2020 LYRA Flare List
- This list uses the "G14" and "G15" X-ray entries from the
"Edited Events" lists
of the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center.
- The purpose of the list is to get an overview of the flares that LYRA observes
and relate them to class, begin, max, etc. according to GOES.
- In the daily images (follow links below), the flares are marked at the top of the
LYRA Zr-channel curve, with event number and class corresponding to their temporal "begin".
- Images of intervals around each flare (1h before, 2h after) are linked to a list
below this curve (follow event links), given that LYRA was observing during this interval.
- In the flare images, event number and class are again marked at the top,
corresponding to their "begin", while the GOES maximum is marked with a short vertical
line. These images contain all four LYRA channels, plus one GOES channel.
- From November to January, PROBA2 experiences "eclipse season".
For several minutes during each orbit, the solar disk is occulted by
the Earth, and the observed irradiances decrease to dark-current levels -
thus LYRA flares may be (partially) hidden.
- Additional information can be found at the
LYRA daily quicklook page
or on the
LYRA 3day quicklook page.
Text: GOES flares since LYRA First Light 06 Jan 2010
Text: Daily flare statistics since LYRA First Light 06 Jan 2010
Wed 01 Thu 02 Fri 03 Sat 04 Sun 05
Mon 06 Tue 07 Wed 08 Thu 09 Fri 10 Sat 11 Sun 12
Mon 13 Tue 14 Wed 15 Thu 16 Fri 17 Sat 18 Sun 19
Mon 20 Tue 21 Wed 22 Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat 25 Sun 26
Mon 27 Tue 28 Wed 29 Thu 30 Fri 31
IED, 07 Jan 2020