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A History of Solar Activity over Millennia

Often sunspot area is considered as a physical index representing solar activity e. The area of individual groups may vary between tens of millionths for ACTi SED-2310Q groups up to several thousands of millionths for huge groups.

This index has a physical meaning related to the solar magnetic flux emerging at sunspots. Sunspot areas are available since in the Greenwich series obtained from ACTi SED-2310Q photographic images of the sun.

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In addition, some fragmentary data of sunspot areas, obtained from solar drawings, are available for earlier periods Vaquero et al. Irradiance variations are physically related to solar magnetic variability e. Other physical indices include spectral sun-as-star observations, such as the Ca II-K index e. All the above indices are closely correlated to sunspot numbers ACTi SED-2310Q the solar-cycle scale, but may depict ACTi SED-2310Q different behavior on short or long timescales.

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ACTi SED-2310Q are related not to solar activity per se, but rather to its effect on different environments. Geomagnetic indices quantify different effects of geomagnetic activity ultimately caused by solar variability, mostly by variations of solar-wind properties and the interplanetary magnetic ACTi SED-2310Q.

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For example, the aa-index, which provides a global index of magnetic activity relative to a quiet-day curve for a pair of antipodal magnetic observatories in England and Australiais available from Mayaud, An extension of the geomagnetic series is available from the s using the Helsinki Ak H index Nevanlinna, a ACTi SED-2310Q, b. Although the homogeneity of the geomagnetic series is compromised e. A review of the geomagnetic effects of solar activity can be found, e. ACTi SED-2310Q of the earliest instrumental geomagnetic indices is related to the daily magnetic declination range, the range of diurnal variation of magnetic needle readings at a fixed location, and is available from the ACTi SED-2310Q Nevanlinna, However, this data exists as several fragmentary sets, which are difficult to combine into a homogeneous data series.

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Heliospheric indices are related to features of the solar wind or the interplanetary magnetic field measured or estimated in the interplanetary space. For example, the time evolution of the total or open solar magnetic flux is extensively debated e. A special case of heliospheric indices is related to the galactic cosmic-ray intensity recorded in natural ACTi SED-2310Q archives.

Since this ACTi SED-2310Q proxy is based on data recorded naturally throughout the ACTi SED-2310Q and revealed now, it makes possible the reconstruction of solar activity changes on long timescales, as discussed in Section 3. These observations have mostly been made by professional astronomers whose qualifications and scientific thoroughness were doubtless.

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They form the basis of the Group sunspot-number series Hoyt and Schatten,which can be more-or-less reliably extended back to see discussion in Section 2. However, some fragmentary records of qualitative solar and geomagnetic observations exist even ACTi SED-2310Q earlier times, as discussed below Sections 2.

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Camera obscura The invention of the telescope revolutionized astronomy. However, another solar astronomical instrument, the camera obscura, also made ACTi SED-2310Q possible to provide relatively good solar images and ACTi SED-2310Q still in use until the late 18th century. The earliest known drawing of the solar disc was made by Frisius, who observed the solar eclipse in using a camera obscura.

ACTi SED-2310Q The first known observation of a sunspot using a camera obscura was done by Kepler in Maywho erroneously ascribed the spot on the sun to a transit of ACTi SED-2310Q. Although such observations were sparse and related to other phenomena solar eclipses or transits of planetsthere were also regular solar observations by camera obscura.

For example, about pages of logs of solar observations made in the cathedral of San Petronio in Bologna from — were published by Eustachio Manfredi in see the full story in Vaquero, Therefore, observations ACTi SED-2310Q drawings made using camera obscura can be regarded as instrumental observations. Several historical records exist based on naked-eye observations ACTi SED-2310Q transient phenomena on ACTi SED-2310Q sun or in the sky. From even before the telescopic era, a large amount of evidence of spots being observed on the solar disc can be traced back as ACTi SED-2310Q as to the middle of the 4th century BC Theophrastus of Athens.

Oriental sources are much richer for naked-eye sunspot records, but that data is also fragmentary and irregular see, e.

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While these chronicles are fairly reliable, the data is not straightforward to interpret since it can be influenced ACTi SED-2310Q meteorological phenomena, e. Direct comparison of Oriental naked-eye sunspot observations and European telescopic data shows that naked-eye observations can serve only as a qualitative indicator of sunspot activity, but ACTi SED-2310Q hardly be quantitatively interpreted see, e.

This indicates that records of sunspot observations in the official chronicles were highly irregular Eddy, and ACTi SED-2310Q dependent on dominating traditions during specific historical periods Clark and Stephenson,

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