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On Recurrent Solar Activity

  • V. Gaizauskas (a1)

Abstract

Recurrent solar activity on a time-scale of the Sun’s rotation rate has for a long time been attributed to quasi-periodic disturbances in the solar interior. The following brief survey discusses recent attempts to come to grips with the Sun’s episodic activity.

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