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8 days blank, 235? for 2019 75%

Solar flux 71

Thermosphere: 3.87

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12 hours ago, SteveB said:

8 days blank, 235? for 2019 75%

Solar flux 71

Thermosphere: 3.87

yeah how come the count isnt 236 today? i think it will correct in time, ive seen this happen before.

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12 minutes ago, Minus 10 said:

yeah how come the count isnt 236 today? i think it will correct in time, ive seen this happen before.

Yeah, I think they  will, or should do 

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9 days blank, 236 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 70

Thermosphere: 3.82

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Another cycle 25 sunspot has appeared sadly. 

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tci=37.9 billion watts

neutron count=8.6%=high

kp index=0 for next 24 hours so flatlining, further cooling of thermosphere and extra cosmic rays coming in.

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10 hours ago, karyo said:

Another cycle 25 sunspot has appeared sadly. 

Solar cycle 25 is on the way!

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Not today it isn't!

1 day blank, 237 for 2019, 74%

Solar flux 71

Thermosphere: 3.79

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Did yesterday's spot get counted? Was its polarity SC25? Thanks 

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4 hours ago, drgl said:

Did yesterday's spot get counted? Was its polarity SC25? Thanks 

Yes, looks like it.  Apparently it was SC25.

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7 minutes ago, Don said:

Yes, looks like it.  Apparently it was SC25.

undetermined...

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12 minutes ago, Minus 10 said:

undetermined...

Yeah, as mentioned previously reverse polarity SS's based on prevailing cycle are not unusual. Some of it, I understand an indicator is which hemisphere and latitude within that hemisphere. I think. 

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2 hours ago, JeffC said:

Yeah, as mentioned previously reverse polarity SS's based on prevailing cycle are not unusual. Some of it, I understand an indicator is which hemisphere and latitude within that hemisphere. I think. 

yes indicators that solar cycle 25 is getting ready to rev up. an analogy: it takes a year to 18 months to get ready for a marathon. solar cycle 25 might not get going until april or possibly september, its anyones guess, but 2020 could have a big sunspotless count.

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2 days blank, 238 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 70

Thermosphere: 3.80

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3 days blank, 239 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 70

Thermosphere: 3.76

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4 days blank, 240 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 75%

Thermosphere: 3.72

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5 days blank, 241 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 70

Thermosphere: 3.74

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THE MAGNETIC AFTERGLOW OF A SOLAR WIND STREAM: This weekend, Arctic skies turned green as a minor stream of solar wind buffeted Earth's magnetic field. Chris Hodgson photographed the geomagnetic glow on Nov. 17th from Abisko, Sweden:

abisko_strip The Magnetic Afterglow Of A Solar Wind Stream.jpg

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6 days blank, 242 for 2019, 75%

Solar flux 70

Thermosphere: 3.69 

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