Viewing archive of Saturday, 15 January 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
1000C1.61262

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0720 X1.2 00:22 00:43 01:02
0720 C2.9 02:34 02:39 02:44
0720 C4.2 03:16 03:40 03:57
0720 M1.3 04:09 04:16 04:22
0720 M8.4 04:26 04:31 04:36
0720 M8.6 05:54 06:38 07:17
0720 M1.2 11:41 11:48 11:50
0720 C7.4 12:27 12:31 12:34
0720 C5.5 13:52 13:57 13:59
0718 M3.2 14:08 14:23 14:39
0720 C8.0 16:50 16:57 17:02
0720 C7.2 17:03 17:07 17:09
0720 C2.9 17:57 18:02 18:05
- C4.4 18:12 18:15 18:18
0720 C4.2 17:49 18:16 18:24
0720 C8.8 18:42 18:53 19:01
0720 C3.5 19:44 19:49 19:54
0720 C5.4 20:08 20:22 20:27
0720 M1.0 22:01 22:08 22:16
0720 X2.6 Play 22:25 23:02 23:31

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