Region 9661

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
2001/10/11 1 60 HAX N12E76
2001/10/12 5 480 EKO N16E69
2001/10/13 8 760 EKO N14E55
2001/10/14 16 720 EKI N15E42
2001/10/15 18 670 DKO N15E30
2001/10/16 16 720 EKI N15E17
2001/10/17 34 800 EKC N16E04
2001/10/18 28 800 FKI N16W08
2001/10/19 24 660 EKI N16W23
2001/10/20 21 620 EKI N16W35
2001/10/21 15 410 ESO N15W48
2001/10/22 10 360 EKO N14W64
2001/10/23 6 390 EAO N14W76
2001/10/24 2 190 CKO N14W90
CMX
1612

The top 10 solar flares from sunspot region 9661

Start Maximum End
1X1.62001/10/1916:1316:3016:43
2X1.62001/10/1900:4701:0501:13
3M2.52001/10/2111:1211:3611:48
4C8.92001/10/1906:5607:0007:04
5C7.62001/10/1203:0603:2703:31
6C6.02001/10/1619:1919:2619:43
7C4.72001/10/1816:0616:1216:20
8C4.12001/10/1211:4511:5812:20
9C3.72001/10/1516:1116:1816:25
10C3.52001/10/1707:1407:2107:30
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (10.13nT), the direction is North (2.3nT).

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