Viewing archive of Wednesday, 11 August 2004

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
115 221B4.918

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0656 B7.0 00:03 00:15 00:19
0656 C3.2 03:41 03:46 03:49
0658 B8.6 04:38 04:41 04:44
0656 C1.1 08:05 08:10 08:20
0656 C1.3 08:23 08:26 08:29
0656 C2.9 08:49 08:52 08:55
0656 C4.2 10:09 10:15 10:40
0656 C7.6 11:35 11:41 11:45
0656 C1.3 12:05 12:09 12:11
0656 C1.7 12:46 12:49 12:52
0656 C1.8 14:06 14:11 14:15
0656 C1.4 15:02 15:05 15:07
0656 C1.8 15:35 15:39 15:44
0656 C2.8 16:12 16:17 16:23
0656 C1.6 16:33 16:36 16:38
0656 C1.7 17:47 17:53 17:56
0656 B9.9 18:05 18:09 18:12
0656 C1.3 21:09 21:14 21:18
0656 C1.0 21:29 21:34 21:39
0656 C1.0 22:05 22:10 22:15
0656 C3.4 22:22 22:37 22:56

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