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21   Link   Butterfly diagram
Here is the butterfly diagram showing the latitudes and numbers of sunspots
22   Link   Huge solar flare
Here is a movie of a huge X-class solar flare caught on the 9th September 2005 Ar798/AR808 was responsible for 9 X-class flares including an X17 super flare on the 7 September. This movie was caught and prepared by Brigit Kremer from Almaria in Southern Spain.
23   Link   A investigation into the Carrington flare
Here Margery Infield has prepared a well balanced report on the Carrington super flare of 1859
24   Link   NOAA/NWS Space Weather Prediction
NOAA Space weather prediction centre
25   Link   Solar Cycle Progression
Solar Cycle Progression against prediction.
26   Link   Layman's sunspot count
A unique look at solar science by the late Carl Smith.
27   Link   The Sporer Minimum
Launched on June 15, 2010, CNES's Picard microsatellite is designed to simultaneously measure parameters such as the Sun's speed of rotation, radiated power, sunspots, figure and diameter, in order to better understand its inner workings
28   Link   SIDC
SIDC Solar Influences Data Analysis Center here all the sunspot data is collected for comparison to previous solar cycles.
29   Link   Solar Space Observatories
Here are a list of the current Solar Spave Observatories
30   Link   Largest Solar Flare of the Space Age
Here is the report of the Halloween solar storm using data from SOHO
31   Link   NOAA spaceweather prediction scales
Here are the NOAA Spaceweather prediction scales
32   Link   Record setting solar flares
Here is a list of the largest solar flares ever recorded since 1976
33   Link   Spectral analysis of Ellerman bombs
Here is a paper written about Ellerman bombs.
34   Link   Formation of Ellerman Bombs
Here is a paper about the formation of Ellerman Bombs
35   Link   Heleophysics knowledge base
Here is an excellent site showing up to date solar events/movies
36   Link   Big Bear Gallery
Here is the superb high resolution gallery of the US National solar observatory - enjoy!
37   Link   Solar variability and terrestial chlimate
In the galactic scheme of things, the Sun is a remarkably constant star. While some stars exhibit dramatic pulsations, wildly yo-yoing in size and brightness, and sometimes even exploding, the luminosity of our own sun varies a measly 0.1% over the course of the 11-year solar cycle.
38   Link   Why NASA observes the Sun in different wave lengths
Here is an excellent resume on NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory
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