Viewing archive of Tuesday, 5 December 2006

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
590B4.1911

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0930 B4.1 00:20 00:25 00:33
0930 B3.2 01:31 01:34 01:37
0930 B8.7 01:41 01:48 01:50
0930 C2.2 01:59 02:03 02:07
0930 B8.7 03:15 03:23 03:27
0930 B7.0 03:35 03:40 03:48
0930 B6.6 04:08 04:17 04:27
0930 C3.8 05:01 05:09 05:17
0930 C4.2 06:05 06:26 06:30
0930 B5.1 07:11 07:20 07:33
0930 M1.8 07:45 08:03 08:06
0930 C1.5 09:07 09:11 09:14
0930 X9.0 Play 10:18 10:35 10:45
0930 C1.7 16:09 16:15 16:20
0930 C1.2 17:18 17:22 17:28
0930 C5.8 19:49 20:07 20:14
0930 C3.7 20:21 20:54 21:35
0930 C1.5 23:52 23:55 23:58

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