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Sunspot 1429    by Randy Shivak    Sunspot group 1429 with large solar flare in progress. Taken with Daystar Quantum PE .5 Angstrom filter.

Sunspot 1429 by Randy Shivak Sunspot group 1429 with large solar flare in progress. Taken with Daystar Quantum PE .5 Angstrom filter.

The Clearest Image of a Sunspot Ever Taken, Courtesy of the Big Bear Solar Observatory

The Clearest Image of a Sunspot Ever Taken, Courtesy of the Big Bear Solar Observatory

AR 2192, the largest sunspot recorded since 1990

This time lapse of the Sun reveals the largest sunspot in 24 years

Detailed View of a Solar Eclipse Corona  "Only in the fleeting darkness of a total solar eclipse is the light of the solar corona easily visible."

Detailed View of a Solar Eclipse Corona "Only in the fleeting darkness of a total solar eclipse is the light of the solar corona easily visible."

Since Friday, the sunspot (AR2192) has exploded with four X-class and eight M-class solar flares.

Largest sunspot in 24 years ‘just won’t quit’

Since Friday, the sunspot (AR2192) has exploded with four X-class and eight M-class solar flares.

Rapid fire X-Flares from Sunspot AR2192 -- Earth Changes -- Sott.net

Rapid fire X-Flares from Sunspot AR2192 -- Earth Changes -- Sott.net

The X-class solar flare — the most powerful class of sun storm — erupted Tuesday from a sunspot called Active Region 2339, peaking at 6:11 p.m. EDT. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft captured a gorgeous video of the flare.

The X-class solar flare — the most powerful class of sun storm — erupted Tuesday from a sunspot called Active Region 2339, peaking at 6:11 p.m. EDT. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft captured a gorgeous video of the flare.

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