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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1662B9.0112

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1654 C1.7 00:47 00:51 00:54
1654 C4.3 02:43 02:49 02:54
1654 C1.8 03:51 04:02 04:16
1654 C3.5 05:31 05:36 05:40
1654 C9.2 06:07 06:14 06:18
1654 C3.8 06:37 06:41 06:48
1654 C1.5 08:13 08:16 08:18
1654 M1.2 08:43 09:11 09:17
1654 C1.5 14:21 14:24 14:27
1654 M1.0 14:51 15:07 15:24
1654 C1.6 18:42 18:46 18:50
1654 C4.5 19:37 19:46 20:15
1654 C2.9 21:03 21:08 21:14

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