Viewing archive of Sunday, 20 June 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
102 -152 1B9.0111

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.9 00:56 01:00 01:05
- C1.4 04:33 04:36 04:38
- C4.2 04:54 05:01 05:06
- C1.8 07:11 07:16 07:23
- C1.3 07:47 07:52 07:55
- C5.5 08:33 08:40 08:47
- C1.5 11:55 11:59 12:03
- C2.8 13:55 14:03 14:07
- M2.9 15:25 15:35 15:45
- C3.8 17:20 17:27 17:37
8592 C5.1 19:08 20:07 20:35
- C3.8 21:04 21:09 21:15

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