Viewing archive of Tuesday, 13 July 2004

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
129 110 -2B7.2105

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0646 M6.7 00:09 00:17 00:23
0649 C2.4 04:31 04:40 04:46
0646 C6.7 05:21 05:33 05:40
0649 C4.1 06:26 06:33 06:48
0649 C2.6 07:10 07:14 07:19
0649 C1.5 08:25 08:29 08:34
0646 M5.4 08:40 08:48 08:55
0649 M2.9 11:59 12:08 12:12
0649 C5.0 12:45 12:49 12:52
0649 M1.1 18:33 18:38 18:42
0646 M6.2 19:24 19:32 19:36
0646 C2.2 21:17 21:24 21:36
0649 C5.1 22:01 22:06 22:09
0646 C2.8 23:04 23:09 23:14
0646 C3.2 23:27 23:33 23:37

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