Viewing archive of Thursday, 14 December 2006

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCX
23 20B1.221

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0930 B6.8 00:50 00:58 01:01
- B1.7 05:41 05:45 05:48
- B2.8 06:10 06:15 06:22
0930 B2.8 08:31 08:38 08:42
- B2.4 09:33 09:37 09:39
- B1.8 11:07 11:10 11:13
0930 C1.0 11:56 12:10 12:29
- B3.2 14:13 14:16 14:26
- B2.3 14:29 14:34 14:36
0930 B2.6 15:49 15:53 15:55
0930 C1.2 16:36 16:49 16:59
0930 B7.1 18:53 18:58 19:03
0930 B3.1 19:31 19:35 19:39
0930 B7.0 19:49 19:59 20:04
- B2.9 20:31 20:35 20:39
0930 X1.5 Play 21:07 22:15 22:26

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