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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
56 -310 -2B4.1121

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2297 C2.3 01:44 01:53 02:06
2297 C1.3 04:04 04:10 04:17
2297 M1.3 04:23 04:40 04:54
2297 C1.4 06:03 06:08 06:13
2297 C1.3 07:56 08:02 08:06
2297 C2.1 08:11 08:24 08:35
2297 C2.6 11:44 11:55 12:24
2297 C1.7 13:21 13:26 13:30
2297 B7.3 15:17 15:21 15:26
2297 B5.7 16:25 16:29 16:32
2297 C5.3 18:37 18:45 18:48
2297 C1.4 19:12 19:16 19:21
2297 C1.6 20:41 20:48 20:56
2297 C1.1 22:15 22:19 22:22
2297 C1.9 23:09 23:14 23:17

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