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Solar Flare Report Form

Use a different form for every flare you are tracking

Your Name:    
Your Age (if you are a student):    
Your City/State/Province:    
Your Country:    

Step 1: Did you read the information about flares

   OK, I read the background material
   No, I did not read the background material

Step 2: What flare did you choose to look for in the SID data

Date in UT (Universal Time) of your solar flare:
For example, 2016-07-23

Time in UT of your flare:
For example, 15:16

Class (strength) of your flare:
For example, M6.7

Active region of your flare:
For example, 2565

Step 3: Did you find your flare in the SID data?

Which monitors picked up your flare and what station were they each monitoring? (list all)
For example, WSO-NAA, USU-HWU, AGO-HML,, etc.

Step 4: Did your flare come from a region that started on the farside (back side) of the Sun?

If you found your active region on the farside, when did the active region that caused your flare first appear on the Sun:
e.g. 2016.07.03

Do you have any questions? Or do you want to let us know how you enjoyed this activity? If so, please leave some comments for us!

Congratulations!!! You've completed your flare report. If you wish to receive a certificate acknowledging your report, we need your email address:

Your E-mail:    
(We will only use this to send your certificate.)