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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
240 322C2.992

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Region X-ray Start Maximum End
- C2.2 05:27 05:32 05:35
8910 C2.6 06:50 07:02 07:33
- M2.2 08:21 08:34 08:50
- C4.0 10:02 10:06 10:15
- C4.8 10:28 10:35 10:42
8910 C8.4 10:53 10:59 11:04
8918 C2.7 14:52 14:58 15:04
- C2.5 15:28 15:31 15:33
8910 M2.4 16:37 16:44 16:50
8910 C2.1 18:12 18:16 18:20
- C4.2 23:07 23:12 23:15

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