FORECAST SOL: Normal green MAG: Disturbed red ION: Disturbed red
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Culgoora Observatory

H-Alpha Image

Culgoora Solar Observatory H-Alpha images are used for flare patrol of the solar chromosphere.

Please Note: This instrument was damaged in a lightning strike in January 2012 and is in the process of being replaced.

The new instrument is scheduled to come on-line by late 2015, with improved optics and higher resolution imagery.

See the Solar Help page for more information.

Culgoora H-Alpha Image

Estimated day-night location at Culgoora Solar Observatory:

Culgoora and day/night Location

X-ray flux

The current Solar X-Ray Flux from GOES satellite (US Space Weather Prediction Center) is as follows.

X-Ray Flux Value

Culgoora Solar Observatory

Culgoora Solar Observatory is located at 30.28 South, 149.58 East, near the township of Narrabri in NSW.

Weather conditions at Culgoora:

The observatory status (weekdays only, when staffed) is as follows.

(last updated 14 May 2015 23:55 UT - empty)

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