Viewing archive of Tuesday, 18 July 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
343 82 -2C1.563

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C2.8 01:06 01:10 01:13
- C2.2 03:37 03:41 03:47
9077 M1.9 04:59 05:15 05:38
9087 C9.3 07:13 07:23 07:32
9097 C2.8 10:53 10:57 11:08
9087 M3.0 14:00 14:19 14:31
9087 C6.4 17:22 17:36 17:47
9077 M3.3 19:34 19:45 20:14
9077 C4.1 22:56 23:00 23:11

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