Viewing archive of Tuesday, 13 September 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
950B5.2912

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0808 C4.3 00:53 00:58 01:02
0808 C3.4 03:21 03:27 03:31
- C1.5 03:57 04:00 04:02
- C1.9 04:15 04:18 04:20
0808 C5.1 04:37 04:45 04:54
0808 C1.2 06:31 06:35 06:37
0808 C1.8 08:24 08:28 08:31
- M1.3 10:41 11:21 11:24
0808 C4.5 13:11 13:43 13:53
0808 C2.9 18:49 19:05 19:15
0808 X1.5 19:19 19:27 20:57
0808 X1.7 23:15 23:22 23:30

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