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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
26 100B3.073

Solar flares

Region X-ray Start Maximum End
0822 C2.0 00:19 00:49 01:08
0822 C1.4 01:49 02:05 02:18
0822 C7.3 03:55 04:02 04:05
0822 M2.6 04:16 04:21 04:27
0822 C1.0 05:47 05:53 05:59
0822 B8.4 06:30 06:58 07:05
0822 C2.8 08:30 08:37 08:41
0822 B4.4 09:00 09:03 09:09
0822 B8.7 09:48 09:55 09:58
0822 C1.0 11:44 11:49 11:54
- C1.4 12:17 12:34 13:13
0822 M3.9 14:16 14:21 14:23
0822 M1.0 21:53 22:00 22:04
0822 B9.6 22:31 22:35 22:43

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