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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1570C1.895

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1974 C3.2 00:35 00:52 01:06
1974 M1.8 01:32 01:40 01:50
1974 C5.4 02:14 02:18 02:24
1974 C7.4 02:25 02:29 02:32
1974 M1.0 02:41 02:51 03:04
1974 C2.8 05:33 05:36 05:40
1974 M1.7 05:49 06:07 06:13
1977 C3.6 07:04 07:10 07:30
1974 M1.0 08:05 08:12 08:19
1974 C8.4 10:29 10:48 10:53
1974 C3.0 12:33 12:42 13:16
1974 M1.4 15:45 15:57 16:06
1974 C6.6 19:50 19:55 19:58
1974 C2.7 21:32 21:38 21:43

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