What Is the Sunspot Cycle?

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The Sunspot cycle is the cycle of activity our Sun goes through. During this cycle, sunspots increase in activity until they peak approximately every 11 years. After the maximum peak, the sunspots will decrease in size and frequency and the cycle starts over again.
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sunspot cycle
NOUN [ASTRONOMY]
1.
the cycle, averaging in duration slightly more than 11 years, in which the frequency of sunspots varies from a maximum to a minimum and back to a maximum again.
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