Planned SWS internal maintenance works 16 Nov 2022. Possible interruption of some data flows to this site 1130-1230 AEDT
Services derived from geomagnetic data may have limited availability during the period 07:30-09:30 UTC 2022-09-30 due to maintenance work.
Services derived from geomagnetic data may have limited availability during the period 01:00-03:00 UTC 2022-05-09 due to maintenance work.
The Space Weather Services Website and API maintenance has been completed successfully.
Access to the Space Weather Services FTP site is now available from ftp-out.sws.bom.gov.au. Access via direct IP address, is no longer possible.
The Space Weather Services Website and API will undergo maintenance during the following maintenance window.
Maintenance window: 30 March 14:00 AEDT â€“ 31 March 2022 14:00 AEDT
Users should not experience any outage, however a service interruption of up to 30 minutes may be possible during this time.
Following this maintenance access to the Space Weather Services FTP service will be from ftp-out.sws.bom.gov.au. Access via direct IP address will no longer be possible.
Possible interruptions to the geomagnetic data flow 0030-0130 UTC 9 Feb 2022 due to system maintenance.
Intermittent network outages expected between 8AM-5PM AEDT 9th Feb 2022 due to upgrades.
GAâ€™s geomagnetic observatory network interruption expected for 2 hours commencing Friday 2021-11-26T19:30 UTC
Planned SWS internal maintenance works 10 Nov 2021. Possible interruption of some data flows to this site 1130-1230 AEDT
The Advanced Stand Alone Prediction System (ASAPS) version 7.1 has been released. Some of the features found in earlier versions of ASAPS have been restored. ASAPS 7.1 is available for download from the Software Downloads page. Please report any issues to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services derived from geomagnetic data may have limited availability during the period Friday 2021-09-03T02:00 UTC to Sunday 2021-09-05T21:00 UTC.
New brochures on the potential impacts of space weather. These brochures give an overview of the potential impacts of space weather on Defence, Aviation, Energy and Resources, Space industry and the Australian community, and the mitigation measures that can be deployed.
Services derived from geomagnetic data may have limited availability during two periods: 2021-04-30T07:00Z to 2021-05-01T07:00Z (UTC) and 2021-05-02T00:00Z to 2021-05-02T08:00Z (UTC).
Website maintenance activities are currently scheduled to occur between 1400 AEST 5/5/2021 and 1400 AEST 6/5/2021. It is not expected that this work will result in an interruption of service, but, if technical issues arise, there is the possibility of an outage of up to 30 minutes duration. This work may be postponed if there is significant solar activity near the date of implementation.
Just released: a new video providing an explanation of space weather, and its impacts on vulnerable technologies.
The Bureau is forecasting a tropical low to move past Learmonth on Saturday, the Learmonth Solar Observatory will perform very limited solar patrol during the period April 9 0600UT to April 11 0400UT