Viewing archive of Friday, 19 May 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
2392C2.981

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- M1.1 00:52 00:58 01:05
- C5.7 03:09 03:19 03:28
8998 C4 04:53 04:55 04:56
8998 C3.1 06:33 06:37 06:41
9002 C5.9 08:20 08:30 08:39
9002 C2.9 11:11 11:15 11:18
- C3.8 12:48 12:59 13:02
- C3.3 13:25 13:30 13:37
9002 C8.5 15:11 15:18 15:26

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The solar wind speed is currently moderately high (520.1 km/sec.)

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