Viewing archive of Thursday, 11 July 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
99 -191 1B5.292

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.7 00:47 00:53 01:00
- C1.4 02:35 02:40 02:42
- B9.1 03:01 03:05 03:08
- B9.4 05:04 05:07 05:11
0030 C2.1 07:08 07:13 07:17
- C1.1 08:11 08:18 09:05
0030 C2.1 10:32 10:38 10:53
- C4.0 11:07 11:21 11:28
- C2.5 12:04 12:08 12:15
0030 C1.7 12:36 12:39 12:51
0030 M1.0 14:15 14:19 14:22
0030 M5.8 14:44 14:51 14:57
- C1.1 22:03 22:06 22:10

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