Viewing archive of Wednesday, 24 September 1997

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
47 -10B2.652

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.1 02:17 02:21 02:25
8088 M5.9 02:43 02:48 02:52
8088 C4.5 05:23 05:35 05:38
8088 C2.5 06:54 07:04 07:07
- B2.4 07:36 07:39 07:41
- B3.5 08:45 08:50 08:52
- B3.1 08:54 08:57 08:59
8088 C2.2 09:06 09:13 09:16
- B9.1 10:21 10:30 10:32
8088 M3.0 10:57 11:06 11:10
- B2.4 15:39 15:42 15:44
- B2.8 16:58 17:22 17:25
- B3.6 17:40 17:48 17:53
8088 C8.3 18:24 18:34 18:45
- B3.6 19:31 19:35 19:38
- B4.2 21:51 21:58 22:07
8088 B8.3 23:12 23:23 23:35

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