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drgl

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  1. At current rates we'd be looking @ ~250. Time will tell
  2. Distant rumble in Shrewsbury. Looks to be over the Long Mynd again.
  3. If past cycles mean anything I would hope the next 2-3 winters see something cooler. If they end up like this year then it looks like any link to low sun spot activity and colder winters is toast Time will tell....
  4. Be great if you could post some pictures up
  5. Went to Prague in December 2005 and had a great time! I'm sure it's changed a lot since then though, would love to go back some time to see! I recall the cold feeling very different to the UK, a very dry cold which makes sense! We went on a trip with a guide who was a Czech English teacher, he told us some good places to look at and sample a proper Czech pub off the beaten track
  6. I think the biggest question is how much "global warming" or "climate change" will play out with this IF we see the sun go as quiet as some expect. Interesting times for sure. The biggest danger IMO is a quiet sun lulls some into a false sense of security and nothing is done to kerb harmful emissions. (which ever way you look at it pumping the atmosphere full of gases can't be a good thing!)
  7. If only today's spot had arrived a little earlier!! Not a bad guess I wonder what 2019 will bring?? I'm going for 260-280 spotless days days....
  8. Yep, that pesky spot has ruined my guess of 220 spotless days!
  9. Looking good for my guess of 220 spotless days, just need another run like the last without any TINY pesky spots spoiling things!!!
  10. Thanks, very useful. Spaceweather only ever showed that spot when it was barely visible.
  11. Very clear visible? I check Space weather every day, the spot in question was barely visible from the start, the fact it disappeared so quickly says it all IMO. I can't see how on earth the spot in question could ever have been visible from earth. Anyway, blank again...
  12. Well it's todays date with the image below, Can't see a thing, can you?!
  13. It looks spotless now, can't see a thing yet Space Weather claims there is a small spot! Must be a single pixel! I'm going for 220 spotless days
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