A Measure of the Solar Rotation During the Maunder Minimum

@article{Vaquero2002AMO,
  title={A Measure of the Solar Rotation During the Maunder Minimum},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manuel Vaquero and Florentino S{\'a}nchez-Bajo and Mar{\'i}a Cruz Gallego},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2002},
  volume={207},
  pages={219-222}
}
In this paper we present a measure of the synodic solar rotation rate derived from an analysis of a Flamsteed drawing, corroborating the decrease of the solar rotation in the deep Maunder minimum (1666–1700). 
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