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even a powerful Chartio module allowing for both online and offline chart display. What are the possible implications of Windows*Star Version 4.0 for the upcoming Solar Season? The SOHO-LASCO B1 coronagraph on the SOHO satellite has shown that CMEs can occur during the passage of the active-region corona through the field of view of the spacecraft. The same phenomenon can be seen on the ground in the largest of our naked eye planetariums. As a result of these events, the Earth’s magnetic field can be affected, causing geomagnetic storms that can potentially lead to significant damage on a terrestrial scale. The storms can also trigger space weather effects on the Sun, impacting the space environment that we study and exploit every day. If you are interested in learning more about these phenomena, then the book “B1 and its implications” by Andrew West and Gillian Noyes is the definitive guide to this aspect of CME research. What are the possible implications of Windows*Star Version 4.0 for the upcoming Solar Cycle 24? After almost two decades of space weather research, I think I can confidently say that while the current Solar Cycle has been extremely quiet, Cycle 24 looks to be turning out to be the most active one in recent history. While we cannot predict with certainty the exact nature of the coming Solar Cycle, there are a number of things that can influence this activity. For one, the solar wind itself is quite variable, and this can affect the strength of the global magnetic field. The Sun’s output of solar magnetic field has historically decreased during Solar Cycles 23 and 24, due to increased activity on the sun. In addition, the sunspot number also decreases as the Cycle progresses, and this can also decrease the strength of the Sun’s magnetic field. This past year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) launched the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC). The SWPC is responsible for managing alerts for the space weather effects of a number of solar and geomagnetic events, but it’s largest responsibility is predicting the evolution of Solar Cycle 24, and how it may affect the Earth. Although current Solar Cycle 24 is very quiet, there are many signs that the next Solar Cycle may start to ramp up significantly. Solar Cycle 23 peaked in 1996-1997, and while there were a few flaring episodes that occurred around the world, the final

 

 

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