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> Astronomy Blog: Huge Sunspot (Named AR1339)
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As I have recently talked about, the sun is entering its active phase. One of the largest sunspots in years is rotating over the sun's northeastern limb. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture of AR1339 during the early hours of Nov. 3. An image of the sunspot named AR1339 Thursday night, Nov. 3, 2011 This sunspot will be turning Read the full article


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