Sunspots Visible

Posted by BC on September 24th, 2009

Sunspots 1026 and 1027 - spaceweather.com   Solar Cycle 24 is underweigh! Two more sunspot complexes are visible on the face of Sun. Cycle 24 is still slow to develop features, but with even the slightest activity, we are encouraged. Perhaps the minimum is ever so slowly coming to a close.

Aurora activity has increase in high latitudes, and aurora watchers are anxiously awaiting stronger activity to bring more intense aurora events. For solar activity reports, go to spaceweather.com.

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