 US7) 2018-Oct-17 16:05 ± 03:06 3.14 | 0.00808 2.66 | 0.00684 8.69 8.65 26.4 14m-31m 747,120  

nasa periods

See Wikipedia article on provisional designation.

A B C D E F G H J K L M
Jan 1–15 Jan 16-31 Feb 1-15 Feb 16-29 Mar 1-15 Mar 16-31 Apr 1-15 Apr 16-30 May 1-15 May 16-31 Jun 1-15 Jun 16-30
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y
Jul 1-15 Jul 16-31 Aug 1-15 Aug 15-31 Sep 1-15 Sep 16-31 Oct 1-15 Oct 16-31 Nov 1-15 Nov 16-30 Dec 1-15 Dec 16-31

discovery sequence

See Wikipedia article on provisional designation.

Note: The cycles-used number, where needed, appends discovery period and then discovery sequence, in subscript form. e.g. xx19

A B C D E F G H J K L M
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

2018 discovery statistics

2018 <0.2AU DISCOVERIES 2018 <10LD DISCOVERIES
2018 <1LD DISCOVERIES 2018 <100K-MILES DISCOVERIES

official cumulative discovery stats

Source: nasa/jpl

NASA NEO DISCOVERY GRAPH

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