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Small sunspot emerges September 1, 2009

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Small sunspot emerges

Via SpaceWeather
September 1, 2009

SUNSPOT 1025: A new sunspot emerged yesterday and interrupted a 51-day string of blank suns. It wasn’t much of an interruption. Sunspot 1025 is small and may already be fading away.

Sunspot 1025, which emerged yesterday to interrupt a string of 51 spotless days, may already be fading away. Photo credit: SOHO/MDI

Sunspot 1025, which emerged yesterday to interrupt a string of 51 spotless days, may already be fading away. Photo credit: SOHO/MDI

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