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NOAA Space Weather JSON format

Mick  W8BE
Mick W8BE Member ✭✭
edited January 20 in Amateur Radio Interests

I am trying to get the Sunspot numbers from https://services.swpc.noaa.gov/json/sunspot_report.json .

Can anyone look at this JSON and tell me what is the sun spot number. Here is the latest JSON:

{"time_tag": "2021-01-19T16:07:00",

"Obsdate": "2021-01-19T00:00:00",

"Obstime": "1607",

"Station": 72269,

"Observatory": "HOL",

"Type": "spt",

"Quality": 2,

"Region": 2797,

"Latitude": -17,

"Report_Longitude": 60,

"Longitude": 55,

"Report_Location": "S17E60",

"Location": "S17E55",

"Carlon": 334,

"Extent": 12,

"Area": 140,

"Numspot": 5,

"Zurich": 3,

"Penumbra": 5,

"Compact": 2,

"Spotclass": "Cko",

"Magcode": 2,

"Magclass": "B",

"Obsid": 2,

"Report_Status": 2,

"ValidSpotClass": 1

}

You would think the array indices for Numspot would be the count but it does not match the current number of 13. Maybe it is a combination of other numbers. If any one knows please advise.

Mick, W8BE

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