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What modulates our Sun? The majority of science work on the principle that the Sun is self modulating and each solar cycle is a product of a random number generator. There are others that suspect the Sun is modulated by the planets with a special emphasis on Uranus & Neptune. Thanks to Carl Smith who has recently left us we have new knowledge that significantly adds to Jose, Landscheidt & Charvàtovà's work.

Geoff Sharp

February - June 2016 News

JUNE NEWS

Eight spotless days are recorded with the overall area not changing. There have been 14 spotless days this month and F10.7 flux has been under 100 for 40 days straight. The LSC monthly average for June is 8.0, have we reached solar minimum already?

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
75.4 (76.0)   2016/06/30 08:00

Seven spotless days are recorded with the overall area not changing. There have been 13 spotless days so far this month and F10.7 flux has been under 100 for 39 days straight. The LSC monthly moving average dropping another point.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
76.0 (75.5)   2016/06/29 08:00

Six spotless days are recorded with the overall area decreasing. There have been 12 spotless days so far this month and F10.7 flux has been under 100 for 38 days straight. June is shaping up to be the lowest month of activity since the SC23/24 minimum.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 9

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
75.5 (78.0)   2016/06/28 08:00

Five spotless days are recorded with the overall area decreasing. There have been 11 spotless days so far this month and F10.7 flux has been under 100 for 37 days straight. Locarno unable to find a speck to count today.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 9

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
78.0 (79.2)   2016/06/27 08:00

Four spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing. There have been 10 spotless days so far this month and F10.7 flux has been under 100 for 36 days straight.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 7 9

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
79.2 (79.6)   2016/06/26 08:00

Three spotless days are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux now under 80..

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
79.6 (78.2)   2016/06/25 08:00

Two spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 7 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
78.2 (80.0)   2016/06/24 08:00

One spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Locarno managing to find specks today that are almost invisible of the SDO image...thats some telescope?

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 8 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
**SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
80.0 (80.9)   2016/06/23 08:00

 

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 heading towards sub 80. The second run of spotless days this month is looking to happen tomorrow...

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 16 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 919 (2375)  63% (66%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
80.9 (82.9)   2016/06/22 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 going lower again with Stereo Ahead looking weak. A big weather system on the jet stream heading for the South East of Australia.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 16 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 2375 (3815)  66% (72%)
2556 492 (504) 72% (66%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.9 (87.1)   2016/06/21 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux staying low.

Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 25 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 3815 (5093)  72% (75%)
2556 504 (509) 66% (48%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.1 (87.9)   2016/06/20 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. Has the SILSO sold out the sunspot record? In breaking news there are 4 papers published this year that pose serious questions to the Svalgaard/Clette review of the international sunspot number that ended up changing the sunspot record last July. If the challenges are withheld it would seem the most important sunspot record of 400 years has been allowed to be manipulated to reflect the views of just two people who could be seriously argued as having their own agenda rather than basing the outcome on rigorous science. The Svalgaard/Clette revised Group Sunspot Number has also been challenged. It will be interesting if this topic comes up on WUWT? The links to the papers can be found HERE.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

Australia continues to experience the effects of large East Coast Low's this winter... The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 5093 (6341)  75% (77%)
2556 509 (344) 48% (56%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.9 (86.3)   2016/06/19 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 32 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 6341 (7372)  77% (75%)
2556 344 56%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.3 (89.4)   2016/06/18 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. My paper reaching 4000 official downloads from the IJAA..

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 28 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 7372 (7712)  75% (76%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.4 (91.0)   2016/06/17 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Quiet times ahead...

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 7712 (7723)  76% (76%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.0 (90.1)   2016/06/16 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area again staying the same. A big gap between Locarno and the LSC again today..

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 33 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 7723 (6902)  76% (78%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.1 (90.4)   2016/06/15 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying the same. Stereo Ahead looking quiet again.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 27 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 6902 (6043)  78% (77%)
2554 1004 (2081) 60% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.4 (93.9)   2016/06/14 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux dropping again.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Locarno 29 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 6043 (4725)  77% (73%)
2554 2081 (2021) 58% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.9 (97.1)   2016/06/13 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux rising but still under 100.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 31 9

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2553 4725 (2794)  73% (73%)
2554 2021 65%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.1 (90.9)   2016/06/12 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average now on the up.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Manual -- 7

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2552 1324 (2233) 68% (68%)
2553 2794 (1157)  73% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.9 (87.5)   2016/06/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
24 Locarno 24 6

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2552 2233 (2365) 68% (74%)
2553 1157  73%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.5 (87.8)   2016/06/10 08:00

One  sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Are we now in the SC24/25 minimum?

Wanted: Someone to build a software model that could interpret solar activity from the outer four planet angles taken from the JPL Ephemeris using my theory. I can provide the scale and power associated with the angles through some simple rules, I think the outcome would closely match the Holocene solar proxy record and ultimately provide proof of concept in a blockbuster paper?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
13 Locarno 13 4

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2552 2365 74%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.8 (82.6)   2016/06/09 08:00

Six spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing. The spotless run looks to be over tomorrow.

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 10 3

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.6 (80.8)   2016/06/08 08:00

Five spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing a minor amount. The spotless run continues for now with F10.7 flux staying the same.

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 3

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
80.8 (80.8)   2016/06/07 08:00

Four spotless days are recorded with the overall area staying the same. Locarno somehow finding a few specks?

A big east coast low was devastating over Australia with cyclonic winds and upto 600mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 14 3

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
80.8 (81.5)   2016/06/06 08:00

Three spotless days are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still dropping..The daily image pending ftp access.

A big east coast low is forming over Australia with cyclonic winds and 250mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 4

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
81.5 (82.4)   2016/06/05 08:00

Two spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing a tiny amount. F10.7 flux looking to go sub 80?..The daily image pending ftp access.

A big east coast low is forming over Australia with cyclonic winds and 250mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 7 5

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.4 (85.7)   2016/06/04 08:00

One spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Even Locarno couldnt find a speck on the face of the Sun today, it has been a long time since this has occurred. The daily image pending ftp access.

A big east coast low is forming over Australia with cyclonic winds and 250mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 0 7

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
85.7 (87.7)   2016/06/03 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Tomorrow is looking to be spotless. A big east coast low is forming over Australia that will come with cyclonic winds and 250mm of rain. The past 6 years has seen an increase in low pressure systems and low pressure troughs that can create low pressure systems. The last 6 months has seen a peak in this activity so far. Ozone changes due to low UV output is probably the cause and with more to come with the declining SC24 which has seen F10.7 flux well below 100 for most of this year coupled with the predicted La Nina and Antarctic jet streams, we should expect a very cold 2016 winter in the southern hemisphere.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 10 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2551 643 (1075) 50% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.7 (88.4)   2016/06/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Flux F10.7 flux remaining below 90. The errors in yesterdays update ammended.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 30 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2551 1075 (698) 57% (79%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.4 (89.0)   2016/06/01 08:00

MAY NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. THE LSC monthly average for May is 18.06, since October last year the Monthly average has averaged just under 19.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Manual -- 18.06

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2551 698 79%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.0 (88.7)   2016/05/31 08:00

One spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. THE LSC monthly average dropping another point...the last few months hovering around 19.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.7 (85.3)   2016/05/30 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux now well under 90.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2548 669 (1390) 52% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
85.3 (90.1)   2016/05/29 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average dropping along with F10.7 flux.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Manual -- 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2548 1390 (2401) 58% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.1 (92.8)   2016/05/28 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
15 Locarno 29 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2548 2401 (2657) 57% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.8 (94.2)   2016/05/27 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux continues to fall..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
24 Locarno 24 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 2300 (5380) 83% (81%)
2548 2657 65%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.2 (96.1)   2016/05/26 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Some more action coming tomorrow..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 35 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 5380 (7917) 81% (86%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.1 (96.7)   2016/05/25 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux going lower

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 17 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 7917 (10880) 86% (83%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.7 (99.8)   2016/05/24 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux remaining the same.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Manual -- 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 10880 (11368) 83% (83%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.8 (99.8)   2016/05/23 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
12 Locarno 26 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 12327 (13688) 83% (81%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.8 (100.2)   2016/05/22 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
14 Locarno 14 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 13688 (14072) 81% (80%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.2 (102.0)   2016/05/21 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area staying about the same. Will we start to see the return of the unipolar (single spot) type regions as seen during the slow early stages of SC24?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 32 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 14072 (12851) 80% (83%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
102.0 (101.2)   2016/05/20 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. The LSC monthly average dropping one point.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 12851 (11791) 83% (83%)
2544 1116 (2093) 69% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
101.2 (104.7)   2016/05/19 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Downward pressure now being applied to the LSC monthly average.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 16 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 11791 (10161) 83% (81%)
2544 2093 (2836) 63% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.7 (105.6)   2016/05/18 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Stereo Ahead looking weak...

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 23 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 10161 (7342) 81% (83%)
2544 2836 (3381) 63% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.6 (104.3)   2016/05/17 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux already dropping..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 37 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2546 7342 (4546) 83% (83%)
2544 3381 (2885) 57% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.3 (110.8)   2016/05/16 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The south showing some strength at last.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 62 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 570 (1523) 43% (54%)
2546 4546 (1679) 83% (79%)
2544 2885 65%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
110.8 (103.4)   2016/05/15 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values finishes at 26 days.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 56 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 1523 (3289) 54% (61%)
2546 1679 79%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.4 (95.4)   2016/05/14 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 26 days and counting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
27 Locarno -- 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 3289 (4307) 61% (63%)
2545 1004 (1722) 59% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.4 (93.9)   2016/05/13 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 25 days and counting. The LSC monthly average now on the up.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
43 Manual -- 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 4307 (2928) 63% (67%)
2543 1457 (1801) 64% (62%)
2545 1722 70%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.9 (95.8)   2016/05/12 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 24 days and counting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
27 Manual -- 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 2928 (3398) 67% (69%)
2543 1801 (1286) 62% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.8 (90.5)   2016/05/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 23 days and counting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
25 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 3398 (3472) 69% (70%)
2543 1286 73%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.5 (90.2)   2016/05/10 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area staying about the same. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 22 days and counting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
13 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 3472 (3534) 70% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.2 (85.6)   2016/05/09 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 21 days and counting (heading towards sub 80?) The LSC monthly average dropping more.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 3534 (3167) 70% (69%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
85.6 (89.7)   2016/05/08 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 20 days and counting..The LSC monthly average dropping more.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 19 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 3167 (2527) 69% (62%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.7 (91.2)   2016/05/07 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 19 days and counting..The LSC monthly average dropping.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 35 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 2527 (1571) 62% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.2 (88.7)   2016/05/06 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 18 days and counting..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
12 Locarno 41 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2542 1571 63%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.7 (91.6)   2016/05/05 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 17 days and counting..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 44 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2536 810 (1008) 58% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.6 (91.5)   2016/05/04 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 16 days and counting..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 48 27

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2536 1008 (2119) 65% (56%)
2535 428 (450) 60% (69%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.5 (91.3)   2016/05/03 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2535 back for another go. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 15 days and counting..

Today the south coast of Australia is subject to extreme conditions via the jet stream. We have experienced very mild conditions so far this autumn mainly because of low pressure troughs sucking warmer air out of the interior. There is a good case the pressure troughs and jet stream action is linked to low solar output.

 

 

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 60 31

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2536 2119 (2665) 56% (61%)
2539 731 (1022) 59% (69%)
2535 450 69%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.3 (93.6)   2016/05/02 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux monthly average  has been under 100 for 2 months running. The current run of sub 100 F10.7 daily values is 14 days and counting..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
34 Manual -- 34

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 1006 (1607) 61% (63%)
2536 2665 (3449) 61% (62%)
2539 1022 69%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.6 (95.4)   2016/05/01 08:00

 

APRIL NEWS

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. The LSC monthly average for April is 15.43.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
37 Locarno 62 15.43

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 1607 (2271) 63% (67%)
2535 533 (830) 69% (63%)
2536 3449 (2194) 62% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.4 (93.8)   2016/04/30 08:00

Four sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying about the same.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
45 Locarno 61 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 2271 (2753) 67% (71%)
2535 830 (573) 63% (73%)
2536 2194 (1365) 59% (65%)
2537 527 (1292) 48% (56%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.8 (96.3)   2016/04/29 08:00

Four sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. It has been sometime since the LSC has recorded 4 sunspot groups at one time..interestingly the F10.7 flux remaining below 100 for now.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
51 Locarno 79 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 2753 (3034) 71% (65%)
2535 573 73%
2536 1365 65%
2537 1292 56%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.3 (93.8)   2016/04/28 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC & Locarno showing a big difference today..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 52 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 3034 (3082) 65% (68%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.8 (88.3)   2016/04/27 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average dropping 1 point.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 3082 (3261) 68% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.3 (82.9)   2016/04/26 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2532 not passing the 24 hour rule.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 33 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 3261 (3021) 73% (72%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.9 (82.8)   2016/04/25 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 25 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 3021 (2622) 72% (72%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.8 (79.6)   2016/04/24 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average dropping slowly.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 2622 (1981) 72% (66%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
79.6 (77.5)   2016/04/23 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux well under 80, and records the same value as yesterday.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 14 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 1981 (1276) 66% (46%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
77.5 (77.5)   2016/04/22 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux well under 80, which is a typical value seen at the last solar minimum.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 1276 (533) 56% (46%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
77.5 (84.0)   2016/04/21 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux now well under 90.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 17 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2533 533 46%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
84.0 (89.9)   2016/04/20 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux now under 90.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Locarno 21 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 3446 (8222) 67% (74%)
2532 469 (573) 64% (52%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.9 (95.4)   2016/04/19 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux again under 100.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Locarno 21 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 8222 (13084) 74% (79%)
2532 573 52%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.4 (102.9)   2016/04/18 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux again heading for 100.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 13084 (17085) 79% (82%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
102.9 (114.0)   2016/04/17 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 17085 (19251) 82% (82%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
114.0 (113.2)   2016/04/16 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slighty.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Locarno 22 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 19251 (19577) 82% (82%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.2 (111.8)   2016/04/15 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area staying about the same. The pipeline not looking too strong on Stereo Ahead.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 33 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 19577 (19409) 82% (82%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
111.8 (108.8)   2016/04/14 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux on the way back down again. Region 2530 did not pass the 24 hour rule and is removed from the record.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 19409 (18633) 82% (81%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
108.8 (111.9)   2016/04/13 08:00

Two One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. 

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 30 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 18633 (16597) 81% (82%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
111.9 (117.2)   2016/04/12 08:00

One sunspot group  is recorded with the overall area increasing.  Region 2529 will put upward pressure on the LSC monthly average for the next 5-7 days. The same region showing strong magnetic strength (darkness) contrary to the L&P theory.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
28 Locarno 37 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 16597 (14102) 82% (79%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
117.2 (111.1)   2016/04/11 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing.  Region 2529 growing quickly..F10.7 flux now over 100, we had 51 days continually under 100.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 27 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 14102 (8799) 79% (81%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
111.1 (105.9)   2016/04/10 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux now over 100, we had 51 days continually under 100.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
14 Locarno 22 7

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 8799 (4215) 81% (78%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.9 (98.6)   2016/04/09 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (51 days and counting). The 100 threshold may be broken soon.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Manual -- 6

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2529 4215 78%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.6 (92.5)   2016/04/08 08:00

Two spotless days are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (50 days and counting). The spotless run will end tomorrow.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 14 6

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.5 (87.2)   2016/04/07 08:00

One spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (49 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels heading up a little today.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 14 7

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.2 (83.5)   2016/04/06 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (48 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. Region 2628 did not pass the 24 hour rule and is removed from the record.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
88 Locarno 31 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 879 (1926) 55% (64%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
83.5 (83.5)   2016/04/05 08:00

Two One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (47 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. The SC20/24 F10.7 comparison graph below showing the story..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 1926 (2915) 64% (68%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
83.5 (82.3)   2016/04/04 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (46 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. The SC20/24 F10.7 comparison graph below showing the story..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 2915 (4039) 68% (74%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.3 (81.5)   2016/04/03 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (45 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. The solar slump continues...

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 4039 (4894) 74% (75%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
81.5 (82.0)   2016/04/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (44 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. The LSC monthly average for March is 14.77 14.74... as small error fixed in the March LSC monthly average.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 8 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 4894 (5228) 75% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
82.0 (81.6)   2016/04/01 08:00

MARCH NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (43 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux levels threatening to go below 80. The LSC monthly average for March is 14.77 14.74...the decline is unbroken so far.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 14.74

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 5228 (5502) 73% (75%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
81.6 (83.6)   2016/03/31 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (42 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). flux levels on the dive again..

Some say SC24 is just "business as usual" but the above graphic (magnetic strength) clearly showing a change at the poles?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 5502 (6217) 76% (75%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
83.6 (87.4)   2016/03/30 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (41 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Locarno committing group splitting crimes again today...

Some say SC24 is just "business as usual" but the above graphic (magnetic strength) clearly showing a change at the poles?

 

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
13 Locarno 19 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2526 6217 (5538) 75% (75%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.5 (87.4)   2016/03/29 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (40 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 377 (1021) 53% (64%)
2526 5538 (4706) 75% (76%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.4 (87.9)   2016/03/28 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (39 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 19 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 1021 (1655) 64% (67%)
2526 4706 (3615) 76% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.9 (85.1)   2016/03/27 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying about the same. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (38 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 23 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 1655 (2799) 67% (64%)
2526 3615 (2847) 70% (53%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
85.1 (85.1)   2016/03/26 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (37 days and counting and continues to stay very low). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 23 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 2799 (3526) 64% (75%)
2526 2847 (929) 53% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
85.1 (86.0)   2016/03/25 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (36 days and counting and continues to dive). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Locarno 24 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 3526 (4261) 75% (67%)
2526 929 58%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.0 (86.2)   2016/03/24 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (35 days and counting and continues to dive). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Some have been asking what are the ramifications of F10.7 flux staying under 100? There is real potential for the flux levels to stay under 100 for the next 3-5 years, this will mark the next solar minimum which should have a downward effect overall on global temps. We will see.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 17 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 4261 (5106) 67% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.2 (86.7)   2016/03/23 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (34 days and counting and continues to dive). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). .

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 17 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 5106 (5533) 67% (66%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.7 (88.2)   2016/03/22 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (33 days and counting and continues to dive). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). .

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 23 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2524 5533 (5208) 66% (64%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.2 (86.9)   2016/03/21 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (32 days and counting and continues to dive). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Locarno again today guilty of group splitting withe the obscene 3 way split of region 2524.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 32 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 570 (1123) 56% (55%)
2524 5208 (4452) 64% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.9 (88.6)   2016/03/20 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (31 days and counting). F10.7 flux recording less than 100 for over a month (flux levels currently under 90). Locarno again today guilty of group splitting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 25 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 1123 (1752) 55% (53%)
2524 4452 (3094) 59% (60%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.6 (89.5)   2016/03/19 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (30 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux? (flux levels currently under 90). Locarno again today guilty of group splitting.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 26 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 1752 (2104) 53% (59%)
2524 3094 (1502) 60% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.5 (90.7)   2016/03/18 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (29 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 2104 (2301) 59% (63%)
2524 1502 54%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
90.7 (91.0)   2016/03/17 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (28 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux? Todays flux level threatening to go below 90.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 2301 (2312) 63% (60%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.0 (93.1)   2016/03/16 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (27 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Locarno 32 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 2312 (2215) 60% (72%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.1 (92.4)   2016/03/15 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (26 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2519 2215 (1953) 72% (67%)
2521 1455 (1322) 56% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.4 (91.5)   2016/03/14 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (25 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
30 Locarno 37 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 346 (558) 64% (54%)
2519 1953 (1516) 67% (65%)
2521 1322 65%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.5 (93.9)   2016/03/13 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (24 days and counting). Will we go a month of less than 100 F10.7 flux?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 48 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 558 (717) 54% (56%)
2519 1516 (1146) 65% (60%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.9 (94.2)   2016/03/12 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (24 days and counting). A very big coronal hole showing up on Stereo Ahead.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 43 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 717 (1168) 56% (49%)
2519 1146 (638) 60% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.2 (93.7)   2016/03/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (23 days and counting). Region 2518 not passing the 24 hour rule and is removed from the record.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 47 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1168 (1289) 49% (49%)
2519 638 58%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.7 (96.0)   2016/03/10 08:00

Two One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (22 days and counting).

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 65 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1289 (1450) 49% (53%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.0 (94.2)   2016/03/09 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (21 days and counting). Region 2512 dying already.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 41 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1450 (1617) 53% (48%)
2512 682 (1403) 50% (55%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.2 (92.8)   2016/03/08 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (20 days and counting).

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Locarno 53 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1617 (1667) 48% (52%)
2512 1403 55%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.8 (94.1)   2016/03/07 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (19 days and counting).

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 59 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1667 (1269) 52% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.1 (94.7)   2016/03/06 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (18 days and counting). Region 2514 not recorded as it did not last 24 hours.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2513 1269 (874) 57% (48%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.7 (98.9)   2016/03/05 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying about the same. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100 (17 days and counting)

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 536 (1218) 47% (51%)
2513 874 (356) 48% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.9 (97.1)   2016/03/04 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying about the same. F10.7 flux still remaining under 100.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 50 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 1218 (1961) 51% (58%)
2513 356 54%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.1 (98.2)   2016/03/03 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. There was an error in the LSC yesterday that has been ammended (moving from 6 to 12).

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
12 Locarno 49 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 1961 (2347) 58% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.2 (96.8)   2016/03/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux still well under 100..The solar polar field graph showing a divergence between the poles like never before seen since records began.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
12 Locarno 42 12

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 2347 (2967) 58% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.8 (89.3)   2016/03/01 08:00

FEBRUARY NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The February LSC monthly average is 19.0, the ramp down continues.The solar polar field graph showing a divergence between the poles like never before seen since records began.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Manual -- 19.00

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 2967 (3395) 59% (68%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.3 (91.5)   2016/02/29 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The solar polar field graph showing a divergence between the poles like never before seen since records began.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Manual -- 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 3395 (2277) 68% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.5 (88.6)   2016/02/28 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The solar polar field graph showing a divergence between the poles like never before seen since records began.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Manual -- 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2506 2277 70%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
88.6 (87.2)   2016/02/27 08:00

Two spotless days are recorded with the overall area increasing. The spotless run is likely to end tomorrow.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 35 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
87.2 (89.9)   2016/02/26 08:00

One spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing, the current small spots falling under the "Wolf" threshold. The LCS moving average falling..Some discussion on planetary infuence on the this blog today..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.9 (86.1)   2016/02/25 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux getting down to levels seen during the last solar minimum.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 23 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 592 (959) 60% (61%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
86.1 (89.8)   2016/02/24 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 20 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 959 (1475) 61% (50%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
89.8 (91.6)   2016/02/23 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. February looking like another low month.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Locarno 32 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1475 (1764) 50% (50%)
2505 2145 (3435) 56% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.6 (93.5)   2016/02/22 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux on the way down again. The LSC monthly average holding steady for now.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
27 Locarno 35 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1764 (1973) 50% (54%)
2505 3435 (1465) 58% (64%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.5 (97.8)   2016/02/21 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 32 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1941 (1973) 56% (54%)
2505 1465 64%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.8 (91.9)   2016/02/20 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux at very low levels..

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 29 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1973 (1669) 54% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.9 (92.7)   2016/02/19 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing slightly.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1669 (1307) 54% (47%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.7 (97.5)   2016/02/18 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average dropping 1 point.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2501 1307 (841) 47% (51%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.5 (101.5)   2016/02/17 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux heading towards sub 100 again.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Manual -- 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 2085 (3890) 65% (73%)
2501 841 (507) 51% (52%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
101.5 (104.7)   2016/02/16 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux continues to drop.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
28 Manual -- 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 3890 (4622) 73% (70%)
2501 507 52%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.7 (105.4)   2016/02/15 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux remaining low.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Manual -- 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 4622 (4320) 70% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.4 (107.5)   2016/02/14 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average fluctuating.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 25 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 4320 (5253) 73% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
107.5 (109.3)   2016/02/13 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
32 Locarno 52 25

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 5253 (4411) 67% (62%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
109.3 (109.8)   2016/02/12 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average holding steady.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 60 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2497 4411 (5225) 62% (62%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
109.8 (109.2)   2016/02/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Stereo Ahead showing mostly weak activity on the way.

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
35 Locarno 50 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 938 (2347) 57% (54%)
2497 5225 (3879) 62% (58%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
109.2 (114.1)   2016/02/10 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The EUV values in the left hand menu going ballistic..the machine must be broken?

A paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
31 Manual -- 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 2347 (4427) 54% (59%)
2497 3879 (2197) 58% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
114.1 (112.1)   2016/02/09 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average jumping up 4 points.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
48 Locarno 76 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 4427 (6116) 59% (63%)
2495 813 (848) 46% (68%)
2497 2197 67%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
112.1 (113.9)   2016/02/08 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. A mini resurgence being witnessed today.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Manual -- 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 6116 (5560) 63% (59%)
2495 848 68%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.9 (114.8)   2016/02/07 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 69 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 5560 (6528) 59% (65%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
114.8 (116.3)   2016/02/06 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The pickup in activity not lasting long..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
15 Locarno 68 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2494 6528 (1645) 65% (75%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
116.3 (119.8)   2016/02/05 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
32 Locarno 76 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2489 831 (3836) 43% (63%)
2490 1515 (1923) 51% (69%)
2494 1645 75%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
119.8 (108.9)   2016/02/04 08:00

Four Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2492/2493 not passing the 24 hour rule and is removed from the record.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Manual -- 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2489 2106 (3836) 58% (63%)
2490 1923 69%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
108.9 (99.1)   2016/02/03 08:00

Two One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The live image showing some activity.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 34 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2489 3836 (5207) 63% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.1 (97.3)   2016/02/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux going lower..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 33 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2489 5207 (5980) 70% (76%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.3 (103.7)   2016/02/01 08:00

 

JANUARY NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average for January is 19.77 which continues the decline of SC24. F10.7 flux again under 100.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
10 Locarno 10 19.77

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2489 5980 (6573) 76% (74%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.3 (103.7)   2016/01/31 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Manual -- 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 668 (1750) 40% (46%)
2489 6573 (7576) 74% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
102.0 (103.7)   2016/01/30 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux heading down towards 100 again.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Locarno 50 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 1750 (3580) 46% (59%)
2489 7876 (7584) 70% (74%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.7 (106.6)   2016/01/29 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthy average holding firm and F10.7 flux continues to fall. January looks to be another low month in the low 20's.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Locarno 52 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 3580 (4669) 59% (62%)
2489 7584 (4483) 74% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
106.6 (109.3)   2016/01/28 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Some late upward pressure on the LSC monthy average.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
37 Locarno 59 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 4669 (5643) 62% (61%)
2489 4483 (1705) 63% (61%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
109.3 (111.3)   2016/01/27 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthy average holding steady for now.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 50 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 5643 (6068) 61% (57%)
2489 1705 61%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
111.3 (104.3)   2016/01/26 08:00

One sunspot groups is recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthy average now ticking up 1 point.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Locarno 46 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 6068 (5197) 57% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.3 (100.6)   2016/01/25 08:00

One sunspot groups is recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2488 growing..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 31 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 5197 (3020) 57% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.6 (95.8)   2016/01/24 08:00

One sunspot groups is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux continuing to fall.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
15 Locarno 35 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2488 3020 (2386) 63% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.8 (97.3)   2016/01/23 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
31 Manual -- 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2487 1639 (2007) 66% (66%)
2488 2386 63%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.3 (100.7)   2016/01/22 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Some increase in activity but the LSC monthly average holding steady for now.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
24 Locarno 31 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2486 891 (873) 54% (55%)
2487 2007 66%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.7 (97.2)   2016/01/21 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Locarno today counting around 6 times the LSC value..Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Locarno 56 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2486 873 (710) 55% (48%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.2 (94.4)   2016/01/20 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. An even larger divergence today between the LSC & SILSO while the LSC monthly average and F10.7 flux continue to fall..Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 47 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2486 710 (414) 48% (50%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.4 (96.7)   2016/01/19 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2486 saving the day with Locarno pushing it to the max today. Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 40 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2486 414 50%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.7 (97.4)   2016/01/18 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Another big day of difference between the LSC and SILSO. Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 38 19

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 1238 (2290) 51% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.4 (96.7)   2016/01/17 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux dropping well under 100 now.. Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
16 Locarno 32 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 2290 (3188) 59% (68%)
2483 917 (1392) 60% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.7 (100.1)   2016/01/16 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux hanging around 100... Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 26 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 3188 (3817) 68% (72%)
2483 1392 (2374) 54% (52%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.1 (99.9)   2016/01/15 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Yesterdays values were out slightly and now corrected, the monthly average stuck on 21 for now. Another paper has my paper referenced, behind a paywall unfortunately.. but if anyone has a link?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Manual -- 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 3817 (4195) 72% (64%)
2483 2374 (3466) 52% (61%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.9 (100.7)   2016/01/14 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC moving average now dropping..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Locarno 25 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 4195 (4447) 64% (68%)
2483 3466 (4157) 61% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.7 (102.0)   2016/01/13 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux heading for below 100 again.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 26 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 4447 (4644) 68% (68%)
2483 4157 (4487) 57% (64%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
102.0 (104.5)   2016/01/12 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average holding steady for now.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
24 Manual -- 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 4644 (4999) 68% (68%)
2483 4487 (1955) 64% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.5 (105.4)   2016/01/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. The EUV values in the left hand menu seem to be reflecting a closer value to F10.7 all of a sudden...maybe they have recalibrated the data?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Manual -- 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2480 4999 (4409) 68% (69%)
2483 1955 (567) 67% (69%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.4 (103.5)   2016/01/10 08:00

Four sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Sunspot area increasing but F10.7 flux falling

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
46 Manual -- 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 887 (1424) 55% (63%)
2480 4409 (3367) 69% (64%)
2481 1408 (1404) 53% (67%)
2483 567 69%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.5 (104.9)   2016/01/09 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average now moving up..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
33 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1424 (1826) 63% (61%)
2480 3367 (1676) 64% (54%)
2481 1404 67%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.9 (99.9)   2016/01/08 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux just under 100.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
21 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1826 (1941) 61% (58%)
2480 1676 54%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.9 (96.9)   2016/01/07 08:00

One sunspot group is  recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Locarno 26 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1941 (1748) 58% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.9 (92.1)   2016/01/06 08:00

One sunspot group is  recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1748 (1422) 67% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.1 (92.2)   2016/01/05 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux falling sharply from an already low point..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1422 (1043) 54% (57%)
2476 919 (1392) 65% (66%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.2 (98.5)   2016/01/04 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Locarno milking the specks again today.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 44 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 1043 (622) 57% (55%)
2476 1392 66%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.5 (96.6)   2016/01/03 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux remaining low.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
8 Manual -- 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2477 622 55%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.6 (95.1)   2016/01/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The new year is off to a slow start, will 2016 continue to see a steady decline of SC24?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
14 Locarno 29 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 1374 (2589) 49% (60%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
95.1 (93.0)   2016/01/01 08:00

 

DECEMBER NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average for December is 21.52, the low months just keep on coming. Happy New Year to all :)

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Manual -- 21.52

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 2589 (4892) 60% (71%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.0 (98.1)   2015/12/31 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux below 100 again..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 26 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 4892 (7614) 71% (71%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
98.1 (101.9)   2015/12/30 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2473 now in decay and F10.7 flux at low levels..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
32 Locarno 43 22

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 7614 (10099) 71% (70%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
101.9 (108.3)   2015/12/29 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. I have been away for a few days and will bring the record up to speed soon...a belated merry xmas to all.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
38 Locarno 46 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 10099 (9923) 70% (63%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
108.3 (106.7)   2015/12/28 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. I have been away for a few days and will bring the record up to speed soon...a belated merry xmas to all.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
32 Locarno 46 21

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2473 9923 (12813) 63% (61%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
106.7 (113.5)   2015/12/27 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. I have been away for a few days and will bring the record up to speed soon...a belated merry xmas to all.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
44 Locarno 44 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2472 542 (1249) 63% (62%)
2473 12813 (13089) 61% (62%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.5 (122.3)   2015/12/26 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. I have been away for a few days and will bring the record up to speed soon...a belated merry xmas to all.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
41 Locarno 55 20

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 1109 (3452) 73% (78%)
2472 1249 (1691) 62% (62%)
2473 13089 (11536) 62% (68%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
122.3 (128.4)   2015/12/25 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
41 Manual -- 18

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 3452 (5732) 78% (79%)
2472 1691 (1673) 62% (62%)
2473 11536 (7399) 68% (64%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
128.4 (129.5)   2015/12/24 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Sunspot darkness showing some strength.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
40 Manual -- 17

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 5732 (7706) 79% (77%)
2472 1673 (959) 62% (54%)
2473 7399 (2092) 64% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
129.5 (125.8)   2015/12/23 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
41 Locarno 59 16

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 7706 (9389) 77% (78%)
2472 959 54%
2473 2092 67%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
125.8 (117.8)   2015/12/22 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Some new regions showing on the live image, perhaps the rest of the month will not be as weak as expected.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
12 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 9389 (10754) 78% (79%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
117.8 (112.8)   2015/12/21 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Will it be a weak run to the end of the month and year?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
14 Locarno 14 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 10754 (11897) 79% (73%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
112.8 (115.2)   2015/12/20 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average now dropping but F10.7 flux rising a small amount.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
13 Manual -- 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 11897 (12517) 73% (74%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
115.2 (113.3)   2015/12/19 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. The LSC monthly holding steady on a very low 16.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
15 Locarno 29 16

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2470 12517 (12673) 74% (74%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.3 (114.0)   2015/12/18 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux fluctuating.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
24 Locarno 40 16

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2469 400 (556) 66% (57%)
2470 12673 (11851) 74% (71%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
114.0 (122.2)   2015/12/17 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 33 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2469 556 (654) 57% (55%)
2470 11851 (9410) 71% (68%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
122.2 (118.9)   2015/12/16 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux on the decline already?

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
26 Locarno 42 15

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2469 654 (576) 55% (58%)
2470 9410 (5903) 68% (60%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
118.9 (120.2)   2015/12/15 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2470 will keep the LSC monthly average ticking along for the next week..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
28 Locarno 66 14

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2469 576 (502) 58% (50%)
2470 5903 (1917) 60% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
120.2 (118.7)   2015/12/14 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average now moving up, but still very low..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 59 13

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2468 705 (815) 59% (54%)
2469 502 50%
2470 1917 59%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
118.7 (113.1)   2015/12/13 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux climbing slowly with some possible signs of activity showing on Stereo Ahead.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Locarno 51 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2465 667 (1457) 66% (51%)
2468 815 54%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.1 (110.3)   2015/12/12 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Another day of large discrepancy between the LSC and the official count.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Locarno 50 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2465 1457 (1452) 51% (48%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
110.3 (105.2)   2015/12/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2463 scraping through today.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Locarno 52 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 371 (688) 80% (56%)
2465 1452 (1713) 48% (55%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.2 (105.5)   2015/12/10 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. December continues to bump along the bottom...

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 50 10

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 688 (1149) 56% (52%)
2465 1713 (816) 55% (45%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.5 (107.9)   2015/12/09 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing slightly. F10.7 flux now rising..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 35 9

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 1149 (1546) 52% (57%)
2465 816 45%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
107.9 (97.8)   2015/12/08 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing slightly. F10.7 flux back on the way down..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 34 8

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 1546 (1764) 57% (50%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.8 (99.3)   2015/12/07 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2462 did not pass the 24 hour rule and is removed from the record.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 42 7

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 1764 (1669) 50% (51%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
99.3 (97.6)   2015/12/06 08:00

Two One  sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. Solar activity remaining weak with Stereo Ahead not offerring much hope at this stage.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Manual -- 6

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 1669 (490) 51% (53%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
97.6 (94.8)   2015/12/05 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area increasing. The spotless run is likely to end tomorrow.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
9 Locarno 23 5

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2463 490 53%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.8 (91.8)   2015/12/04 08:00

A second spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The spotless run is likely to end tomorrow.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 23 4

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.8 (92.6)   2015/12/03 08:00

A spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 32 5

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.6 (91.9)   2015/12/02 08:00

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. A slow start for the new month....

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Locarno 19 11

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2458 1051 (1833) 57% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
91.9 (93.1)   2015/12/01 08:00

 

NOVEMBER NEWS

One sunspot group is recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average for November is 22.53, SC24 continues to track lower than SC5 when using the old method.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
11 Manual -- 22.53

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2458 1833 (2025) 59% (57%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
93.1 (92.5)   2015/11/30 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area staying about the same. November will finish in the low 20's...the downward trajectory continues for SC24.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
22 Locarno 37 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 354 (472) 71% (64%)
2458 2025 (1899) 57% (62%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
92.5 (94.0)   2015/11/29 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux well under 100 again..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
18 Manual -- 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 472 (940) 64% (59%)
2458 1899 (1978) 62% (67%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
94.0 (96.3)   2015/11/28 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
20 Locarno 46 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 940 (1237) 59% (59%)
2458 1978 (2287) 67% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
96.3 (101.2)   2015/11/27 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average and F10.7 flux falling, the rest of the month looking weak at present.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
19 Locarno 41 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 1237 (1811) 58% (61%)
2458 2287 (2112) 59% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
101.2 (106.2)   2015/11/26 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. Locarno trying their hardest today to boost the official record. F10.7 flux continuing to fall.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 46 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 1416 (1811) 61% (63%)
2458 2112 (1711) 59% (50%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
106.2 (110.3)   2015/11/25 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average holding steady.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
23 Locarno 39 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 1811 (1750) 63% (65%)
2458 1711 (1175) 50% (49%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
110.3 (116.7)   2015/11/24 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux and the LSC monthly average are both on their way down..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
17 Locarno 25 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2457 1750 (2400) 65% (66%)
2458 1175 49%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
116.7 (119.9)   2015/11/23 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The new activity is not strong at the moment,

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
32 Locarno 49 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2454 2263 (1369) 65% (66%)
2457 2400 (1296) 66% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
119.9 (119.2)   2015/11/22 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area increasing. The spotless run is over.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 40 23

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2454 1369 66%
2457 1296 59%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
119.2 (108.4)   2015/11/21 08:00

A nineth spotless day is recorded with the overall area staying about the same.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
108.4 (105.6)   2015/11/20 08:00

An eighth spotless day is recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2456 failing the 24 hour rule.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 24

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.6 (105.1)   2015/11/19 08:00

A seventh spotless day is recorded with the overall area increasing. Region 2454 not making the grade as expected today..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 19 26

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.1 (104.6)   2015/11/18 08:00

A sixth spotless day is recorded with the overall area increasing. The spotless run is likely to end tomorrow.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 19 27

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.6 (103.2)   2015/11/17 08:00

A fifth spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Locarno today having a raw count of 85...

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 51 29

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.2 (103.5)   2015/11/16 08:00

A fourth spotless day is recorded with the overall area increasing. F10.7 flux fluctuating but the LSC monthly average continuing to drop fast.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 31

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.5 (104.1)   2015/11/15 08:00

A third spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 36 33

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
104.1 (100.8)   2015/11/14 08:00

A second spotless day is recorded with the overall area increasing. The LSC monthly average dropping fast...

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Locarno 33 36

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
100.8 (101.4)   2015/11/13 08:00

A spotless day is recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2249 just under the threshold test today.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
0 Manual -- 38

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
**SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS** **SPOTLESS**
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
101.4 (102.9)   2015/11/12 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Region 2248 just passing the threshold test today..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
25 Locarno 39 42

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2448 674 (1343) 66% (59%)
2449 980 (1625) 60% (59%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
102.9 (103.3)   2015/11/11 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. Stereo Ahead looking weak.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 52 44

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2448 1343 (1471) 59% (53%)
2449 1625 (2453) 59% (53%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
103.3 (105.6)   2015/11/10 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. F10.7 flux again at very low levels.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
40 Locarno 46 45

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2443 1072 (2125) 48% (54%)
2448 1471 (1753) 53% (57%)
2449 2453 (2506) 53% (54%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.6 (105.7)   2015/11/09 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
40 Locarno 56 46

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2443 2125 (3809) 54% (60%)
2448 1753 (1823) 57% (55%)
2449 2506 (1070) 54% (51%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
105.7 (112.9)   2015/11/08 08:00

Three sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average still dropping.

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

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LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
40 Locarno 56 47

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2443 3809 (5640) 60% (59%)
2448 1823 (1815) 55% (50%)
2449 1070 51%
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
112.9 (113.2)   2015/11/07 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average now dropping another 4 points..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
29 Locarno 59 48

SDO Sunspot

 
NOAA Region #   Pixels Darkness
2443 5640 (8185) 59% (66%)
2448 1815 (905) 50% (51%)
F10.7  flux     Date/Time UTC
113.2 (108.1)   2015/11/06 08:00

Two sunspot groups are recorded with the overall area decreasing. The LSC monthly average now dropping..

paper by McCracken, Beer & Steinhilber is published in Solar Physics (2014) which aligns itself very strongly with my theory and paper on solar grand minima. The AMP event or barycentric anomaly being the major differentiators from other planetary theories. Anthony Watts has refused to review this new paper along with mine.

I am ramping up the twitter & facebook feeds that will include solar and climate news/graphs etc...click on the follow button near the top of this page or the left hand menu to be included.

LSC Daily Draw Ref. SILSO LSC Mov Avg.
38 Locarno 66 52