Cycles of Time: 2 of 4: An Extraordinary New View of the Universe by Roger Penrose.

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Visible light photograph of sunspot, 13 December 2006

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Granules-like structure of surface of sun and sunspots (size around 20'000km). Visible light. Taken by Hinode's Solar Optical Telescope (SOT). These sunspots belong to AR 10930 where X3.4 flare occurred on that day.

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Created: 13 December 2006

Cycles of Time: 2 of 4: An Extraordinary New View of the Universe by Roger Penrose.

http://www.amazon.com/Cycles-Time-Extraordinary-View-Universe/dp/0307278468/ref=sr15?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1457314127&sr=1-5&keywords=roger+penrose

“We must understand why the universe began in an incredibly special state, so well ordered that 14 billion years later, the universe still has not reached maximum disorder. Penrose is at his best when he explains this deep and beautiful mystery, and the book may be worth reading for this chapter alone.” —Science