Viewing archive of Thursday, 7 December 2006

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
48 40B1.751

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0930 C1.9 00:31 00:34 00:37
0926 B5.6 02:13 02:17 02:21
0930 B5.3 02:35 02:40 02:42
0930 C2.0 03:32 03:36 03:39
0930 C6.1 04:27 04:45 05:09
- B3.4 07:50 07:55 07:59
0930 B4.3 08:27 08:33 08:36
0930 C1.1 10:49 11:48 12:57
0930 C1.2 14:49 15:15 15:33
0930 M2.0 18:20 19:13 19:33

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