Viewing archive of Monday, 25 February 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
237 462C1.2131

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- M1.0 02:47 02:57 03:00
- C2.2 04:46 04:51 05:01
- C1.6 06:26 06:31 06:36
9830 C2.4 07:08 07:17 07:25
9846 C2.2 09:34 09:37 09:43
9846 C3.5 10:35 10:41 10:45
9846 C2.7 12:00 12:05 12:11
9830 C3.3 15:50 15:54 15:57
9846 C3.0 16:16 16:19 16:23
9830 C3.2 19:43 19:46 19:48
9830 C4.1 21:24 21:27 21:30
9846 C2.3 22:18 22:22 22:25
9830 C2.0 22:48 22:54 23:08
9846 C3.0 23:30 23:35 23:40

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