Viewing archive of Wednesday, 6 December 2006

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
440B5.31331

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0930 M1.1 01:30 02:20 02:54
0930 C2.4 05:36 05:40 05:45
0930 C1.0 07:06 07:10 07:14
0930 C1.5 07:25 07:28 07:31
0930 C1.7 07:34 07:37 07:40
0930 M6.0 08:02 08:23 09:03
0930 C4.8 12:53 12:58 13:03
0930 C2.5 14:21 14:28 14:33
0930 C2.1 15:00 15:05 15:14
0930 C1.7 15:54 15:58 16:00
- C1.4 16:06 16:11 16:14
0930 C4.4 16:15 16:21 16:26
- B9.0 17:49 17:52 18:04
0930 X6.5 Play 18:29 18:47 19:00
0930 M3.5 20:14 20:19 20:22
0930 C7.4 21:44 21:52 21:55
0930 C3.1 22:26 22:31 22:33
0930 C1.7 23:09 23:13 23:15

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