La Antártida bate su récord de temperatura con 18,3 grados

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It's unlikely, therefore, that the upcoming GSM will have any impact on global temperatures, solar scientist Mathew Owens told The Sun.

"The small reduction in the Sun's energy associated with a solar minimum is vastly offset by effects caused by human activity, such as CO2 in the atmosphere," Professor Owens, of Reading University, said.

"Thus there will probably be no detectable effect on global climate."