Viewing archive of Friday, 14 February 2003

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1131B4.191

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0284 C5.0 02:02 02:12 02:18
0276 B5.6 04:02 04:06 04:11
0284 C5.2 05:18 05:26 05:33
0282 C1.7 06:28 06:37 06:46
- C1.2 07:02 07:11 07:18
0284 C1.4 08:37 08:47 08:57
0284 M1.2 09:07 09:18 09:23
0284 C1.2 11:26 11:47 11:57
0284 C1.3 12:47 13:03 13:11
0276 C2.2 14:17 14:25 14:33
0280 C2.1 19:19 19:28 19:37
0287 B9.4 21:27 21:31 21:37

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