Viewing archive of Thursday, 14 September 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
109 131 -1B5.5101

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.1 02:26 02:48 02:56
- M1.1 05:56 06:27 06:49
- C2.2 08:48 08:53 08:56
9165 C1.6 10:52 10:56 11:03
- C2.2 13:49 13:56 14:01
9166 C2.1 14:43 14:48 14:53
9166 C2.3 14:27 15:23 15:56
- C1.0 17:13 17:20 17:24
- C3.6 19:24 19:35 20:02
9166 C1.0 22:29 22:41 22:47
- C1.2 22:53 23:06 23:13

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