Viewing archive of Monday, 14 November 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
26 100B3.073

Solar flares

RegionStartMaximumEnd
0822C2.0 00:1900:4901:08
0822C1.4 01:4902:0502:18
0822C7.3 03:5504:0204:05
0822M2.6 04:1604:2104:27
0822C1.0 05:4705:5305:59
0822B8.4 06:3006:5807:05
0822C2.8 08:3008:3708:41
0822B4.4 09:0009:0309:09
0822B8.7 09:4809:5509:58
0822C1.0 11:4411:4911:54
-C1.4 12:1712:3413:13
0822M3.9 14:1614:2114:23
0822M1.0 21:5322:0022:04
0822B9.6 22:3122:3522:43

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