Viewing archive of Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
47 -40B3.561

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1169 M1.0 00:18 00:22 00:24
1169 B8.9 03:06 03:09 03:12
1169 B7.5 04:15 04:20 04:30
1166 C2.1 05:04 05:18 05:28
1169 C1.4 06:52 06:57 07:07
1172 B6.9 08:07 08:11 08:14
1169 C1.5 08:46 08:52 09:09
1169 C2.6 09:25 09:42 09:58
1169 C1.1 11:21 11:25 11:27
1169 B5.6 13:11 13:15 13:17
1169 C2.9 17:28 17:35 17:39
1169 B5.6 18:58 19:02 19:04
1169 B5.3 21:55 21:59 22:01
1169 B6.1 22:13 22:17 22:19

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