Sunspot activety for cycle 24

From: Fred Valcho (
Date: Tue Dec 15 2009 - 20:14:40 UTC

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    Space Weather News for Dec. 15, 2009
    Just yesterday, sunspot 1035 was nearly invisible.  Today, it is as
    wide as seven planet Earths. The fast-growing active region burst into
    view on Dec. 14th with a magnetic polarity that clearly identifies it
    as a member of new Solar Cycle 24.  If the expansion continues apace, it could soon become the largest sunspot of the year.  Check for movies, photos and updates.
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