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Solar storms affect on TSI

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https://sunclimate.gsfc.nasa.gov/article/solar-irradiance     Hey @Lawn Boy

If you haven’t read this brief article it may be helpful to you.  It seems a bit ironic but the emission wavelengths change.  I remember reading that during Solar max of cycle 19 the visible spectrum dropped appreciably. A photograph of Solar max near that time looked really strange.  Like a golf ball with two stripes of black around the Sun’s equator!  Haha. See ya. Mike. 

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9 hours ago, hamateur 1953 said:

TSI. Total Solar Irradiance.  Check out the links above for an overview. Mike 

In my noggin I had "intensity" rather than "irradiance."

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