Viewing archive of Saturday, 17 July 2004

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
165 231B6.71231

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0649 C5.7 01:54 02:01 02:06
0649 C6.8 02:07 02:13 02:16
0652 C4.2 03:42 03:47 03:49
0649 X1.0 Play 07:51 07:57 07:59
0649 C5.0 09:46 09:53 09:57
0649 C7.2 11:24 11:37 11:42
0649 C8.8 12:31 12:55 13:01
0649 C2.6 15:48 15:57 16:03
0649 M2.5 16:45 16:51 16:57
- C2.2 18:21 18:27 18:31
0652 C5.3 19:15 19:18 19:20
0649 C3.4 20:36 20:45 20:51
0649 C5.7 20:54 21:03 21:10
0649 M2.0 21:24 21:31 21:38
0649 C5.7 22:28 22:39 22:46
0649 M1.1 22:54 23:08 23:16

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