Viewing archive of Monday, 13 March 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
172 -160 -1B8.9151

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Region Start Maximum End
- C2.6 00:46 00:55 01:07
8910 C1.4 02:30 02:34 02:37
8906 C6.8 04:59 05:07 05:14
8906 C3.9 07:13 07:29 07:38
8906 C3.7 08:20 08:27 08:36
8906 C2.7 09:29 09:42 09:57
8906 M1.4 10:38 10:48 11:01
8910 C2.4 14:35 14:39 14:44
- C1.4 15:07 15:10 15:14
8906 C3.5 16:09 16:23 16:28
- C2.2 16:42 16:49 16:53
8901 C1.8 17:15 17:30 17:43
- C3.2 18:26 18:32 18:37
- C2.8 19:09 19:15 19:18
- C1.7 21:05 21:09 21:13
- C3.1 23:03 23:14 23:24

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