Viewing archive of Tuesday, 5 December 2006

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
59 160 -2B4.1911

Solar flares

RegionStartMaximumEnd
0930B4.1 00:2000:2500:33
0930B3.2 01:3101:3401:37
0930B8.7 01:4101:4801:50
0930C2.2 01:5902:0302:07
0930B8.7 03:1503:2303:27
0930B7.0 03:3503:4003:48
0930B6.6 04:0804:1704:27
0930C3.8 05:0105:0905:17
0930C4.2 06:0506:2606:30
0930B5.1 07:1107:2007:33
0930M1.8 07:4508:0308:06
0930C1.5 09:0709:1109:14
0930X9.0 Play10:1810:3510:45
0930C1.7 16:0916:1516:20
0930C1.2 17:1817:2217:28
0930C5.8 19:4920:0720:14
0930C3.7 20:2120:5421:35
0930C1.5 23:5223:5523:58

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