Motions in the Sun reveal inner workings of sunspot cycleWritten by Copernical Team
Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany (SPX) Jun 26, 2020
The Sun's magnetic activity follows an eleven-year cycle. Over the course of a solar cycle, the Sun's magnetic activity comes and goes. During solar maximum, large sunspots and active regions appear on the Sun's surface. Spectacular loops of hot plasma stretch throughout the Sun's atmosphere and eruptions of particles and radiation shoot into interplanetary space. During solar minimum, the
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