Viewing archive of Wednesday, 24 September 1997

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
47 -10B2.652

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RegionStartMaximumEnd
-C1.1 02:1702:2102:25
8088M5.9 02:4302:4802:52
8088C4.5 05:2305:3505:38
8088C2.5 06:5407:0407:07
-B2.4 07:3607:3907:41
-B3.5 08:4508:5008:52
-B3.1 08:5408:5708:59
8088C2.2 09:0609:1309:16
-B9.1 10:2110:3010:32
8088M3.0 10:5711:0611:10
-B2.4 15:3915:4215:44
-B2.8 16:5817:2217:25
-B3.6 17:4017:4817:53
8088C8.3 18:2418:3418:45
-B3.6 19:3119:3519:38
-B4.2 21:5121:5822:07
8088B8.3 23:1223:2323:35

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