Viewing archive of Monday, 12 September 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
62 -390B4.994

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C3.3 00:45 00:49 00:53
- C2.0 02:42 02:48 02:53
- M1.5 04:49 05:05 05:27
0808 M1.3 06:56 07:01 07:05
0808 M6.1 08:37 09:03 09:20
- B9.9 13:49 13:53 14:08
- C1.1 15:33 15:37 15:42
- C1.1 16:29 16:33 16:35
- C1.2 16:35 16:38 16:40
- B7.5 18:36 18:39 18:45
- C3.2 19:28 19:40 19:42
0808 M1.5 20:05 20:09 20:11
- C7.2 22:07 22:25 22:42
0808 C5.6 22:57 23:01 23:03
- C5.5 23:12 23:17 23:23

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