Top 50 solar flares of the year 2005

On this page you will find an overview of the strongest solar flares of the year 2005 together with links to more information in our archive and a video (if available) of the event.

RegionStartMaximumEnd
1X17.02005/09/07080817:1717:4018:03
2X7.12005/01/20072006:3607:0107:26
3X6.22005/09/09080819:1320:0420:36
4X5.42005/09/08080820:5221:0621:17
5X3.82005/01/17072006:5909:5210:07
6X3.62005/09/09080809:4209:5910:08
7X2.62005/01/15072022:2523:0223:31
8X2.12005/09/10080821:3022:1122:43
9X1.72005/01/01071500:0100:3100:39
10X1.72005/09/13080823:1523:2223:30
11X1.52005/09/13080819:1919:2720:57
12X1.32005/01/19072008:0308:2208:40
13X1.32005/07/30079206:1706:3507:01
14X1.22005/01/15072000:2200:4301:02
15X1.22005/07/14078610:1610:5511:29
16X1.12005/09/09080802:4303:0003:07
17X1.12005/09/10080816:3416:4316:51
18X1.12005/09/15080808:3008:3808:46
19M9.82005/09/17080805:5806:0506:15
20M9.12005/07/14078605:5707:2507:43
21M8.62005/01/15072005:5406:3807:17
22M8.42005/01/15072004:2604:3104:36
23M8.02005/05/13075916:1316:5717:28
24M7.82005/12/02082610:0510:1210:25
25M6.72005/01/19072006:5807:3107:55
26M6.52005/12/02082602:4202:5203:00
27M6.42005/08/25080304:3104:4004:45
28M6.22005/09/09080805:3205:4806:00
29M6.12005/09/12080808:3709:0309:20
30M5.62005/08/22079816:4617:2718:02
31M5.02005/07/13078614:0114:4915:38
32M4.92005/07/07078616:0716:2916:40
33M4.82005/07/28079221:3922:0822:24
34M4.62005/01/18072015:3815:5115:59
35M4.62005/09/14-10:0510:3810:54
36M4.42005/09/16080801:4101:4901:56
37M4.22005/08/02079418:2218:3118:37
38M4.12005/09/10080819:1019:3619:50
39M4.02005/06/16077520:0120:2220:42
40M3.92005/11/14082214:1614:2114:23
41M3.72005/07/27-04:3305:0205:30
42M3.72005/09/10080806:0606:1406:17
43M3.52005/05/15076322:2722:3622:42
44M3.52005/09/16080819:1819:3619:48
45M3.42005/08/03079404:5405:0605:11
46M3.42005/09/11080802:2902:3502:40
47M3.32005/02/19073210:3611:0111:13
48M3.22005/01/15071814:0814:2314:39
49M3.22005/07/13078612:0312:1912:24
50M3.02005/09/11080812:4413:1213:53
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 (-5.59nT).

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