The Extended Solar Cycle: Muddying the Waters of Solar/Stellar Dynamo Modeling or Providing Crucial Observational Constraints?

@inproceedings{Srivastava2018TheES,
  title={The Extended Solar Cycle: Muddying the Waters of Solar/Stellar Dynamo Modeling or Providing Crucial Observational Constraints?},
  author={Anurag K. Srivastava and Scott W McIntosh and Nick Arge and Dr. Sarbajit Banerjee and Mausumi Dikpati and Bhola N. Dwivedi and Madhulika Guhathakurta and baru pendidikan karak and Robert J. Leamon and Shibu K. Matthew and Andr{\'e}s Mu{\~n}oz-Jaramillo and Debarati Nandy and Aimee Ann Norton and Lisa A. Upton and Samrat Chatterjee and Ranabrata Mazumder and Y. Khageswara Rao and Rahul Yadav},
  booktitle={Front. Astron. Space Sci.},
  year={2018}
}
In 1844 Schwabe discovered that the number of sunspots increased and decreased over a period of about 11 years, that variation became known as the sunspot cycle. Almost eighty years later, Hale described the nature of the Sun’s magnetic field, identifying that it takes about 22 years for the Sun’s magnetic polarity to cycle. It was also identified that the latitudinal distribution of sunspots resembles the wings of a butterfly showing migration of sunspots in each hemisphere that abruptly start… CONTINUE READING
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