Viewing archive of Friday, 12 October 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
179 51 -1B8.011

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
9658 C1.9 00:08 00:15 00:34
- C1.6 01:32 01:37 01:40
9661 C7.6 03:06 03:27 03:31
9657 C2.0 04:18 04:21 04:24
- C2.0 05:58 06:02 06:10
- C2.3 09:18 09:38 09:47
9658 C3.0 10:53 11:10 11:15
9661 C4.1 11:45 11:58 12:20
- C1.7 14:56 15:00 15:04
9661 C1.5 17:11 17:16 17:30
9658 C2.0 22:30 22:36 22:41

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Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (19.98nT), the direction is North (1.08nT).

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