Viewing archive of Wednesday, 21 August 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
238 290C1.81211

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0069 C3.1 23:57 --:-- 00:03
0069 C3.3 00:57 01:01 01:06
0069 M1.4 01:35 01:41 01:45
0083 C3.6 04:47 04:51 04:54
0069 X1.0 05:28 05:34 05:36
0069 C3.3 12:45 12:48 12:51
0069 C3.1 12:58 13:03 13:09
- C2.5 13:49 13:53 13:59
0069 C3.0 16:09 16:12 16:14
0069 C3.6 16:58 17:02 17:11
0069 C4.8 17:20 17:25 17:27
0069 C8.9 19:03 19:07 19:11
0069 C4.4 22:36 22:40 22:43
0069 C3.5 23:23 23:26 23:29

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