Viewing archive of Thursday, 8 November 2001

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
216 -140 -4C2.4144

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
9690 C7.7 00:22 00:25 00:32
9687 C4.8 02:05 02:09 02:13
9690 C4.8 03:15 03:21 03:26
9690 C9.2 03:57 04:08 04:25
9687 C4.9 05:23 05:27 05:30
9687 M9.1 06:59 07:04 07:06
9690 C6.1 07:49 07:50 07:52
9690 C5.0 10:05 10:11 10:15
9687 C7.7 10:16 10:19 10:24
- C9.1 10:36 10:43 10:50
9690 M1.3 12:13 12:29 12:52
- M1.4 13:56 14:09 14:20
9690 M4.2 14:59 15:35 16:00
9687 C8.8 18:59 19:04 19:07
9692 C5.4 19:33 19:36 19:41
9690 C3.2 20:24 20:33 20:38
9690 C5.2 21:45 21:50 21:54
- C7.0 23:09 23:13 23:18

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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 (19.27nT), the direction is slightly South (-0.24nT).

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