Viewing archive of Friday, 11 January 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
195 162 2C2.161

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C3.7 03:24 03:28 03:35
9767 M1.0 07:53 08:07 08:31
9773 C4.2 12:22 12:36 12:42
9773 C6.1 13:19 13:29 13:37
9775 C3.7 18:44 18:48 18:50
9773 C7.3 19:55 20:07 20:20
9775 C4.8 20:38 20:52 20:57

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