Viewing archive of Wednesday, 20 February 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
157 273 1B9.575

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Region Start Maximum End
9830 C2.1 01:10 01:14 01:19
- C1.7 02:14 02:18 02:21
9825 M4.2 02:44 02:51 02:56
9825 M5.1 05:52 06:12 06:16
9825 C2.5 07:41 07:44 07:46
9825 M4.3 09:46 09:59 10:04
9825 C7.5 11:02 11:07 11:12
9825 C4.5 11:29 11:39 11:47
- C3.1 14:26 14:29 14:33
9830 C9.7 16:18 16:26 16:29
- M3.5 17:03 17:11 17:18
9830 M2.4 21:00 21:07 21:09

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