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  1. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, THE EPIC BLAST: On Dec. 6th, a magnetic filament stretching more than 700,000 km around the sun's southeastern limb erupted, producing a blast of epic proportions. Earth was not in the line of fire. Click to view a must-see movie from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
  2. NEW SUNSPOT: A sunspot is emerging over the sun's northeastern limb, and it appears to be one of the largest of the new solar cycle.
  3. You don't need to tell me that. I am, though, perplexed why individuals are keen to see a quiet sun. It is a fact the cycle will eventually (already far later than expected) ramp up. What will you do when activity becomes moderate to high?
  4. You mean 1103 is a "speck"? Spaceweather.com et al seem to think differently....nice CME from it, that's for sure!
  5. 1011 another new one http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/acute.gif
  6. It is a newbie. Goodbye spotless streak
  7. This is the same Hathaway who consistently changes his views on this particular cycle. It's well documented elsewhere. Hence the egg on face comment. Am aware an X flare can occur at any time and recall the X28 a few years ago (some put it at X40+) and a few other X-rated ones (!) but as far as this cycle prediction is going, I mean nobody knows.
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