STRIKING regularities in the occurrence of intense solar flares have been identified, and an investigation of these regularities is beginning to provide new information about solar disturbance events.
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PAGHIS, I. Regularities in the Occurrence of Solar Flares. Nature 202, 992–994 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1038/202992b0
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