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Choose from 22 pictures in our Sunspot collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Carringtons flare
Carringtons flare
Science Photo Library

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Sunspots in the Forest, 1893 (oil on canvas)
Sunspots in the Forest, 1893 (oil on canvas)
Fine Art Finder

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Curtains of colored northern lights (aurora borealis) dance in the night sky over
Curtains of colored northern lights (aurora borealis) dance in the night sky over
Danita Delimont

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Glaucous scorpion-vetch Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca
Glaucous scorpion-vetch Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca
Flower Photos

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Partial eclipse of the Sun as seen from Jasper, Alberta, Canada
Partial eclipse of the Sun as seen from Jasper, Alberta, Canada
Stocktrek Images

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Even as a shadow of its former self, the Corporation Pier is still a popular sun-spot for
Even as a shadow of its former self, the Corporation Pier is still a popular sun-spot for
Memory Lane Prints

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Christopher Scheiners illustration of his idea of the surface of the sun, 1635
Christopher Scheiners illustration of his idea of the surface of the sun, 1635
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Half-title of Rosa Ursina, by Christopher Scheiner, 1630
Half-title of Rosa Ursina, by Christopher Scheiner, 1630
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X-ray image of a solar flare
X-ray image of a solar flare
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Sunspots and solar prominences, 1973
Sunspots and solar prominences, 1973
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George Ellery Hale (1868-1938), American astronomer, observing sunspots, 1907
George Ellery Hale (1868-1938), American astronomer, observing sunspots, 1907
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Galileos observation of sunspots, 1613. Artist: Galileo Galilei
Galileos observation of sunspots, 1613. Artist: Galileo Galilei
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Sunspots and solar prominences, 1973 Featured Image

Sunspots and solar prominences, 1973

Sunspots and solar prominences, 1973. Image from Skylab's solar telescope. Sunspots are relatively cool areas on the Sun's surface, the photosphere. Their temperature is about 3800 degrees Kelvin, as opposed to around 5800 degrees on the rest of the photosphere, and they can measure as much as 50, 000 kilometres across. The number of sunspots is greatest at the point in the cycle of solar activity known as the solar maximum, which occurs roughly every 11 years. They form when magnetic field lines below the surface become twisted and protrude through the photosphere. Sunspots are closely associated with the occurrence of solar flares, or prominences, massive eruptions of ionized hydrogen gas, often larger than the Earth, which arch away from the surface of the Sun. Some violent flares called Coronal Mass Ejections interact with the Earth's magnetic field and can disrupt radio communications and produce spectacular aurora displays

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Solar system planets and Sun, artwork
Solar system planets and Sun, artwork
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Sunspot, artwork C017/7364
Sunspot, artwork C017/7364
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Sunspot observation, 1861
Sunspot observation, 1861
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Observations of the Sun, 1870
Observations of the Sun, 1870
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Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights observed from northern Norway, 10 October 1868
Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights observed from northern Norway, 10 October 1868
Universal Images Group (UIG)

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Sunspot with streamers of super-hot, electrically charged gas (plasma) arc from the
Sunspot with streamers of super-hot, electrically charged gas (plasma) arc from the
Universal Images Group (UIG)

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Solar flare, SDO ultraviolet image
Solar flare, SDO ultraviolet image
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Solar structure, artwork
Solar structure, artwork
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Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Caused by high-speed particles ejected from the Sun
Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Caused by high-speed particles ejected from the Sun
Universal Images Group (UIG)

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Solar eruption
Solar eruption
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