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, XK SAZ <group@s...> wrote:
> Sheesh it has been nonstop coronal hole for the past month. Could
> this be the same coronal hole swinging back around? Or are all of
> these considered to be different coronal holes?
There has been a steady procession of them, hasn't there? The sun
completes a full rotation in, if I remember correctly, about 26 days.
So, the coronal holes you might see in the space of a month would be
different ones. However, it is possible for one to make multiple
passes. I remember one a year or two ago that stayed intact for three
rotations. Sunspots have also been known to stay together for two