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2006 December 5-6

 
A very intense X-ray flare (class: X9.0) was measured at 10:18 UT on December 5.

Three powerful X-ray flares occurred on December 6. The first one started at 08:02 UT and it was located in active region NOAA 10930 (S04° E63°). The second and the third flare were located in the same region than the first one. The second one was the most powerful and its class was X6.5. A CME was observed at 22:12 UT and its speed was 935 km/s.


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