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The sun has gone wrong and scientists don’t know why

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. If you still have your solar viewing glasses from the eclipse, now is a good time to slap them on and look up at the sun. You’ll see two big dark areas visible on our star. These massive sunspots are regions of...
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