Viewing archive of Tuesday, 10 August 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
89 -290B5.39

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.1 01:30 01:41 01:48
8656 C4.8 05:52 06:07 06:18
8656 C4.8 05:52 06:07 06:18
8656 C4.8 05:52 06:07 06:18
8656 C4.8 05:52 06:07 06:18
8656 C2.0 07:45 07:50 08:01
8662 C1.4 09:51 09:59 10:07
8656 B9.8 11:53 11:57 11:59
- C1.9 12:18 12:33 12:40
8656 B8.7 14:00 14:04 14:07
8657 C1.2 14:28 14:32 14:49
8662 C1.0 15:24 15:32 15:37
8662 C4.6 16:18 16:24 16:29
- B9.0 17:21 17:34 17:40
8662 C1.6 22:03 22:08 22:11

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