2 Huge Sun Eruptions in 2 Days

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PostFri Aug 06, 2010 12:34 pm » by Rich316


megame23 wrote:WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE!!!!



I'm just kidding, good info here slush.

There are massive changes happening in our solar system. Our sun is going crazy, Jupiter's belts and spots are changing, who the hell knows what just happened to Venus. Then here on earth, just look at the weather and natural disasters we have been having.


Yeah.. I guess so... BUT there is nothing to worry about.. we're under some kind of management and the plan is not for us to wiped off the face of the earth, now or in the future... Would be just pointless.. and the universe has purpose, it's intelligent in every way.. Our destiny is to excel, not die.. have no fear, good things are coming our way.

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PostSat Aug 07, 2010 3:44 pm » by Slushpup


Coronal Holes:
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A solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole could reach Earth on August 8th or 9th.


FAREWELL SOLAR MINIMUM:

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Sunspots 1092 and 1093 pose a threat for C-class solar flares. Two small, un-numbered sunspots may be found at the circled locations. Credit: SDO/HMI

http://www.spaceweather.com/images2010/ ... h73vi7gfk2

Solar activity is picking up and that gives some astronomers reason to wake up in the morning. "Ah the dawn of a new day... and what a day it was!" says Wouter Verhesen of the Netherlands, who took this picture of the morning sun on August 6th:

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"There were massive prominences sticking out of the sun everywhere, sunspots galore, and even a small flare in AR1093," says Verhesen. "I can't remember the last time I had so much to do with my small solarscope. Farewell solar minimum, you will not be missed!"
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PostMon Aug 09, 2010 1:36 am » by Slushpup


CLASS M1 SOLAR BLAST JUST MISSES EARTH:

http://www.spaceweather.com/

On August 7th (1825 UT), magnetic fields around sunspot 1093 became unstable and erupted, producing a strong M1-class solar flare. Several amateur astronomers caught the active region in mid-flare, while NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded an extreme ultraviolet movie of the entire event:


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The eruption hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space, just missing a direct sun-Earth line. Forecasters expect the cloud to deliver no more than a glancing blow to our planet's magnetic field when it billows by on August 9th or 10th--not be a major space weather event.

Future eruptions could turn out differently. Active region 1093 is rotating toward Earth. By the end of this weekend, we'll be in the line of fire if its magnetic fields become unstable again.

EXTRA! SOLAR RADIO BURSTS: The flare produced intense radio bursts detectable by ordinary shortwave receivers on Earth. In New Mexico, amateur radio astronomer Thomas Ashcraft picked up strong emissions around 21 MHz. "Listen to some of the sounds than came out of the loudspeakers," he says. "This was a complex flare and very exciting. Yet it is still small stuff compared to what is coming in the future as Solar Cycle 24 intensifies."
http://www.heliotown.com/SflareAug07.20 ... hcraft.mp3


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PostMon Aug 09, 2010 1:47 am » by obamaistheking


WILLIAM ONE SAC IS A GIANT DICK EATING FAGGOT WHO SHOULD GO AND SUCK LADY GAGA'S COCK

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PostMon Aug 09, 2010 8:02 am » by Rich316


slushpup wrote:Coronal Holes:
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A solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole could reach Earth on August 8th or 9th.


FAREWELL SOLAR MINIMUM:

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Sunspots 1092 and 1093 pose a threat for C-class solar flares. Two small, un-numbered sunspots may be found at the circled locations. Credit: SDO/HMI

http://www.spaceweather.com/images2010/ ... h73vi7gfk2

Solar activity is picking up and that gives some astronomers reason to wake up in the morning. "Ah the dawn of a new day... and what a day it was!" says Wouter Verhesen of the Netherlands, who took this picture of the morning sun on August 6th:

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"There were massive prominences sticking out of the sun everywhere, sunspots galore, and even a small flare in AR1093," says Verhesen. "I can't remember the last time I had so much to do with my small solarscope. Farewell solar minimum, you will not be missed!"


You're starting to crack me up dude.


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