Viewing archive of Monday, 14 March 2011

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
51 -130B3.851

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1166 C4.0 00:13 00:20 00:31
1166 B8.5 01:33 01:38 01:42
1166 B6.3 02:43 02:47 02:50
1169 C1.0 05:04 05:08 05:13
1172 B9.9 07:05 07:11 07:18
1172 C1.4 08:07 08:15 08:25
1169 B8.7 10:36 10:42 10:51
1169 B9.7 13:39 13:42 13:46
1169 C2.2 16:02 16:09 16:17
1169 B7.6 18:42 18:49 18:55
1169 B6.6 19:14 19:17 19:23
1169 M4.2 19:30 19:52 19:54
1169 B7.4 22:55 22:59 23:09
1169 C5.2 23:17 23:37 23:51

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