The scientist cited data from his colleagues at the Laboratory of Solar Astronomy of the Institute for Space Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, who monitor and publish data. constantly. about the state of the Earth’s magnetic field.
“On the first slide, the state of the Earth’s magnetosphere for the last three days: calm to unstable, on the second slide, the forecast for the next two days, and on the third slide, the medium-term forecast (up to on September 19). ), where magnetic storms are not expected either,” Leus said on his Telegram channel.