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LymanAlpha & Bremen MgII Comparison

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Plotted on the same graph below are the LymanAlpha Composite(source) and Bremen MgII Composite(source).  Both sets of raw data have been smoothed with a 55-day moving-window-average.62426370_LymaAlphaMgIIall.thumb.png.0521abca7945d969da9e0bdb4e45124a.png

 

Just the smoothed data of both sets are plotted below.1932033307_LymaAlphaMgIIsmoothed.thumb.png.48c50377f68070ba5fe5c2ee2f9395bb.png

 

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Even though the Bremen MgII Composite indicates it potentially has bottomed and is headed up into SC25, the LymanAlpha Composite is showing no such indication.  Indeed, that data set is currently near its lowest values since its start in 1947.1399192500_SC2425LAMGiismoothed.thumb.png.be282c85bbf5070b98b76c10286a5fc9.png

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