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[quote:Isis7:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzMzNjU1NTk3XzVDNzhCNUM1] [quote:shadasonic:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzMzNjM4MDQ3XzkyMzcyNDFF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 20898323:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzMzNjM3OTk5Xzk3OTM1QzhE] [quote:shadasonic:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzMzNjM3OTQ4XzU1M0ExMjU2] [quote:shadasonic:MV8xNDk0NTg4XzMzNjM3OTM3X0M4QzVDQUZD] [quote:shadasonic:MV8xMzgyOTUyXzMzNjM3OTMwXzI5RjZGRUEx] [quote:Hugh M Eye:MV8xMzgyOTUyXzMzNjM3OTAwXzJEQkFENjI=] For anyone who missed it here's the Mauna Loa movie of the large filament eruption (not from 1575, but about 10 degrees east). The fact that this filament was straddling the equator means we're looking at a worst-case scenario as far as geo-effectiveness is concerned. This eruption was perfectly located to give us a strong geo-magnetic storm and some awesome aurora this weekend. http://halpha.nso.edu/movie_M.html HOLD THE PRESSES! NASA Goddard predicts [b]this CME will arrive TODAY![/b]This one is really fast!! Event Issue Date: 2012-09-28 01:20:34.0 GMT [b]CME Arrival Time: 2012-09-28 22:43:02.0 GMT[/b] Arival Time Confidence Level: ± 6 hours Disturbance Duration: 6 hours Disturbance Duration Confidence Level: ± 8 hours Magnetopause Standoff Distance: 4.2 Re http://iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/ I must get some rest now, looks like another interesting day of solar excitement tomorrow. Good-night and blessings to all. [/quote] This is no joke pardner, we got some particles coming in hot! [/quote] Grab your seats and hold on ! [/quote] THIS IS REAL AND ITS DENSE, HOLY SHIT HERE IT COMES! [/quote] When is the arrival? [/quote] Says tomorrow, that can't be right? [/quote] Perhaps this is getting required information faster to determine and process the data. [b] NASA’s Next Science Mission: Radiation Belt Storm Probes[/b] Launch August 30, 2012 Atlas V from Cape Canaveral, Florida Space weather can affect the performance and reliability of our technologies, and pose a threat to astronauts and spacecraft. RBSP will measure one aspect of space weather, charged particles that can damage satellites or astronauts in space. RBSP satellites will broadcast space weather data nearly 24/7 that will be received by ground stations in the US and around the world. Data is available within minutes. http://science.nasa.gov/heliophysics/rbsp-mission/ [/quote]
link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com
Its going around the ring... South America next.
For anyone interested in Earthquake predictions:
I guessed 2 that have hit by looking at the above link and seeing a pattern. I'm talking above 4.0 Mags. Please take a look and tell me where you think the next one is going to be and why.
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