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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
276 800 -2C1.1111

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Region Start Maximum End
2087 C8.5 00:30 00:34 00:41
- C9.9 03:31 03:39 03:43
2089 C2.0 06:43 06:47 06:51
2087 M2.6 07:49 07:56 07:59
2087 C3.8 09:14 09:18 09:20
2087 C3.7 10:39 10:51 10:56
2082 C2.5 11:57 12:02 12:12
2087 C2.4 15:21 15:24 15:27
2080 C2.1 16:15 16:19 16:22
2092 C3.3 16:49 16:55 17:03
2087 C9.0 20:13 20:17 20:20
2087 C4.1 20:55 21:01 21:09

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