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The SUN is FROTHING - Is this normal?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 30442901:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzM1MTczMDEyX0ZBNzBCMDZC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 29310915:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzM1MTcxMzMyXzYwMDlBNDNC] [quote:Cryin Wont Help Ya:MV8yMDg4ODYwXzM1MTcxMjUyXzM3OTE2OThB] Pardon me, but aren't two of those articles from June of 2011? Seems like we've been in the cappuccino machine for at least a year and are still alive. [/quote] That's as far as the end of the solar system goes - that's not the main point. The main point is that Space Weather is talking about the sun frothing TODAY. I have never seen this before. Has anyone? [/quote] Nooooooooooo, the frothy image was taken on the 19th of Dec, but the magnetic froth can only bee seen by a filter or imaging technique known as Calcium K, and this is the most vivid image captured. Magnetic frothing is actually normal with sunspots. [/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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