NASA’s solar predictions turn out to be wrong.  The model for this team is still on track.

NASA’s solar predictions turn out to be wrong. The model for this team is still on track.

Solar Cycle 25 began last year. Forecasters thought it would be mild, but it turns out to be quite the opposite. Since its inception, this solar cycle has consistently exceeded predictions, producing more sunspots and spewing far more solar wind, flares and eruptions than the world’s leading experts predicted.

But while most space weather scientists scratch their heads saying “We still know very little about our star”, a heliophysicist has become the dark horse of space weather forecasting. His model of SunThe behavior of seems to have got it right.

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