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1 Replies and 3832 Views sunspot �3832 �1 Started by Anonymous Robert L Has there actually been physical evidence of sunspot activity on other stars other than our own sun
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by Paulett LiewerJump to last post
5/26/2015 2:45 PM
1 Replies and 6304 Views sunspot �6304 �1 Started by Anonymous Roberto R Why is seems there can be lots of sunspots along, or near the suns equator, but never too far toward the north or south, why thank you
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by Dawn MyersJump to last post
5/22/2015 6:04 AM
2 Replies and 3807 Views sunspots �3807 �2 Started by Anonymous kayla l (rxm) how did the chinese study sunspots I though galileo was the first to study them thank you very much....
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by Mitzi AdamsJump to last post
5/19/2015 1:00 PM
1 Replies and 3432 Views sunspots study from Chinese? �3432 �1 Started by Anonymous Brandon M Following up on Kayla's question. How could the Chinese have studied sunspots with the naked-eye Let alone they had not developed the telescope like galileo had I've heard about this before, but I can't understand how the Chinese could have studied them, visually, or even counted them
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by KD LekaJump to last post
5/19/2015 9:57 AM
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