Viewing archive of Monday, 13 May 2013

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
1441C1.11012

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1748 C9.3 00:32 00:39 00:46
1748 X1.7 Play 01:53 02:17 02:32
- C2.4 07:02 07:06 07:09
- C2.0 08:02 08:07 08:11
1745 C4.5 08:35 08:38 08:44
1748 C2.8 09:24 09:29 09:37
- C1.7 10:34 10:37 10:40
1748 M1.3 11:57 12:03 12:09
1748 C4.0 12:47 12:52 13:00
1748 C5.3 13:55 14:40 15:10
1748 X2.8 Play 15:48 16:05 16:16
1748 C2.9 21:26 21:29 21:34
1745 C8.3 21:58 22:05 22:11

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