Viewing archive of Friday, 9 September 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
59 230 -1B8.3753

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0808 M1.0 02:08 02:19 02:29
0808 M1.1 02:33 02:36 02:39
0808 X1.1 02:43 03:00 03:07
0808 M1.8 04:46 05:03 05:12
0808 M6.2 05:32 05:48 06:00
0808 C3.7 08:22 08:26 08:29
0808 C3.1 09:14 09:18 09:22
0808 C4.8 09:26 09:31 09:41
0808 X3.6 Play 09:42 09:59 10:08
0808 C3.0 12:33 12:47 12:52
0808 C4.2 15:18 15:26 15:28
0808 C2.8 15:37 15:43 15:48
0808 C1.0 16:33 16:38 16:47
0808 M1.9 17:32 17:51 18:10
0808 X6.2 Play 19:13 20:04 20:36

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