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Cosmic Engine Research Task for Physics Mostly about sunspots and solar activity Achieved 41/43

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Solar phenomena Outer space Sun Astronomy Space plasmas Plasma physics Light sources Space physics Solar cycle Sunspot Solar minimum Solar flare
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Solar phenomena Outer space Sun Astronomy Space plasmas Plasma physics Light sources Space physics Solar cycle Sunspot Solar minimum Solar flare
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Describe the features of sunspots A sunspot is an area on the Sun’s surface (or photosphere) which is temporarily cooler and darker (at around 4000°C) than the surrounding regionsi (at around 5500-6000°Cii). They can last for varying amounts of time, from a few hours to several months.iii Sunspots move around the Sun’s surface, expanding and contracting, reaching up to 80,000 km in diameter and are always found in groups of at least 2 (normally from 3-10, but can reach 100 in a group.)iv (refer to Picture 1). Sunspots consist of two sections, the umbra (the inner darker section) and the penumbra (the outer lighter section)v (refer to Diagram 1). b. Use and cite 2 different theories to explain the formation, location and behaviour of sunspots on the Sun’s surface Sunspots are thought to be caused by an increased magnetic field strengthvi preventing heat from reaching...
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