Viewing archive of Sunday, 14 November 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
2322C3.695

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8765 C5.0 03:48 03:55 04:03
8759 C3.6 04:35 04:40 04:45
8765 C4.9 06:29 06:38 06:44
8763 M8.0 07:54 08:01 08:04
- C6.3 09:19 09:25 09:32
- C4.3 12:11 12:29 12:36
- C4.3 12:39 12:44 12:48
- C3.8 12:58 13:01 13:05
- C7.0 13:09 13:15 13:22
8765 C5.0 15:36 15:40 15:42
8766 M5.6 15:47 16:07 16:13
8765 M2.2 16:20 16:23 16:26
8759 M1.4 16:54 17:04 17:19
- M2.8 18:03 18:09 18:13

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