Viewing archive of Friday, 23 September 2011

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
90 40 -2C1.393

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- C9.6 00:29 00:33 00:37
1295 M1.6 01:47 01:59 02:10
1295 C2.7 08:13 08:19 08:33
1295 C6.9 08:40 08:50 09:20
1296 C3.2 12:10 12:23 12:40
1302 C2.1 15:01 15:06 15:08
- C3.0 18:11 18:22 18:35
1302 C3.4 19:06 19:11 19:16
1295 C2.2 20:46 20:49 20:52
1295 C9.6 21:29 21:43 21:48
1295 M1.6 21:54 22:15 22:34
1302 M1.9 23:48 23:56 00:04

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The direction of the interplanetary magnetic field is slightly South (-8.09nT).

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