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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
245 962 -1B8.7111

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Region Start Maximum End
2035 C1.9 01:10 01:18 01:34
2037 C3.0 01:52 01:59 02:07
2042 C2.8 02:08 02:11 02:14
2042 C4.1 03:03 03:08 03:16
- C2.9 04:57 05:08 05:14
2035 C1.8 06:37 06:45 06:48
2034 C2.9 07:17 07:22 07:26
2034 C4.5 08:12 08:16 08:20
2035 C5.2 08:36 08:44 08:51
2035 C7.5 12:42 12:51 12:55
2035 C2.0 17:30 17:36 17:41
2035 M1.0 19:54 19:59 20:04

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