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CORRELATIVE STUDY OF SUNSPOT NUMBER WITH OTHER SOLAR AND GEOMAGNETIC PARAMETERS DURING 2012 – 2017.
S.G. Singh*, N.K. Patel, S.C. Chaturvedi, Neelam Singh, P. R. Singh
When observing the sun with appropriate filtration, the most immediately visible features are usually its Sunspots, which are well-defined surface areas that appear darker than their surrounding because of the lower temperatures. Sunspots are regions of intense magnetic activity where convection is inhibited by strong magnetic fields reducing energy transport from the hot interior to the surface. The solar magnetic field gives rise to strong heating in the corona, forming active regions that are the source of intense solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CME). The largest Sunspots can be tens of thousands of kilometers across. In study obtain the yearly average data of different solar and geomagnetic parameters during 2012-2017, then draw correlative curve with each parameters and obtained positive and negative correlation between them.[Full Text Article]