Viewing archive of Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
16 160 -1B5.094

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1041 C4.0 00:10 00:22 00:30
1041 C1.7 02:47 02:53 03:02
1041 C5.0 04:48 04:57 05:03
1041 C3.9 06:10 06:18 06:28
1041 M1.0 06:45 07:27 07:34
1041 M1.6 07:42 07:49 07:53
1041 C3.7 09:13 09:29 09:41
1041 M1.8 10:46 10:59 11:10
1041 C3.9 12:28 12:32 12:36
1041 C1.3 13:19 13:25 13:44
1041 B9.2 14:29 14:41 14:46
1041 C2.2 15:10 15:20 15:28
1041 B9.4 15:43 15:46 15:48
1041 B6.9 17:10 17:13 17:18
1041 C1.0 17:28 17:33 17:35
1041 M3.4 17:50 17:55 18:00
- B6.0 20:47 20:51 20:55
- B6.7 21:57 22:13 22:53

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