Viewing archive of Wednesday, 24 November 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1573 3C1.1102

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8778 C2.5 01:04 01:11 01:16
8771 C1.5 06:32 06:35 06:40
- C1.6 08:54 08:59 09:07
- C7.2 09:19 09:24 09:27
- C1.9 10:36 10:44 11:02
- C9.6 12:06 12:22 12:36
8778 C1.6 15:04 15:08 15:11
8778 C1.6 17:16 17:21 17:43
8771 C6.6 18:43 19:30 19:43
8778 M2.2 21:52 21:56 21:58
8771 C4.3 22:33 22:49 23:23
8771 M3.0 23:27 23:37 23:44

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The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (10.02nT), the direction is slightly South (-8.66nT).

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