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Little black spot on the sun visible with the naked eye

Picture of the Day: May 10, 2012
LITTLE BLACK SPOT ON THE SUN TODAY | A sunspot visible with the naked eye at sunrise and sunset, photographed by Stefano DeRosa, via SpaceWeather.
New monster sunspot 1476 is beautifully active atmSunspot 1476 / Solar Update
Now one of the largest Sunspots in years, Region 1476 is currently in a great position for Earth directed Coronal Mass Ejections. The only problem has been producing a solar flare that would also in turn, generate a large plasma cloud. This could change in the days ahead. There will continue to be a chance for a major X-Class event.

the suns a bubbler today


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