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The SUN is FROTHING - Is this normal?
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[quote:RightMama:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzM1MTcyODMyXzdFRTlFNDM0] [quote:Anonymous Coward 29310915:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzQ5QjBBNDdC] Is this doomy or not, please? [/quote] I say doo-me, and you say doomy ... So let's call the whole thing off! I check the spaceweather site often, 2-3 times a week, for more than a year now, and I have [b]NEVER[/b] heard or seen them describe "froth"! The link to the article that you provided has me even more nervous!! If the sun is going to send a giant gas bubble, tomorrow would be a great day to do it!! There is nothing we can do to stop it soo... Until then I will be watching National Lampoons's Christmas Vacation and sipping hot spiced apple cider and rum (Sailer Jerry).:popcorn: [/quote]
No sunspots, just "magnetic froth":
link to www.spaceweather.com
The only other reference I can find to magnetic froth is magnetic froth found at the edge of our solar system:
link to www.nersc.gov
Is this doomy or not, please?
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