- Solar activity in real-time The disturbance of the magnetic field on the surface of the Earth affect all living organisms on the condition of the Earth's biosphere. Shock waves and emission of solar plasma following outbreaks greatly disturb the Earth's magnetosphere causing magnetic storms and auroras.
The consequence of such perturbations is the geomagnetic activity on the Land which reflects the following schedule.
Observations at this site have been under way since July 2013, using data received from satellites of the GOES series.
- The geomagnetic activity of the Earth Two interactive graphs are presented of geomagnetic activity on our planet in units of A-index. The first graph reflects the data every three hours, the second — average values per day. With this data, we can estimate the well-being meteodependent people and the work of many types of radio communications.
- The electrical activity of the Earth's ionosphere