Viewing archive of Monday, 20 October 2014

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
93 70 -1C1.3105

Solar flares

RegionStartMaximumEnd
2192C2.5 00:4900:5300:56
2192C2.8 01:5802:0102:04
2192C3.2 02:2502:2802:32
2192C5.4 03:3203:5704:05
2192C9.0 05:3706:0206:09
2192M3.9 09:0009:1109:20
2192C2.8 11:1911:2711:30
2192C2.7 13:5814:0814:11
2192C3.1 14:4014:4314:47
2192C8.6 14:5815:2415:41
2192M4.5 16:0016:3716:55
2192C6.2 18:4318:4718:51
2192M1.4 18:5519:0219:04
2192M1.7 19:5320:0420:13
2192M1.2 22:4322:5523:13

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