Region 8100

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
1997/10/28 5 80 CSO S21E67
1997/10/29 9 130 CAO S20E55
1997/10/30 15 200 DAO S21E44
1997/10/31 22 220 DAO S19E30
1997/11/01 16 260 EKI S20E15
1997/11/02 27 210 EAI S19E01
1997/11/03 36 290 EKI S19W12
1997/11/04 34 660 FKC S20W27
1997/11/05 37 1000 FKC S21W39
1997/11/06 19 900 FKC S20W53
1997/11/07 21 760 FKC S19W68
1997/11/08 17 630 EKI S19W77
1997/11/09 9 480 EKI S20W90
BCMX
122442

The top 10 solar flares from sunspot region 8100

Start Maximum End
1X9.41997/11/0611:4911:5512:01
2X2.11997/11/0405:5205:5806:02
3M4.11997/11/0402:3202:4203:03
4M1.41997/11/0309:0309:1009:13
5M1.31997/11/0401:2701:3501:40
6M1.01997/11/0319:5520:1620:36
7C8.61997/11/0304:3204:3804:49
8C8.61997/11/0322:1622:2422:32
9C7.01997/11/0506:1706:4106:56
10C5.91997/11/0421:0621:1721:26
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is high (20.17nT), the direction is slightly South (-0.35nT).

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