Region 11429

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
2012/03/04 4 290 DKC N18E68
2012/03/05 8 700 DKC N18E55
2012/03/06 20 770 DKC N17E41
2012/03/07 25 1120 DKC N17E29
2012/03/08 28 1270 DKC N17E15
2012/03/09 28 950 EKC N17E01
2012/03/10 21 900 EKC N18W13
2012/03/11 22 880 EKC N18W26
2012/03/12 22 840 EKC N18W38
2012/03/13 14 380 EKC N18W50
2012/03/14 12 410 EKC N18W62
2012/03/15 6 320 EKI N19W77
2012/03/16 3 90 DSO N19W85

The top 10 solar flares from sunspot region 11429

Start Maximum End
1X5.42012/03/0700:0200:2400:40
2X1.12012/03/0502:3004:0904:43
3M8.42012/03/1017:1517:4418:30
4M7.92012/03/1317:1217:4118:25
5M6.32012/03/0903:2203:5304:18
6M3.32012/03/0217:2917:4618:07
7M2.12012/03/0612:2312:4112:54
8M2.12012/03/0519:1019:1619:21
9M2.02012/03/0410:2910:5212:16
10M1.82012/03/0519:2719:3019:32
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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