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

Solar flares

RegionStartMaximumEnd
2297C2.3 01:4401:5302:06
2297C1.3 04:0404:1004:17
2297M1.3 04:2304:4004:54
2297C1.4 06:0306:0806:13
2297C1.3 07:5608:0208:06
2297C2.1 08:1108:2408:35
2297C2.6 11:4411:5512:24
2297C1.7 13:2113:2613:30
2297B7.3 15:1715:2115:26
2297B5.7 16:2516:2916:32
2297C5.3 18:3718:4518:48
2297C1.4 19:1219:1619:21
2297C1.6 20:4120:4820:56
2297C1.1 22:1522:1922:22
2297C1.9 23:0923:1423:17

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