Viewing archive of Saturday, 24 August 2002

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
199 -81C3.0521

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0069 X3.1 Play 00:49 01:12 01:31
0087 M1.8 05:38 05:48 05:59
- M1.5 11:12 11:28 11:41
- C5.4 12:42 13:01 13:08
0079 C4.6 15:08 15:12 15:15
- C2.9 17:38 17:43 17:48
0083 C6.0 18:32 18:42 18:59
- C3.1 21:03 21:08 21:14

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The direction of the interplanetary magnetic field is slightly South (-5.59nT).

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