Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cosmic Rays Increasing According to Spaceweather.com

Meteorologist Paul Dorian writes about a Spaceweather.com Study, which was reported on here in January 2016. Current cosmic ray activity We happen to be in a weak solar cycle (24) which is actually on pace to be the weakest cycle … Continue reading

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A Report on Sunspot Cycle 25

Dr. Sten Odenwald, a retired astronomer and educator formerly with the National Institute of Aerospace and NASA writing in the Huffington Post.  He concludes his sunspot article, Waiting For The Next Sunspot Cycle 2019-2030, with this view forward: Statistically speaking, … Continue reading

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