Solar Minimum Sunspot

Sunspot counts are at an almost 10-year low, however, there are still possibilities to gain some large sunspots.

AR2699 has a primary dark core larger than Earth with many smaller magnetic condensations trailing behind it, in all stretching more than 75,000 km across the sun's surface.

Rare "solar minimum sunspots" are capable of intense explosions just like sunspots during more active phases of the solar cycle.

2018 Current Solar Cycle -