What properties do sunspots have?

Lower temperature and strong electric field
Higher temperature
Lower temperature and strong magnetic field
These are holes in the photosphere
Sunspots are tem­po­rary phe­nom­e­na on the Sun's pho­to­sphere that appear as spots darker than the sur­round­ing areas. They are regions of reduced surface tem­per­a­ture caused by con­cen­tra­tions of magnetic field flux that inhibit con­vec­tion.

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Lower temperature and strong electric field
Higher temperature
Lower temperature and strong magnetic field
These are holes in the photosphere
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These are holes in the photosphere
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