Viewing archive of Thursday, 22 August 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
205 -332 2C1.9142

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C3.4 00:13 00:16 00:19
0083 C3.3 01:38 01:42 01:44
0069 M5.4 01:47 01:57 02:05
0069 C3.1 03:06 03:09 03:13
0085 C2.8 05:13 05:17 05:24
0079 C5.6 06:18 07:34 08:01
0069 C5.7 08:02 08:05 08:07
0085 C4.1 10:44 10:48 10:51
0069 C2.9 13:17 13:20 13:28
0069 C4.8 14:15 14:19 14:23
0079 C7.0 16:16 16:24 16:30
0087 C3.4 16:55 16:58 17:03
0087 M1.2 17:39 18:02 18:15
- C3.0 19:51 19:56 19:58
0069 C4.3 20:33 20:37 20:41
0069 C4.5 22:09 22:50 23:00

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