Viewing archive of Tuesday, 16 May 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
298 -41C1.3111

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8998 C2.6 01:03 01:07 01:11
8998 C3.1 01:45 01:50 02:04
8993 C4.5 03:24 03:33 03:39
8998 C2.6 04:08 04:12 04:16
8993 C2.4 04:48 04:54 05:01
8998 C2.8 05:21 05:28 05:33
- C4.3 06:09 06:16 06:23
- C4.0 07:17 07:22 07:29
9002 C7.4 08:36 08:43 08:50
8989 C4.0 12:33 12:39 12:58
- C3.0 15:02 15:06 15:10
9002 M3.2 15:46 15:51 15:57

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