NASA spacecraft detected the family of sunspots, dark spots that freckle the face
NASA spacecraft detected the family of sunspots, dark spots that freckle the face of the sun On May 29, 2020, outlining regions of complex magnetic fields, sported the biggest solar flare detected ever since October 2017. The flashes were too low to reach the threshold at which NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center provides signals. However, after observing the activity of sunspots for several months, scientists and space weather forecasters are keeping their eye on this new cluster to see whether they develop or quickly fade. Researchers believe these sunspots will be signs of the sun’s solar cycle ramping up and becoming more powerful.
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