Viewing archive of Monday, 15 February 2016

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
48 -40 -1B5.4151

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2497 C3.9 04:02 04:19 04:24
2497 C1.4 05:27 05:33 05:38
- B6.4 06:35 06:38 06:40
2497 B9.1 07:20 07:23 07:32
2497 C5.2 08:26 08:41 08:46
2497 C2.3 09:29 09:35 09:44
2497 M1.1 10:41 11:00 11:06
2497 C3.3 14:40 15:04 15:13
2497 C2.5 17:14 17:23 17:27
2497 C1.6 17:32 17:36 17:39
2497 C4.2 17:46 17:52 18:00
- C2.2 18:08 18:12 18:15
2497 C2.9 18:42 18:46 18:49
- C1.2 19:31 19:37 19:41
2497 C1.7 19:46 19:52 19:55
2497 C1.6 20:02 20:06 20:10
2497 C1.2 20:53 20:58 21:05
2497 C4.1 21:14 21:40 21:49

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