Historic snow storm in Patagonia
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Comodoro Rivadavia hit by “historic” snow storm – and winter is still a month away
Climatic emergency declared:
Most of the Argentine Patagonian province of Chubut
covered with several feet of snow
In Comodoro Rivadavia, the most
populated city of Chubut and where snow storms are rare schools were
closed down and people were advised to remain indoors. Mayor Martin
Buzzi declared a “climatic emergency.”
19 May 08 – “Many solar scientists expected the new sunspot cycle to be a whopper. But there's scant proof Sunspot Cycle 24 is even here, let alone the debut of big trouble.
So far there have been just a couple minor zits on
the face of the sun to suggest the old cycle is over and the new one is
“The paper was rejected in peer review. Livingston
said their projections were based on observations of a trend in
decreasingly powerful sunspots but reviewers felt it was merely a
“(Livingston) is an astronomer emeritus who still works out of an office at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory headquarters building on the University of Arizona campus.
“Penn is the telescope scientist on the McMath-Pierce solar telescope. Specifically, Penn works with an instrument that "sees" in the infrared range to provide information about magnetic activity.
An astronomer emeritus and a telescope scientist, and their paper
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