Physical Laboratory, New Delhi operates Indian RWC as a
Space Environment Service chain and is
responsible for collection and dissemination of a wide
variety of near-real-time and recent data on solar
geophysical conditions to various users in India and
In addition, the center is also responsible for providing forecasts on solar and geophysical conditions based on the data collected from other centers located around the globe and also from observatories within India.
and RWC (Sydney)
are two major sources of near-real-time data and provide a variety of observational information which includes, detailed reports on solar active regions, magnetic activity, Coronal Holes,
CMEs, X-ray events, Radio bursts, Proton events. etc.