Viewing archive of Saturday, 9 September 2017

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49 -400B6.7103

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2673 C1.0 00:36 00:39 00:46
2673 C6.3 03:02 03:09 03:25
2673 C4.2 03:57 04:01 04:07
2673 M1.1 04:14 04:28 04:43
2673 C1.4 06:23 06:29 06:40
2673 C1.7 06:51 06:56 06:58
2673 C1.5 07:17 07:27 07:40
2673 M3.7 10:50 11:04 11:42
2673 C1.4 14:49 14:53 14:58
2673 C1.7 16:20 16:32 16:40
- C1.8 19:09 19:15 19:20
- C4.7 21:00 21:11 21:25
2673 M1.1 22:04 23:53 00:41

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