Region 10030

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
2002/07/10 5 280 CKO N18E74
2002/07/11 5 460 EKO N19E62
2002/07/12 21 540 FKI N19E49
2002/07/13 35 690 FKI N19E37
2002/07/14 66 730 FKC N19E24
2002/07/15 71 780 FKC N19E12
2002/07/16 90 930 FKC N18E00
2002/07/17 71 1350 FKC N19W12
2002/07/18 93 1280 FKC N19W25
2002/07/19 83 1060 FKC N18W38
2002/07/20 65 960 FKC N17W52
2002/07/21 30 460 FKI N18W63
2002/07/22 14 330 EAI N18W76
2002/07/23 3 230 EAO N20W86

The top 10 solar flares from sunspot region 10030

Start Maximum End
1X3.02002/07/1519:5920:0820:14
2X1.82002/07/1807:2407:4407:49
3M8.52002/07/1706:5807:1307:19
4M5.82002/07/1114:4414:5114:57
5M2.22002/07/1803:2203:3703:40
6M1.82002/07/1521:0321:3221:48
7M1.12002/07/1223:5400:0800:20
8M1.02002/07/1114:1514:1914:22
9C9.62002/07/2012:3712:4212:44
10C9.12002/07/1511:3911:5512:17
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes

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Auroral activity Minor Severe
High latitude 30% 35%
Middle latitude 15% 1%
Predicted Kp max 4
Solar activity
M-class solar flare 1%
X-class solar flare 1%
Moon phase
New Moon

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