Viewing archive of Monday, 15 July 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
2092B7.3811

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C1.8 00:46 00:50 00:55
0030 C1.6 02:00 02:02 02:10
0030 C1.6 04:14 04:23 04:34
0030 C3.8 05:03 05:12 05:22
0030 C1.6 10:12 10:29 10:39
0030 C9.1 11:39 11:55 12:17
0030 C3.6 14:00 14:04 14:10
0030 C1.9 18:37 18:40 18:49
0030 X3.0 Play 19:59 20:08 20:14
0030 M1.8 21:03 21:32 21:48

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