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Solar Flare Diary

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Solar Active Regions:

May 21, 2004

Directions:
Print and fill out this form each day for 2 weeks to complete your solar flare diary. When you've finished with your diary, give it to your Girl Scout L eader. To check on today's GOES 8 or NOAA information, click the appropriate buttons below. To learn how to interpret GOES 8 and NOAA information, click the help button.

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How may flares for today can you find on the GOES 8 plot?

Active Region

Did it Flare?

Circle your answer.

Size of Flare (class)

Circle the flare's class.

0606

Yes

No

C

M

X

0609

Yes

No

C

M

X

0612

Yes

No

C

M

X

0613

Yes

No

C

M

X

0615

Yes

No

C

M

X

0617

Yes

No

C

M

X

0618

Yes

No

C

M

X

Were any interesting phenomena caused by any today's flares?
(You will need to answer this question later...)
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Last Updated: January 03, 2007