Viewing archive of Thursday, 14 June 2012

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
114 -200 -1B9.791

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1505 C1.3 01:43 01:47 01:50
- C1.2 02:49 02:52 02:54
- C1.7 04:59 05:04 05:09
1504 C2.0 07:31 07:37 07:42
- C1.6 08:02 08:06 08:10
1504 C2.5 10:45 10:50 10:56
1504 C5.0 11:05 11:12 11:22
1504 C2.6 12:33 12:37 12:39
1504 M1.9 12:52 14:35 15:56
1504 C4.0 20:47 20:52 21:02

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