Viewing archive of Sunday, 24 June 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
212 -160 -2C1.57

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
9511 C2.9 03:10 03:14 03:17
- C6.1 04:46 04:55 05:01
9511 C3.9 06:32 06:35 06:37
9506 C3.1 07:22 07:29 07:35
- C2.0 14:29 14:32 14:34
9503 C2.3 15:24 15:32 15:41
- C2.2 22:37 22:42 23:02

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