What is the sunspot number for today?

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Solar activity is at very low levels today. None of the sunspots on the Earth side of the sun is actively flaring, which means the sunspot number is zero. The Space Environment Services Center (SESC) calculates the sunspot number basing on the Wolf Sunspot Number R=k (10g+s), where 'g' is the number of sunspot sections), 's' is the total sum of distinct spots in all the sections, and 'k' is a capricious ascending factor (typically <1) that specifies the combined effects of perceiving situations, telescope, and bias of the solar observers.
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