Viewing archive of Monday, 3 April 2017

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
97 221 1C1.2142

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2644 M1.2 00:56 01:05 01:12
2644 C2.3 04:19 04:26 04:31
2644 C5.7 04:55 05:27 05:36
2645 C3.8 08:09 08:14 08:21
2644 C2.5 09:15 09:19 09:21
2645 C3.9 11:07 11:13 11:25
2645 C2.6 11:40 11:43 11:45
2645 C2.6 12:16 12:20 12:26
2645 C3.4 13:01 13:06 13:09
2644 C7.3 13:18 13:24 13:28
2644 M5.8 14:19 14:29 14:34
- C2.5 19:06 19:10 19:14
2644 C5.0 20:07 20:13 20:20
2644 C1.6 21:13 21:16 21:18
2644 C2.3 22:51 23:02 23:06
2645 C1.7 23:43 23:52 23:56

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