Viewing archive of Monday, 14 February 2011

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
90 61 1B5.0111

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- B9.3 01:31 01:37 01:48
1158 C1.6 02:35 02:42 02:46
- C7.1 03:24 04:48 05:08
1158 C8.3 04:29 04:49 05:09
1158 C6.6 06:51 06:58 07:03
1158 C1.8 08:39 08:49 09:04
1158 C1.7 11:51 12:00 12:26
1158 C9.4 12:41 12:53 12:58
1158 C7.0 13:47 14:27 14:42
- B7.9 16:48 16:53 16:57
1158 M2.2 17:20 17:26 17:32
1158 C6.6 19:23 19:30 19:36
1158 C1.2 23:14 23:19 23:26
1158 C2.7 23:40 23:46 23:57

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