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Would All GLP Solar Monitors care to Centralize all info and forecast's into one SOLAR Watch Thread?
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This way we can centralize all Heliophysical research into one Thread so as to compare notes easier and have a better perspective and understanding on what is happening. Kind of like centralizing all forms of government. To Better keep an eye on and for better prediction on future Solar events. This way we don't have to bounce from one thread to the next. All this info would be in one Thread kind of like the BERZERK thread.
If Heliophysics interest anyone they will have just one thread to turn to where they can find, instantly, forecast's about the Sun's activity. What, if anything, to expect. All Heliophysics research piled into one Thread.
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