Viewing archive of Monday, 12 July 2004

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
118 202B7.3111

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C3.2 00:57 01:05 01:20
- C1.6 03:10 03:15 03:23
- C5.5 04:28 04:38 04:44
- C2.2 06:21 06:29 06:37
- C2.8 07:11 07:19 07:26
- M1.6 07:36 08:08 08:59
0649 C3.4 12:49 13:02 13:12
0649 C3.2 15:50 16:02 16:15
- C1.8 16:45 16:48 16:50
0649 C4.5 18:31 18:43 18:54
0649 C1.7 21:19 21:28 21:38
0649 C2.5 21:46 21:51 21:59

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