Viewing archive of Saturday, 16 January 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1060B6.6202

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8440 C1.0 00:33 00:34 00:39
8439 C1.5 01:34 01:37 01:40
8440 C1.3 01:55 02:05 02:17
8440 C2.8 03:04 03:08 03:10
8440 C2.9 03:51 03:59 04:03
8440 C2.5 04:08 04:12 04:16
- C1.3 04:53 05:04 05:17
8440 C1.5 07:58 08:05 08:15
8440 C2.0 08:59 09:05 09:08
8440 C2.2 09:21 09:25 09:39
8440 C2.3 10:40 10:43 10:47
8440 M3.6 12:02 12:07 12:10
- C2.6 12:58 13:05 13:25
8440 C4.0 14:37 14:43 14:45
8440 C2.4 16:37 16:42 16:45
8440 C2.9 17:48 17:51 17:53
- C3.0 19:06 19:11 19:14
- M1.2 19:50 19:56 20:02
- C1.9 20:23 20:25 20:27
8439 C2.2 21:41 21:47 21:52
- C1.3 22:51 22:55 22:58
8440 C5.0 23:24 23:34 00:02

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