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(Live Science)   There's an immense black spot on the sun today. It's not the same old thing as yesterday   (livescience.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Sun, Solar cycle, rapidly growing sunspot, number of solar flares, Sunspot, assault of solar energy, C-class flares, dark regions of strong magnetic fields  
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2022-08-24 7:13:52 PM  
Do it, coward
 
2022-08-24 7:19:42 PM  
The region could send unexpected solar flares our way.


Aren't we kind of, you know, expecting them now?
 
2022-08-24 8:03:53 PM  
"MAY CHAOS TAKE THE WORLD!"

-Shabriri
 
2022-08-24 8:13:22 PM  
I told you not to launch that Taco Bell branded solar probe.
 
2022-08-24 8:39:38 PM  
Thats a bigass hole.
 
2022-08-24 8:42:22 PM  
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2022-08-24 8:46:22 PM  
The temptation add some modifications to that pic is hard to hand le.
 
2022-08-24 8:54:08 PM  
That's my soul up there.
 
2022-08-24 8:56:57 PM  
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2022-08-24 9:02:10 PM  

Lonestar: Thats a bigass hole.


This comment is the Greatest Of All Time, see?
 
2022-08-24 9:15:02 PM  
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That's the sun's butthole, and it's gonna shoot some gas our way.
 
2022-08-24 9:50:41 PM  
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2022-08-25 4:43:13 AM  

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Won't you come
And wash away the rain?
 
2022-08-25 7:51:51 AM  
Oh so that's where the Taco Bell probe impacted.
 
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