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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
55 31 1B5.865

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Region Start Maximum End
0786 C4.2 01:27 01:38 01:46
0786 M1.1 02:35 03:16 03:47
0786 C4.7 06:35 06:38 06:40
0786 C2.1 07:36 07:39 07:45
0786 C2.7 08:14 08:22 08:29
0786 C3.9 08:54 09:02 09:20
0786 C1.6 10:05 10:14 10:19
0786 M3.2 12:03 12:19 12:24
0786 M5.0 14:01 14:49 15:38
0786 M1.2 19:02 19:09 19:13
0786 M1.2 21:49 21:54 21:58

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