Viewing archive of Wednesday, 25 February 2004

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
107 220 -1B3.08

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0564 C2.4 01:58 02:08 02:13
0564 B6.4 02:49 02:57 03:19
0564 B8.9 04:05 04:26 04:37
- B5.8 04:48 04:51 04:57
0564 B9.8 05:03 05:08 05:22
0564 C1.0 05:25 05:29 05:33
0564 C1.3 06:46 06:52 06:56
0564 C1.1 10:42 10:47 10:51
0564 C1.3 11:07 11:26 11:36
0564 C8.0 12:11 12:25 12:37
0564 B4.2 14:14 14:18 14:23
0564 B7.8 15:23 15:31 15:36
0564 C2.6 16:11 16:27 16:42
0564 C2.6 23:06 23:15 23:27

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