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Old 02-04-2022, 01:26 PM
Averton (P and C)
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Originally Posted by Tropo-Bob View Post
April 2nd, 8.05am.
I have learnt much in the last year, but this has made me realise how much there is to understand. I am going to take a break from reporting these observation and hopefully, I will be able to catch up on some of the solar literature during this time.

I hope (perhaps vainly) to come back later with the knowledge to explain in more detail on the interesting things that I see.

Hi Bob,


We assume this means that your Solar Astronomy book from France has arrived.

While you are studying you may be interested in another book we have come across called "The Greatest Sun Spot Groups" by Peter Meadows. This time it is downloadable for free.
https://www.petermeadows.com/solarbo...wPmDeHqveCw-5c
It has some amazing images and information of past solar events of note.
Please return soon as we will miss your daily reports.
Hope you enjoy your sabbatical

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