Viewing archive of Saturday, 13 February 2016

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
461B3.761

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2497 B8.9 00:20 00:26 00:32
2497 B8.0 00:59 01:03 01:06
2497 B6.6 06:46 06:50 06:54
2497 C1.3 08:25 08:31 08:34
2497 C2.8 10:04 10:09 10:13
2497 B8.5 10:58 11:01 11:06
2497 B6.9 13:32 13:43 13:58
2497 M1.8 15:16 15:24 15:26
2497 C1.6 18:50 18:55 19:02
2497 C2.5 20:45 21:05 21:12
2497 C1.1 21:29 21:34 21:40
- B9.5 21:57 22:01 22:06
- C2.1 22:07 22:13 22:16
- B8.6 23:41 23:54 00:02

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