Topband: Sunspots Break a Space Age Record

Mike Waters mikewate at
Mon Dec 16 13:54:29 EST 2019

Also, the cosmic rays are somewhat elevated right now. But not like they
were last week.

73, Mike

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From: <swlist at>
Date: Mon, Dec 16, 2019, 11:55 AM
Subject: Sunspots Break a Space Age Record
To: <mikewate at>
Space Weather News for Dec. 16, 2019

SUNSPOTS BREAK A SPACE AGE RECORD: Solar Minimum is officially "deep." 2019
has just broken a Space Age record for days without sunspots. Moreover, an
international panel of scientists led by NOAA and NASA predicts that Solar
Minimum could deepen even further, not reaching its lowest point until
April of 2020. Visit
for the full story.
Above: The blank sun on Dec. 16, 2019. Credit: NASA/Solar Dynamics

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