Viewing archive of Sunday, 11 August 2013

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
90 140 -3B3.37

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- B5.0 00:23 00:26 00:28
1819 C1.3 01:26 01:30 01:32
- B6.6 02:15 02:19 02:21
1817 C1.1 05:26 05:30 05:32
- B7.1 06:06 06:12 06:22
1817 B7.1 12:26 12:31 12:34
1817 C2.0 14:18 14:34 14:49
1817 C1.2 16:37 16:48 16:55
1818 B6.1 17:55 17:58 18:03
1817 C2.1 19:27 19:32 20:03
1817 C6.7 21:24 21:31 21:38
1817 C8.4 21:47 21:58 22:11

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