Region 9775

Number of
sunspots
Size Class Magn. Class Spot Location
2002/01/08 3 20 CRO S06E37
2002/01/09 10 40 CSO S05E24
2002/01/10 15 80 DSO S05E11
2002/01/11 17 80 DSO S05W03
2002/01/12 16 140 DAO S05W16
2002/01/13 19 140 EAO S05W30
2002/01/14 22 180 EAO S05W43
2002/01/15 21 220 FAI S06W57
2002/01/16 14 280 FKI S06W69
2002/01/17 6 160 EAO S06W86
CM
167

The top 10 solar flares from sunspot region 9775

Start Maximum End
1M2.22002/01/1319:3519:4619:49
2M1.72002/01/1215:0515:1915:33
3M1.52002/01/1610:0510:1310:18
4M1.32002/01/1219:2519:2919:34
5M1.12002/01/1422:3522:4622:58
6M1.02002/01/1401:2001:3601:44
7M1.02002/01/1203:0703:2203:38
8C82002/01/1313:3613:3813:41
9C7.82002/01/1313:0613:1513:26
10C7.72002/01/1414:2114:2314:25
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The direction of the interplanetary magnetic field is slightly South (-5.56nT).

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