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Space Environment Prediction Center

name

Space Environment Prediction Center (SEPC)

URL

http://eng.sepc.ac.cn

Established

1992

ISES Member

1992

Organization

CAS (Chinese Academy of Science)
 NSSC (National Space Science Center)
        SED (Space Environment Division)
               SEPC (Space Environment Prediction Center)

Staff

29 employees

Person in charge

Siqing Liu (liusq@nssc.ac.cn), Director

Location

Beijing, China

Address

No. 1 Nanertiao, Zhongguancun, Haidian District, Beijing, 100190, China

Contact

Qiuzhen Zhong (zhongqz@nssc.ac.cn), TEL: 86-10-62582854 FAX: 86-10-62586416

Additional Info

In SEPC, operational forecasting service of space weather for the public as well as tailored customers is provided 7 days per week, including solar eruptions (flares, CMEs, and SPEs) and their geo-space influences such as geomagnetic storms, ionospheric disturbances and middle-upper atmospheric disturbances.

Several models on predicting the dynamic magnetopause shape, relativistic electron flux at the geosynchronous orbit, solar proton events, Dst index, Kp index , and auroral electrojet indices (AU, AL, and AE) are running in real time and the results are updated on our website.

We also provide long-term and mid-term forecasts of space weather parameters such as F10.7 and Ap indices. Alerts on large flares, solar proton events, relativistic electron enhancements, and geomagnetic storms are issued as soon as possible once they occur.