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Assuming that a sunspot is 1500K cooler than the undisturbed photosphere (at 5800K), calculate how much less intense radiation (per unit area) is

Assuming that a sunspot is 1500K cooler than the undisturbed photosphere (at 5800K), calculate how much less intense radiation (per unit area) is from the sunspot when compared to the surrounding photosphere.

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Assuming that a sunspot is 1500K cooler than the undisturbed photosphere (at 5800K), calculate
how much less intense radiation (per unit area) is from the sunspot when compared to the
surrounding...

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