October 25, 2016 8:15am (EDT)
Asteroids: There is only one asteroid under 10 (LD) at this time in October. That is asteroid (2016 TB57) size 26 meters passing at the distance of 5.24 (LD).
(LD) lunar distance — all lunar distances are minimums.
Solar Winds: G1-class geomagnetic storms are on the way as Earth enters a stream of solar wind. Storm levels could intensify to G2-class as our planet moves deeper into the stream. Update — G3-class geomagnetic storm from 12pm to 3pm (UTC) Coordinated Universal Time (-4 hours EDT). This could have caused radio problems on sunlit side of Earth.
G-class ratings G1 / Minor G2 / Moderate G3 / Strong G4 / Severe G5 / Extreme
Sunspots: Sunspot AR2603 is quiet and stable at this time.
Earthquakes: There has been 10 quakes of 4+ and 2 quakes of 5+ magnitude in the last 12 hours.
Storms: Tropical Storm 03B is moving west-northwest in the Bay of Bengal. Tropical Storm Seymour (Hurricane 3) is forecast to move west-northwset.