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Space Earth Science

Solar Cycle 24 May Have Finally Begun 72

Posted by kdawson
from the here-comes-the-oh-never-mind dept.
xyz writes "NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center reports that the number of sunspots in October for Solar Cycle 24 outnumbered Solar Cycle 23 for the first time, indicating the start of a new solar cycle. Solar activity was observed to be at a 50-year low, with no sunspots for 200 days this year."
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Solar Cycle 24 May Have Finally Begun

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