Last Three Rotations

Stack Plot of Last 3 Rotations, Coronal Field

Predicted radial field strength Br at R = 5Rs. The yellow line indicates where Br = 0 gauss (i.e., the current sheet).

The crosses mark the daily position of the subearth point on the maps (Sun). Since the Sun's rotation axis is inclined 7.25o to the ecliptic, over the course of a year the subearth point varies (in latitude) from +7.25o above to -7.25o below the Sun's equator.

The x-axis is Carrington Longitude in degrees. Carrington Rotation Numbers are also shown. The most recent data are located at the far left of the map.

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