What is a solar cycle?


The solar cycle is an 11-year cycle of solar activities during which there is a rise and fall in the numbers and surface area of sunspots. The solar cycle is also known as the solar magnetic activity cycle.
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It is a cycle that has 11-year intervals where the sun produces different levels of
11 years.
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To your eyes, the sun appears to be a uniformly bright disc in the sky. But, as you know, it is not a disc. It is actually a spherical star. And, similarly, it is not uniformly bright
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The solar cycle is when the Sun's magnetic field rotates a full 360 degrees, causing its poles to switch. A solar cycle only happens once every 22 years.
The solar cycle is what drives solar weather, and sometimes weather here on Earth (provided that's where you are right now!) It also can effect climate change. This is all done by the level of irradiation being changed.
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