Solar cycle 16
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Solar cycle 16 was the sixteenth solar cycle since 1755, when recording of solar sunspot activity began. The solar cycle lasted 10.1 years, beginning in August 1923 and ending in September 1933. The maximum smoothed sunspot number (monthly number of sunspots averaged over a twelve-month period) observed during the solar cycle was 78.1, and the minimum was 3.5. There were a total of 568 days with no sunspots during this cycle.
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