Officially, the Sun remains blank and spotless for the 32nd consecutive day--a sign that Solar Minimum is still underway. This interval has pushed the current Solar Minimum into historic territory. Since 2016, there have been 826 spotless days. To find a lull in the solar cycle with more spotless days, you have to go back to the years around 1913 when the Sun racked up 1023 spotless days. We are now experiencing a century-class Solar Minimum. Expect more blank suns in 2020. Stay Tuned!