Viewing archive of Monday, 20 October 2014

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
930C1.3105

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2192 C2.5 00:49 00:53 00:56
2192 C2.8 01:58 02:01 02:04
2192 C3.2 02:25 02:28 02:32
2192 C5.4 03:32 03:57 04:05
2192 C9.0 05:37 06:02 06:09
2192 M3.9 09:00 09:11 09:20
2192 C2.8 11:19 11:27 11:30
2192 C2.7 13:58 14:08 14:11
2192 C3.1 14:40 14:43 14:47
2192 C8.6 14:58 15:24 15:41
2192 M4.5 16:00 16:37 16:55
2192 C6.2 18:43 18:47 18:51
2192 M1.4 18:55 19:02 19:04
2192 M1.7 19:53 20:04 20:13
2192 M1.2 22:43 22:55 23:13

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