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  1. The sun is blank--no sunspots. Credit: SDO/HMI. Sunspot number: 0 What is the sunspot number? Updated Spotless Days Current Stretch: 2 days total: days (74%) total: days (77%) total: days (61%) total: days (28%) total: 32 days (9%).
  2. Sunspots are a common skin problem, however they are not dangerous to the skin. To many they are just unsightly. They develop on the skin after prolonged periods of sun exposure. Any age can get sun spots, although those with lighter skin complexion are more susceptible to them.
  3. Sunspots expand and contract as they move across the surface of the sun and can be as large as 80, km in diameter. Sunspots are magnetic regions on the sun with magnetic field strengths thousands of times stronger than the Earth's magnetic field, and often appear in Author: Steve Graham.
  4. Sunspots: One interesting aspect of the Sun is its sunspots. Sunspots are areas where the magnetic field is about 2, times stronger than Earth's, much higher than anywhere else on the Sun. Because of the strong magnetic field, the magnetic pressure increases .
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  6. Sunspots are a student's most familiar contact with the idea that the Sun changes its appearance in time in a regular way, and that these changes mark times when the Sun is active and capable of producing hazardous storms. Sunspots are actually regions of the solar surface where the magnetic field of the Sun becomes concentrated over fold.
  7. Aug 02,  · Sunspots, also known as liver spots or solar lentigines, are very common. Anyone can get sunspots, but they are more common in people with Author: Adrienne Santos-Longhurst.
  8. Sunspots are storms on the sun's surface that are marked by intense magnetic activity and play host to solar flares and hot gassy ejections from the sun's corona. Dear EarthTalk: don't some scientists point to sunspots and solar wind as having more impact on climate change than human industrial activity?
  9. Sunspots are dark, planet-sized regions that appear on the "surface" of the Sun. Sunspots are "dark" because they are cooler than their surroundings. A large sunspot might have a central temperature of 4, K (about 3,° C or 6,° F), much lower than the 5, K (about 5,° C or 10,° F) temperature of the adjacent photosphere.

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