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The current minimum solar activity suspiciously delayed, experts believe. During the two years already on the Sun virtually no spots appear and the frequency of solar flares corresponds to the minimum. According to Saku Tsunety of the Japanese National Astronomical Observatory, which is responsible for the Japanese satellite to study the Sun "Hinode" light "is still not expected", and "a little bit, quite a bit, disturbing." Changing the number of spots and flares on the Sun occurs with a period of nearly 11 years, and now luminary must be near the minimum of solar activity. Earlier this year, the Sun even a slick, the polarity of the magnetic field that points to his new affiliation, 24 - moo cycle of solar activity, however, after some time it has replaced the spot the previous cycle. This also shows that a new cycle does not begin, if its frequency is not broken, the next best must come in years 2011-2012. Nevertheless, the current minimum, in the view of astronomers from the University of the American state of Montana, suspiciously long. When activity begins to grow, they are not yet known. In solar activity has occurred lengthy pause - for example, the so-called minimum Maundera, lasted from the second half before the start XVII XVIII century. During this time, the Sun appeared virtually no blemishes. Around the same time, in the northern hemisphere lasted so-called "little Ice Age", award-winning Northern Europe unprecedented cold winters second half of XVII century. At the same time, scientists in general with doubt look at us with a global minimum . And there is a minimum benefit of a clear - fewer solar flares resulted in a more stable satellite communications and fewer accidents over the power lines.
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