Viewing archive of Wednesday, 6 May 1998

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
1111C1.61011

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8210 C4.0 04:11 04:42 04:47
- C8.4 04:53 05:06 05:17
8210 C2.8 06:06 06:15 06:17
8210 C3.8 06:21 06:27 06:35
8210 C3.7 06:59 07:03 07:05
8210 M2.9 07:10 07:25 07:41
8210 X2.7 Play 07:58 08:09 08:20
8210 C6.8 13:32 13:37 13:40
- C1.6 16:53 16:56 16:58
8214 C3.1 17:08 17:13 17:17
8210 C2.9 18:35 18:44 18:58
8210 C1.5 22:04 22:07 22:11

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