Viewing archive of Tuesday, 20 March 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
983B8.255

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
9373 M1.1 02:06 02:18 02:25
9384 M1.2 03:20 03:33 03:37
- C2.4 05:30 05:39 05:46
- C1.9 05:50 05:54 06:01
- C2.1 09:38 10:00 10:55
- C1.7 12:20 12:24 12:43
9390 M1.1 14:19 14:24 14:38
9373 M1.6 14:57 15:07 15:14
9373 M1.5 20:56 21:04 21:12
9390 C8.8 22:46 22:54 23:02

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Active geomagnetic conditions expected
The solar wind speed is currently high (711.8 km/sec.)

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