Geomagnetic Storm & Weak Magnetosphere

Recent days, we have geomagnetic storm going on.

The K-index, and by extension the Planetary K-index, are used to characterize the magnitude of geomagnetic storms. Kp is an excellent indicator of disturbances in the Earth’s magnetic field and is used by SWPC to decide whether geomagnetic alerts and warnings need to be issued for users who are affected by these disturbances.

The principal users affected by geomagnetic storms are the electrical power grid, spacecraft operations, users of radio signals that reflect off of or pass through the ionosphere, and observers of the aurora.

Today’s weak Magnetosphere

It looks like the waves of cosmic energy keep hitting and blowing away Magnetosphere.

During Geomagnetic Storms, it is hard for Reptilians to keep their human holograms that cell phone towers are broadcasting.

Big Corona hole facing to the Earth

Big Corona Hole facing toward the Earth means more solar winds and geomagnetic storms are coming.

Last 7 days or so, we did not have very much quake activities on the Earth. But quake activities will surge again soon.

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