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    05/15/2015 | The K7RA Solar Update

    This week our quiet sun came alive, and the visible solar disc now is crowded with sunspots.
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    05/01/2015 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Both solar flux and daily sunspot numbers declined.
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    01/23/2015 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Unsettled conditions in the forecast
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    04/23/2010 | The K7RA Solar Update

    A Sun with no sunspots! The quiet Sun returned -- through Thursday, April 22, there have been eight days straight with no sunspots. A new spot began to emerge on Wednesday, but it quickly faded. For the next 10 days NOAA/USAF predict solar flux at 78, 78,
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  • 10/02/2009 | The K7RA Solar Update

    With the appearance of two sunspots, the past 11 days had some nice HF propagation. Combined with quiet geomagnetic conditions and month after month of quiet Sun, it seems quite a dramatic relief. Sunspot 1026 has faded away, and sunspot 1027 -- which app
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  • 08/21/2009 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The quiet Sun continues to baffle us. If there are no sunspots today -- and I don't expect any to emerge -- this will be the 42nd day in a row with no sunspots; July 10 was the last day we saw any spots. There is really no way to predict when the next sun
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  • Scientists predict that Solar Cycle 24 will peak in May 2013 with 90 sunspots per day on average. [Graph courtesy of Space Weather Prediction Center]

    05/11/2009 | Scientists Predict Solar Cycle 24 to Peak in 2013

    At the annual Space Weather Workshop held in Boulder, Colorado last month, an international panel of experts led by NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) predicted that Solar Cycle 24 will peak in May 2013 with 90 sunspots per day on average. If t
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  • 04/09/2009 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Again, there were no sunspots this week -- same as we've reported for the last three weeks. In this time of the quiet Sun, has a new feature keeping track of all these days with no spots. On the left side of the page at below the i
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