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9 days blank, 153 for 2019 67%

Solar flux 67

Thermosphere: 3.01

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10 days blank, 154 for 2019 67%

Solar flux 68

Thermosphere: 2.96

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11 days blank, 155 for 2019 67%

Solar flux 68

Thermosphere: 3.06

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12 days blank, 156 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 68

Thermosphere: 3.04

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On 15/08/2019 at 10:31, weirpig said:

Quite  infact  we could get quite close   to  2009        my guess is around 250 

I'm going to put it out there on a hunch and say no more sunspots for the rest of the year and well into 2020, maybe even the majority of 2020 spotless if not the whole year i.e. the beginning of a Dalton type minima

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13 days blank, 156 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 68

Thermosphere: 3.11

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14 days blank, 157 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 67

Thermosphere: 3.05

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21 hours ago, John Badrick said:

I'm going to put it out there on a hunch and say no more sunspots for the rest of the year and well into 2020, maybe even the majority of 2020 spotless if not the whole year i.e. the beginning of a Dalton type minima

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15 days blank, 158 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 67

Thermosphere: 3.05

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16 days blank, 160 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere 3.06

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adjusted flux 66.9, pretty low!

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17 days blank, 161 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 68

Thermosphere: 3.08

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18 days blank, 162 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere: 3.05

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ARCTIC AURORA SEASON BEGINS: They're back. Auroras are reappearing around the Arctic Circle as the Midnight Sun finally dims. "After nearly five months of intense sunlight, the sky above Sweden's Abisko National Park has darkened and Northern Lights have returned," reports Chad Blakley, whose automated webcam captured these auroras just after midnight on August 24th:

Arctic Aurora season begins.jpg

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10 hours ago, SteveB said:

18 days blank, 162 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere: 3.05

solar flux 66 this is very low!! 

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1 hour ago, John Badrick said:

solar flux 66 this is very low!! 

It is, everything about the sun is very low at the moment. 

Very quiet

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19 days blank, 163 for 2019 68%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere 3.03

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20 days blank, 164 for 2019 69%

Solar flux 67

Thermosphere: 3.03

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21 days blank, 165 for 2019 69%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere: 3.07

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Probably been posted before    but can we get on the list?.

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5 hours ago, weirpig said:

Probably been posted before    but can we get on the list?.

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I'm fairly sure we've had nearly 40 days blank early this year, and maybe another near the 30 mark. We've had about 4 or 5 occasions of over 20 days too. The list should be updated to reflect this, that is unless they use another firm of count that recorded a tiny spot and thus broke the sequence. 

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22 days blank, 166 for 2019 69%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere: 3.10

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20 hours ago, SteveB said:

I'm fairly sure we've had nearly 40 days blank early this year, and maybe another near the 30 mark. We've had about 4 or 5 occasions of over 20 days too. The list should be updated to reflect this, that is unless they use another firm of count that recorded a tiny spot and thus broke the sequence. 

We didn't according to the SIDC count and that's what the table shows, so no update required. It's all moot anyway; see the 'Word of Caution' section here:

http://sidc.oma.be/silso/spotless

 

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23 days blank,  167 for 2019 69%

Solar flux 66

Thermosphere: 3.12

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