Viewing archive of Tuesday, 21 March 2006

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0862 C2.5 09:15 09:44 09:56
0862 B2.2 11:53 11:58 12:01
- C1.3 12:01 12:04 12:07
0862 C2.4 16:28 16:33 16:40
0862 B1.1 17:17 17:26 17:34
0862 B5.3 17:53 17:59 18:18
0862 C1.2 18:35 18:42 18:47
0862 C1.1 19:13 19:20 19:25
0862 B1.4 19:43 19:46 19:48
0862 B2.7 20:54 21:12 21:19
0862 B3.7 21:20 21:24 21:28
0862 B2.1 22:05 22:12 22:15
0862 B1.7 22:27 22:30 22:33
0862 B1.8 22:58 23:02 23:06
0862 C2.1 23:20 23:26 23:35

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