Solar surface experiences dramatic sunspot breakout in 24 hour period

     

August 26, 2011SPACEOne day the Sun’s activity is fading into near obscurity and 24 hours later, the surface is peppered with sunspots (center). Though solar activity is still marginal on the Sun during this 24th cycle compared to previous ones, it still continues to spring new surprises. It is this type of erratic behavior that may be some cause for concern for potent solar storms in the years ahead for Earth when solar activity is expected to peak. The Sun is expected to reach it’s solar maximum somewhere between 2012 and 2013. –The Extinction Protocol
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4 Responses to Solar surface experiences dramatic sunspot breakout in 24 hour period

  1. Harry says:

    How alarmed by this should we be?

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  2. I’m not alarmed, but I think this is fascinating to watch.

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  3. Jim Thorpe says:

    Awesome

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