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Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1961C1.0114

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1974 C2.2 01:46 01:53 01:57
1974 M2.3 02:40 02:57 03:10
1974 C1.7 04:14 04:18 04:21
1974 C6.6 04:25 04:30 04:33
1974 C3.8 06:39 06:46 06:55
1974 C3.3 07:35 07:38 07:43
1974 C2.2 08:59 09:05 09:12
1974 C2.6 10:06 10:12 10:19
1974 C7.2 10:36 10:41 10:51
1974 M1.6 12:29 12:40 12:45
1974 M1.1 13:21 13:28 13:39
1974 M1.0 16:33 16:39 16:42
1971 C3.6 16:49 16:52 16:59
1974 C6.6 17:19 17:24 17:34
1974 C1.7 19:31 19:35 19:39

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