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The difficulty of finding a mechanism by which sunspots could produce such strong magnetic fields as are always associated with them has led to a new theory of sunspots, according to which the magnetic field of the spot is the primary phenomenon. The other properties of a spot e. As a spot magnetic field cannot be produced near the solar surface, it is supposed to originate near the Sun's centre and to be transmitted outwards along the magnetic lines of force of the Sun's general magnetic field in the form of a new type of wave, called the magneto-hydrodynamic wave. A brief survey of this theory is given in sections 1 and 2. According to the theory the wave from a disturbance near the solar centre first reaches the solar surface at high latitudes and later proceeds towards the equator. As this explains the progression of the sunspot zone, it is of interest to compare the theory and observations in detail.
The solar cycle or solar magnetic activity cycle is a nearly periodic year change in the Sun 's activity measured in terms of variations in the number of observed sunspots on the solar surface. Sunspots have been observed since the early 17th century and the sunspot time series is the longest continuously observed recorded time series of any natural phenomena. Accompanying the 11 year quasi-periodicity in sunspots, the large-scale dipolar north-south magnetic field component of the Sun also flips every 11 years; however, the peak in the dipolar field lags the peak in the sunspot number, with the former occurring at the minimum between two cycles. Levels of solar radiation and ejection of solar material, the number and size of sunspots , solar flares , and coronal loops all exhibit a synchronized fluctuation, from active to quiet to active again, with a period of 11 years. This cycle has been observed for centuries by changes in the Sun's appearance and by terrestrial phenomena such as auroras. Solar activity, driven both by the sunspot cycle and transient aperiodic processes govern the environment of the Solar System planets by creating space weather and impact space- and ground-based technologies as well as the Earth's atmosphere and also possibly climate fluctuations on scales of centuries and longer.
A typical star, the Sun has a diameter of approximately , miles nearly 10 times larger than the diameter of Jupiter and is composed primarily of hydrogen. The Sun's core is an astonishing 29,, degrees F. Under these conditions, hydrogen atoms come so close together that they fuse. Right now, about half the amount of hydrogen in the core of the Sun has been fused into helium. This took roughly 4. When the hydrogen is exhausted, the Sun's temperature at the surface will begin to cool and the outer layers will expand outward to near the orbit of Mars. The Sun at this point will be a "red giant" and 10, times brighter than its present luminosity.
Skin cancer is diagnosed in more than 2 million individuals annually in the United States. It is strongly associated with ultraviolet exposure, with melanoma risk doubling after five or more sunburns. Solar activity, characterized by features such as irradiance and sunspots, undergoes an year solar cycle. This fingerprint frequency accounts for relatively small variation on Earth when compared to other uncorrelated time scales such as daily and seasonal cycles. Kolmogorov-Zurbenko filters, applied to the solar cycle and skin cancer data, separate the components of different time scales to detect weaker long term signals and investigate the relationships between long term trends. Analyses of crosscorrelations reveal epidemiologically consistent latencies between variables which can then be used for regression analysis to calculate a coefficient of influence.
This paper addresses the Solar Actvity cause and effect of climate change and their various impacts. As a result, solar source activities usually occur in a cycle that mimics the year sunspot cycle SC. The solar energy that drives the weather system, scientists naturally wondered whether they might connect climate changes with solar variations. Space weather comes as short-lived storms which can last minutes to hours to days. The Sun also undergoes cycles in its level of activity that span years to decades, causing longer-term variations in space weather.
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PDF | It is pointed out that the darkness of a sunspot on the visible hemisphere of the sun will reduce the solar irradiance on the earth.Reply
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