Region 12680

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
2017/09/11 1 100 HSX N09E66
2017/09/12 1 80 HSX N09E53
2017/09/13 1 140 HSX N09E39
2017/09/14 1 120 HSX N09E26
2017/09/15 1 120 HSX N08E13
2017/09/16 3 80 HSX N08W00
2017/09/17 3 90 HSX N08W13
2017/09/18 3 80 HAX N08W27
2017/09/19 2 80 HSX N08W40
2017/09/20 1 50 HSX N08W53
2017/09/21 1 60 HSX N08W67
2017/09/22 1 60 HSX N07W80
2017/09/23 1 60 HSX N07W93
2017/09/24 1 60 HSX N07W0*
BC
72

The top 9 solar flares from sunspot region 12680

Start Maximum End
1C3.02017/09/1207:2207:2907:34
2C1.62017/09/1219:0319:2019:28
3B8.42017/09/2019:2619:3219:37
4B3.52017/09/1215:2815:3515:39
5B1.72017/09/1215:5415:5916:06
6B1.42017/09/1307:3907:4808:09
7B1.12017/09/1305:3805:4105:51
8B1.02017/09/2020:0020:0320:09
9B1.02017/09/2021:5822:0122:04
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
A southern hemisphere coronal hole was detected in an earth-facing position on Saturday, 21 July 2018

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