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NASA Says: "Clouds Behaving Strangely"
Science & Tech  (tags: sunspots, clouds, nasa, science, scientists, study, space, investigation, environment, concept, astronomy, ancient, humans, interesting, Gizmos, discovery, climate, news, research, design, technology, computer, history, habitat )

- 1807 days ago -
The clouds, which are the highest in altitude of all the clouds are normally very faint, often too faint to be seen with the naked eye, but they become visible when illuminated by sunlight shining up from below the horizon. Their appearance earlier in the
Scientists Predict Rare 'Hibernation' of Sunspots
Science & Tech  (tags: hibernation, sunspots, Sun, global temperatures )

- 2532 days ago -
US scientists say the familiar sunspot cycle seems to be entering a hibernation period unseen since the 17th century, a pattern that could have a slight cooling effect on global temperatures.
Sun Flower: The Cosmos in Pics
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, interesting, space, scientists, cosmos, stars, planets, sunspots )

- 2745 days ago -
Thousands of spicules are converging on a sunspot, seen at the bottom left of the photo, where they briefly take the shape of a flower. Each spicule lasts about five minutes until the gas peaks and falls back down to the sun.
Why Is the Sun Producing So Few Sunspots?
Science & Tech  (tags: sun, solar, sunspots, phenomenon, nasa, solar cycle, Solar and Heliospheric Observatory )

- 2990 days ago -
A new study reports that the top of the gigantic conveyor belt of plasma moving inside the sun has been running at record-high speeds for the past five years.
Science & Tech  (tags: sun, solar, astronomy, space, science, tech, technology, research, spaceweather, aurora, solar cycle 24, sunspots, climate, energy, environment, world, scientists )

- 3310 days ago -
The focused team of Amateur Radio Station VE3EN are your spaceweather, solar cycle #24 and aurora website connection. With updates every two minutes you can experience the unusual solar phase in which we have entered.
Sunspot Is Harbinger of New Solar Cycle
Science & Tech  (tags: solar power, solar energy, sun, sunspots, satellites )

- 3782 days ago -
A new 11-year cycle of heightened solar activity, bringing with it increased risks for power grids, critical military, civilian and airline communications, GPS signals and even cell phones and ATM transactions, showed signs it was on its way
NOAA Confirms Start of New Sunspot Cycle
Science & Tech  (tags: sunspots, technology )

- 3790 days ago -
WASHINGTON - A new solar cycle is under way. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Friday that the first sunspot of a new 11-year cycle has appeared in the sun's northern hemisphere.

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