October 11, 2016 8am (EDT)
Asteroids: There are 4 asteroids today that are under 10 (LD). They are (2016 TJ10) size 40 meters passing at the distance of 4.21 (LD), (2016 TK18) size 14 meters passing at the distance of 5.50 (LD), (2016 TD11) size 25 meters passing at the distance of 5.66 (LD) and (2016 TB19) size 7 meters passing between the Earth and Moon at the distance of .82 (LD) about 308,000 Km. There are two more asteroids in October that are under 10 (LD) at this time. They are (2016 TO11) size 16 meters on the 12th passing at the distance of 2.32 (LD) and (2016 TH10) size 51 meters on the 16th passing at the distance of 7.23 (LD).
(LD) lunar distance — all lunar distances are minimums.
Solar Winds: Yesterday some bright auroras were sparked by the Heliospheric Curret Sheet. More could come on the 13th if a faint (CME) delivers a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field.
(CME) — Coronal Mass Ejection
Heliospheric Curret Sheet — is a vast undulating system of electrical currents shaped like the skirt of a ballerina.
Sunspots: All sunspots are quiet and stable at this time.
Earthquakes: There has been 4 quakes of 4+ and 1 quake of 5+ magnitude in the last 11 hours.
Storms: Tropical Storm Songda (Typhoon 3) is forecast to turn north-northeastward. Tropical Storm Nicole is moving north-northwestward and tropical storm warnings have been issued for Bermuda.