Viewing archive of Wednesday, 28 May 2003

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCX
1161B5.9161

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0365 X3.6 Play 00:17 00:27 00:39
- C7.6 04:43 04:47 04:51
- C3.1 06:05 06:09 06:14
0365 C1.9 09:41 09:45 09:51
- B9.1 11:24 11:28 11:34
- C1.3 12:16 12:21 12:24
0365 C1.3 12:33 12:38 12:43
- C1.3 13:50 13:55 14:12
0365 C2.2 14:20 14:24 14:27
0365 C1.5 15:22 15:31 15:35
0365 C3.5 15:37 15:46 15:51
0365 C3.5 17:31 17:46 17:52
- C2.0 18:00 18:08 18:15
- C4.4 18:41 18:44 18:46
- C1.9 19:34 19:39 19:42
0365 C3.1 20:08 21:23 21:26
0365 C1.6 22:02 22:06 22:08
- C1.0 23:02 23:05 23:10

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