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    10/19/2012 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Sunspot activity rose this week, with the average daily sunspot numbers up more than 45 points to 97, while the average daily solar flux rose more than 24 points to 129.2.
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    10/12/2012 | The K7RA Solar Update

    There was another decline in sunspot activity this week, but based on activity over the past few days, combined with the projected solar flux values, it is making a steady recovery.
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    06/08/2012 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The average daily sunspot numbers increased about 60 percent during the past week (May 31-June 6), when compared to the previous seven days (May 24-30). The increase was 48.5 points, from 81.9 to 130.4. The average daily solar flux was also up: 18.6 point
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    04/23/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Both the average daily sunspot numbers and solar flux were both higher for the week: Sunspot numbers up more than 3 points to 93.1 and the solar flux up by 8 points to 117.2. Geomagnetic activity was a bit lower -- with April 20 the most active day -- aft
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    02/25/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The average solar flux was nearly unchanged this week, up just 0.3 point to 103.8, while the average daily sunspot number was down 4.9 points to 65. Sunspot groups 1161 and 1162 -- which brought so much activity last week -- have now rotated across our Su
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    08/05/2010 | Active Sun Puts on Display for Earth

    It was quite a busy weekend for our Sun. During the late hours of Friday, July 30, a magnificent coronal mass ejection (CME) billowed away from the eastern limb of the Sun; the source of the blast was apparently sunspot 1092. On Sunday, August 1 at approx
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    06/08/2010 | Space Weather and Solar Storms to be Topics at Upcoming Forum in Nation’s Capital

    The National Space Weather Program Council will be conducting a forum in Washington, DC next month. The Space Weather Enterprise Forum, scheduled for June 8 at the National Press Club, will discuss how solar storms affect today’s technological society. Th
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