Viewing archive of Wednesday, 13 June 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
221 282 1C1.8112

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C5.3 00:07 00:30 00:52
- C2.4 01:29 01:34 01:39
- C6.2 03:03 03:30 03:43
9502 M2.0 04:22 04:33 04:44
- C2.4 07:42 07:47 07:53
- C2.8 08:02 08:06 08:11
9489 C3.7 08:23 08:27 08:42
- C1.8 11:09 11:15 11:17
9502 M7.8 11:22 11:42 11:51
9502 C9.1 16:20 16:28 16:35
- C3.9 18:43 18:49 18:55
9489 C7.6 19:52 19:57 19:59
- C2.9 22:41 22:47 22:55

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