Viewing archive of Thursday, 14 January 1999

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
861B4.4112

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8440 C6.5 00:52 01:00 01:06
8440 C1.3 03:27 03:37 03:42
- C1.2 08:14 08:18 08:22
8439 C2.8 09:04 09:10 09:16
- M3.0 10:07 10:20 10:33
8440 C1.7 13:45 13:49 13:58
- C2.4 14:05 14:10 14:13
- C1.1 15:36 15:39 15:43
8439 C2.3 15:54 15:58 16:23
8440 C1.3 16:51 16:56 17:02
- M1.4 18:55 19:03 19:14
8440 C1.4 21:27 21:30 21:32
8440 C2.6 23:16 23:24 23:28

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