Interesting info from Space Weather regarding AR2192, the sunspot responsible for all the recent strong solar flares. Looks like we are in for a 2 week break from the intensity!:
"In only a few days, the behemoth
sunspot will begin a 2-week transit of the far side of the sun, carried
around by the sun's 27-day rotation. However, that doesn't mean we've
seen the last of this magnificent active region. Big sunspots typically
persist for two or three solar rotations before they decay. After it
departs in October, AR2192 will probaby return in November."
More at SpaceWeather.Com.
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