Top 50 solar flares of the year 2003

On this page you will find an overview of the strongest solar flares of the year 2003 together with links to more information in our archive and a video (if available) of the event.

Region Start Maximum End
1X28.02003/11/04048619:2919:5320:06 MovieView archive
2X17.22003/10/28048609:5111:1011:24 MovieView archive
3X10.02003/10/29048620:3720:4921:01 MovieView archive
4X8.32003/11/02048617:0317:2517:39 MovieView archive
5X5.42003/10/23048608:1908:3508:49 MovieView archive
6X3.92003/11/03048809:4309:5510:19 MovieView archive
7X3.62003/05/28036500:1700:2700:39 MovieView archive
8X2.72003/11/03048801:0901:3001:45 MovieView archive
9X1.72003/06/09037521:3121:3921:43 MovieView archive
10X1.62003/06/11037520:0120:1420:27 MovieView archive
11X1.52003/03/17031418:5019:0519:16 MovieView archive
12X1.52003/03/18031411:5112:0812:20 MovieView archive
13X1.32003/05/27036522:5623:0723:13View archive
14X1.32003/06/10037523:1900:0200:12View archive
15X1.32003/06/15038623:2523:5600:25 MovieView archive
16X1.22003/05/29036500:5101:0501:12 MovieView archive
17X1.22003/10/26048605:5706:5407:33 MovieView archive
18X1.22003/10/26048417:2118:1919:21 MovieView archive
19X1.12003/10/19048416:2916:5017:04 MovieView archive
20X1.12003/10/23048619:5020:0420:14 MovieView archive
21M9.92003/10/22048619:4720:0720:28View archive
22M9.62003/11/20050107:3507:4707:53View archive
23M9.32003/05/31036502:1302:2402:40View archive
24M7.62003/10/24048602:2702:5403:14View archive
25M7.62003/10/26048421:3421:4021:48View archive
26M7.32003/06/12037501:0401:3001:52View archive
27M7.02003/04/26033808:0108:0708:09View archive
28M6.82003/06/17038622:2722:5523:12View archive
29M6.72003/10/27048612:2712:4312:52View archive
30M6.52003/06/02036500:0700:2200:43View archive
31M5.82003/11/20050123:4223:5323:58View archive
32M5.62003/06/10037518:0818:1518:26View archive
33M5.32003/11/05048610:4610:5210:56View archive
34M5.12003/04/23033800:3901:0601:15View archive
35M5.12003/06/10037510:5511:1211:15View archive
36M5.02003/10/27048609:2109:2709:32View archive
37M4.92003/01/07025123:2523:3323:40View archive
38M4.72003/06/09037511:2111:2811:33View archive
39M4.52003/06/11037516:2116:3616:50View archive
40M4.52003/11/18050809:2310:1111:01View archive
41M4.22003/10/24048605:0405:1005:16View archive
42M4.22003/11/17050108:5509:0509:19View archive
43M4.02003/06/08038016:0516:1116:15View archive
44M3.92003/06/02036508:1208:3708:52View archive
45M3.92003/06/10037516:2816:3016:32View archive
46M3.92003/11/03048615:2615:3215:43View archive
47M3.92003/11/18050108:1208:3108:59View archive
48M3.72003/03/19031409:3409:5310:00View archive
49M3.72003/06/11037514:3715:2715:47View archive
50M3.72003/10/22048603:2803:5105:21View archive
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