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  1. and Ozone continues to increase
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    sunspot number is 22 for two sunspots that makes both 11 as I believe that is the lowest we can go for one area. Tomorrow should be blank!!
  3. jonboy

    Antarctic Ice Discussion

    So lack of ozone depletion is now a bad thing!!!
  4. No Anyweather was making the point that when snoway said he thought cold spells late april early may where becoming more regular that this was nothing new and I remember in the 70's 80's this being true. Climate has always changed in cycles the only question is has man made those cycles more pronounced my answer is unlikely
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Now updated to 56 days and a flux of 68
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Now 54 days and solar flux 68
  7. jonboy

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    I would imagine something between 250 and 275. There is no reason to expect any significant activity. I would imagine we may see the odd spot that would last two or three days at most with the odd group last a full cycle of the face.
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    It has now been updated to 2 days
  9. jonboy

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    It appears they have sunspot number SN as 11 also
  10. jonboy

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    Didn't know about this site great find
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    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    the only time it could be in this cycle is 2009
  12. jonboy

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    The laymans sunspot count did that until the end of last year and certainly shows as below comparisons against older cycles
  13. jonboy

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    For me this hopefully will give science a real chance to observe true effects of a deep minimum which hopefully will give us a better insight into how solar cycles effect our planet and thus projections based on fact rather than theoretical models
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