Viewing archive of Saturday, 25 August 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
1321C7.21721

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C3.2 02:39 02:42 02:44
- C2.0 03:51 03:55 03:58
- C1.9 05:22 05:26 05:30
9591 C1.8 07:07 07:10 07:13
9591 C3.6 07:17 07:32 07:42
9591 C2.6 08:19 08:23 08:26
9591 C2.5 08:40 08:44 08:48
9591 M1.2 09:09 09:28 09:32
9591 C3.7 09:53 09:57 10:00
9591 C1.9 10:47 10:49 10:51
- C1.6 11:06 11:08 11:10
9591 C2.0 12:57 13:01 13:07
9591 C3.2 13:23 13:27 13:29
- C2.3 14:11 14:18 14:26
9591 C2.2 15:29 15:33 15:37
9591 X5.3 Play 16:23 16:45 17:04
9591 M1.19 19:52 19:56 19:59
9591 C4.00 21:21 21:26 21:30
9587 C9.6 22:16 22:23 22:25
9591 C7.0 23:41 23:45 23:49

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