Viewing archive of Tuesday, 23 May 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
150 -570B9.613

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.6 00:19 00:22 00:25
8996 C1.8 00:38 00:42 00:45
- C1.5 06:03 06:09 06:16
8996 C2.2 08:22 08:29 08:37
- C5.6 11:00 11:06 11:10
9002 C3.0 12:47 12:52 12:56
9004 C1.7 13:04 13:16 13:25
- C1.8 14:12 14:16 14:22
9004 C1.8 17:29 17:33 17:37
8996 C4.3 17:46 17:54 18:00
9004 C5.4 19:28 19:45 19:52
9002 C3.0 20:30 20:34 20:40
9002 C9.5 20:48 20:53 21:01

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