Viewing archive of Wednesday, 16 May 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
125 -210 -1C1.071

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Region Start Maximum End
9455 C4.2 06:28 06:34 06:40
9461 C1.1 08:24 08:39 08:48
- C1.5 09:37 09:44 09:49
9455 M1.3 10:35 10:42 10:45
- C2.1 14:35 14:42 14:48
9458 C2.7 15:36 15:50 16:17
9455 C1.5 18:33 18:40 18:50
- B8.5 19:17 19:22 19:34
- B7.5 20:12 20:16 20:21
9454 C2.3 23:44 23:49 23:56

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