How Long Do Sunspots Last?

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Sunspots last for approximately 11 years. Some sunspots may last for days, weeks or a month. Sunspots are temporary dark spots that appear on the Sun and can be seen via solar telescopes.
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The last Solar Maximum was in 2002. The Sun is currently at the minimum of the sunspot cycle, perhaps just at the beginning of the new Cycle 24. So far, the Sunspot Number for February
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Sunspots usually last for an irregular 11 year cycle. They can be shorter or longer, but
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We are currently just coming out of the midpoint of the sunspot cycle, there are usually very few sunspots to be seen at the midpoint. The cycle does average around 11 years although
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