April 6, 2000 Geomagnetic Storm Event

Snapshots of web pages using ACE data to monitor the April 4, 2000 CME and resulting geomagnetic storm on April 6 2000.

ACE Real-Time Solar Wind (RTSW) Data from NOAA's Space Environment Center (SEC) provides up to an hour's advance warning of unusual solar activity, such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections, which can cause geomagnetic storms.

Near-Real Time Prediction of Dst (Geo-Magnetic Storm Level) from the Space Physics Research Group at U.C. Berkeley.

Real-time plots of RTSW data, predictions of Dst index and Proton distribution in the inner magnetosphere from the CRL/Hiraiso Solar Terrestrial Research Center Space Environment Information Service, Japan.

Near-Real-time Predictions of AE, Dst and Kp, using ACE data and a neural network(Danish Meteorological Institute/Swedish Institute of Space Physics).

Near-Real Time Prediction of Dst, AL and AU indices from the Nonlinear Dynamics and Space Physics (NDSP) Group at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. A Powerpoint Presentation describing the models in more detail.

Linear Modeling of Ionospheric Electrodynamics (LiMIE) at Space Physics Research Laboratory, University of Michigan.

Researchers at the Space Research Institute in Moscow are generating geomagnetic storm and substorm warnings using ACE RTSW data.

Specification and forecasting of the electric potential pattern over the Northern Hemisphere, using real time Assimilative Mapping of Ionospheric Electrodynamics (rtAMIE) at Southwest Research Institute.

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