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The SUN is FROTHING - Is this normal?
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[quote:Hydra:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzM1MTcyOTAwX0JBMDhCQ0VD] Nothing unusual - happens all the time: http://www.google.de/search?tbm=isch&sa=1&q=Cak+filter+sun Photos from 2008: http://www.strehlbuster.com/sonne/archiv/200803/200803.htm The filter shows the sun in a wave lenght, that is almost UV - thus it is used mainly for photographic purpose (not visual observation). The CaK filter shows the layer between the photosphere (white light) and chromosphere (H-alpha). It's not so common, because it is quite expensive (US$ 350 compared to a white light filter US$ 20) and doesn't show solar flares as nice as an H-alpha filter. . [/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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