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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
601B4.316

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2497 B9.6 00:41 00:46 01:00
2497 C1.4 01:03 01:10 01:14
2497 C2.2 01:44 01:48 01:50
2497 B9.8 02:17 02:20 02:25
2497 C2.0 02:33 02:47 02:55
2497 C1.0 04:20 04:23 04:27
2497 B9.5 04:33 04:39 04:43
2497 C9.4 04:54 05:01 05:07
2497 C2.0 05:43 05:50 05:53
2497 C2.9 06:17 06:22 06:25
2497 B9.1 07:52 07:56 07:59
2497 C1.7 08:39 08:43 08:46
2497 C2.0 09:54 10:02 10:09
2497 C1.0 10:59 11:04 11:09
2497 C1.2 11:30 11:34 11:37
2497 B8.1 11:48 11:52 11:57
2497 C1.3 12:28 12:40 12:56
2503 C1.2 17:45 17:51 18:02
2497 C7.4 18:06 18:13 18:19
2497 C4.6 20:05 20:22 20:50
2497 C2.1 21:52 21:58 22:02

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