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Solar 24 hours "clock"

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Do you know why The Sun seems to have a 24 hours clock registered by goes 16?

If it is not generated by technical issues there is only one way to analyze this data. In this deep minimum the Surface of Sun is not emitting radio data  and what we see is amazing. I think that this clock could be generated in the Hearth of the Sun and this is amazing because it is long like an earth day.

Astronomy is becoming really interesting during this Sun minimum!

We need a Pink Floyd Song to celebrate...set the control of the Hearth of the Sun.

Anyone knows?

https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/it/attivita-solare/flares-solari

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There seems to be a dip in the solar x-rays every 24 hours which is something new when we compare it with the previous GOES X-ray sensors. The new GOES-16 sensor is way more sensitive especially in the lower X-ray classes. But mostly in these quiet days every 24h there is a small decrease that normally, when solar activity is higher, you won't see happening. It can be triggered by small magnetic variation in the geosynchronous orbit just like the GOES magnetometer that has similar variations.

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