Viewing archive of Monday, 17 July 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
3354C2.3142

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
9088 C8.1 00:31 00:34 00:38
- C4.3 03:33 03:37 03:39
- C6.7 03:44 03:48 03:50
9077 C6.2 04:24 04:30 04:35
9090 C4.3 05:26 05:32 05:35
9077 C6.1 06:19 06:31 06:38
9087 C3.9 07:02 07:09 07:12
- C2.5 08:04 08:07 08:12
9087 C5.3 08:24 08:42 08:48
9090 C6.2 09:21 09:25 09:28
9087 M1.2 13:35 13:45 13:48
9077 C5.9 15:11 15:17 15:25
9091 C3.7 18:40 18:43 18:46
9087 M2.4 20:14 20:27 20:32
- C2.6 21:39 21:42 21:44
9087 C2.9 23:28 23:31 23:33

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