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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
175 544 4B8.3151

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2241 C3.4 01:24 01:29 01:35
2227 C2.1 01:47 01:53 01:58
2241 C1.9 02:01 02:05 02:31
2241 C8.6 04:17 04:33 04:41
2227 C2.9 05:48 05:53 06:00
2237 C3.1 08:04 08:09 08:12
2242 C8.5 08:25 08:33 08:37
2237 C1.9 12:53 12:59 13:04
2241 C2.3 13:31 13:37 13:45
2242 C1.5 16:26 16:36 16:40
2242 C2.5 18:21 18:26 18:30
2242 M1.6 19:25 19:33 19:39
2242 C4.7 19:47 19:52 20:00
2242 C4.0 20:12 20:16 20:18
2242 C2.2 21:45 21:50 21:56
2242 C3.6 22:05 22:09 22:15

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