well this glancing "blow" seems about done. Protons generally reached to 14 or so. One time report of 16.9. the Bz never dropped out so there were unlikely t have been any "angel's winds" on the magnetic field simulation on NICT which remains dead for whatever reason. pressuring dropping. latest figures. Medium temperature storm.
Latest Solar Wind Values
Created: 2011 Sep 25 1918 UTC
(Based on GSM coordinates) Plasma
Total Field, B : 7.4 nT Speed, V : 335.2 km s-1
Field in x-direction, Bx : 1.2 nT Temperature, T : 70100.9 k
Field in y-direction, By : -3.8 nT Density, n : 4.4 particles cm-3Field in z-direction, Bz : 6.2 nT Pressure, P : 0.8 nPa
Latitude angle, beta : 57.3°
Angle, theta : 32.7°
Post I made in anther thread. Nicts data is taken from the ACE satellite and there has been nothing of interest until this morning. we have received that first minor glance of the edge of a CME and its done and caused little of interest. The bz only dropped for a short time. [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov
AE index [link to wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp
[link to www.n3kl.org
] so there is the evidence of the small glance too.