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SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)

 
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D rap jumped up out of nowhere,mystery protons,gotta love it. Did we have a filament sneak by us a couple days ago?
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U heard its because of the prominence eruption
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I am searching for data about late onset Protons as well as Coronal Hole factors in events like this,I have found this -

'An examination of the data shows the full set can be divided into two families--those that begin at the geosynchronous satellite at a time consistent with what would be expected for activity from a given heliolongitude, and those whose onset is later than what accepted forecast techniques would predict. There are 21 "long onset" events in this historical record. Seeking to understand what factors distinguished the slow-to-arrive events, Helium I 1083.0 nm observations were examined for the presence of coronal holes at the times of the SEPs. It was found that all SEPs with long onset times had a coronal hole situated between the flare site and the footpoint of the interplanetary magnetic field line connecting to Earth (Kunches and Zwickl, 1997 Solar-Terrestrial Predictions-V, Hiraiso Solar-Terrestrial Research Center, Ibaraki, Japan). This coronal hole configuration is important for accurate predictions, although the hole may serve as merely a proxy for the plasma conditions that actually affect the propagation and acceleration of the protons'. [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] .

Still reading up.

hf
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Still on the Protons,the South-West Prominence/Filament eruption did put out a fair bit of energy,here is the super-hot passband 94 Angstroms [link to sdodata.oma.be] I'm thinking they could very well be related to that event.

I can't remember where Earths' footpoint tether is on the disk,that info would help alot!

sunhf
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Here ya go, SC-it's just west of the coronal hole.

[link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


Sweet,Ta' muchly Hughthumbs

So I am wondering now then whether this - 'It was found that all SEPs with long onset times had a coronal hole situated between the flare site and the footpoint of the interplanetary magnetic field line connecting to Earth' from the Above ^ ^ quote applies here with the Filament Channel Flare up from the South-West [link to sdodata.oma.be] and the location of the CH to our Footpoint Tether?

Perhaps.
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That is,unless I have misread the piece quoted...I have been awake awhile afterallscratching
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

D rap jumped up out of nowhere,mystery protons,gotta love it. Did we have a filament sneak by us a couple days ago?
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[link to www.solarham.net]
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Quite considerable!?

We did just have this [link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov] mild flaring.

:idunno:
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whoa, 9 o'clock

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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whoa, 9 o'clock

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Nice catch mtn, nice to see ya, love kitty's lid!
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PHEW, have not seen it like that in a long time.
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Solar Wind density looks like it is giving us the finger.

IMAGE ( [link to i50.tinypic.com] )

The magnetogram is also showing a disturbance.

IMAGE ( [link to i48.tinypic.com] )

Is this activity from the filament dances that SC was posting about night before last?
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[link to www.facebook.com]

this was just posted on FB WHOA is right
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whoa, 9 o'clock

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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I think you'll find that that is 8:30 on the dial,nae' 9 : P

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whoa, 9 o'clock

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Hello Bro'sunhf

Looks cool here also [link to halpha.nso.edu] .
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Here she comes now,now [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] will it make it!?
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I have just been reading up on Sol and came across this page I have not encountered before that has some very grandiose claims that I am yet to verify but thought I'd share some of it with you anyhow.

Here -

' One of Sol's most unusual features is its orbit around the center of the galaxy, which is significantly less elliptical ("eccentric") than those of other stars similar in age and type and is only slightly inclined relative to the Galactic plane. This circularity in Sol's orbit prevents it from plunging into the inner Galaxy where life-threatening supernovae are more common. Moreover, the small inclination to the galactic plane prevents abrupt crossings of the plane that would stir up the Sol's Oort Cloud and bombard the Earth with life-threatening comets.

What's more, the Sun is orbiting very close to the "corotation radius" of the galaxy, where the angular speed (raised to 914,000 kilometers or 568,000 miles per hour) of the galaxy's spiral arms (see chart) matches that of the stars within. As a result, Sol avoids crossing the spiral arms too often, which exposes Earth to supernovae that are also more common there. These exceptional circumstances may have made it more likely for life and human intelligence to emerge on Earth. According to Guillermo Gonzalez (an astronomer at the University of Washington in Seattle), fewer than five percent of all stars in the galaxy enjoy such a life-enhancing galactic orbit. Other astronomers point out, however, that many nearby stars move with Sol in a similar galactic orbit.

In September 2008, a team of astronomers submitted a paper suggesting that the Milky Way's spiral arms have cast the Sun far from its birthplace over time, based on the results of new numerical simulations. As a result, stars near the Solar System vary widely in their chemical composition because a number of them appear to have been perturbed by the galaxy's arms into "wild" or elongated orbits that move them far from their birthplace. However, this perturbation by the spiral arms still preserves the orbital circularity of many stars (including the Sun) around the galactic center (more from Rachel Courtland, New Scientist, September 17, 2008; Rok Rospamkar et al, 2008; and the Rospamkar team's an animation of how the creation and destruction of galactic spiral arms can causes stars to migrate far from their birthplace).'

'In recent millenia, the Sun has been passing through a Local Interstellar Cloud (LIC) that is flowing away from the Scorpius-Centaurus Association of young stars dominated by extremely hot and bright O and B spectral types, many of which will end their brief lives violently as supernovae. The LIC is itself surrounded by a larger, lower density cavity in the interstellar medium (ISM) called the Local Bubble, that was probably formed by one or more relatively recent supernova explosions. As shown in a 2002 Astronomy Picture of the Day, located just outside the Local Bubble are: high-density molecular clouds such as the Aquila Rift which surrounds some star forming regions; the Gum Nebula, a region of hot ionized hydrogen gas which includes the Vela Supernova Remnant, which is expanding to create fragmented shells of material like the LIC; and the Orion Shell and Orion Association, which includes the Great Orion Nebula, the Trapezium of hot B- and O-type stars, the three belt stars of Orion, and local blue supergiant star Rigel'.

[link to www.solstation.com]

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I have just been reading up on Sol and came across this page I have not encountered before that has some very grandiose claims that I am yet to verify but thought I'd share some of it with you anyhow.

Here -

' One of Sol's most unusual features is its orbit around the center of the galaxy, which is significantly less elliptical ("eccentric") than those of other stars similar in age and type and is only slightly inclined relative to the Galactic plane. This circularity in Sol's orbit prevents it from plunging into the inner Galaxy where life-threatening supernovae are more common. Moreover, the small inclination to the galactic plane prevents abrupt crossings of the plane that would stir up the Sol's Oort Cloud and bombard the Earth with life-threatening comets.

What's more, the Sun is orbiting very close to the "corotation radius" of the galaxy, where the angular speed (raised to 914,000 kilometers or 568,000 miles per hour) of the galaxy's spiral arms (see chart) matches that of the stars within. As a result, Sol avoids crossing the spiral arms too often, which exposes Earth to supernovae that are also more common there. These exceptional circumstances may have made it more likely for life and human intelligence to emerge on Earth. According to Guillermo Gonzalez (an astronomer at the University of Washington in Seattle), fewer than five percent of all stars in the galaxy enjoy such a life-enhancing galactic orbit. Other astronomers point out, however, that many nearby stars move with Sol in a similar galactic orbit.

In September 2008, a team of astronomers submitted a paper suggesting that the Milky Way's spiral arms have cast the Sun far from its birthplace over time, based on the results of new numerical simulations. As a result, stars near the Solar System vary widely in their chemical composition because a number of them appear to have been perturbed by the galaxy's arms into "wild" or elongated orbits that move them far from their birthplace. However, this perturbation by the spiral arms still preserves the orbital circularity of many stars (including the Sun) around the galactic center (more from Rachel Courtland, New Scientist, September 17, 2008; Rok Rospamkar et al, 2008; and the Rospamkar team's an animation of how the creation and destruction of galactic spiral arms can causes stars to migrate far from their birthplace).'

'In recent millenia, the Sun has been passing through a Local Interstellar Cloud (LIC) that is flowing away from the Scorpius-Centaurus Association of young stars dominated by extremely hot and bright O and B spectral types, many of which will end their brief lives violently as supernovae. The LIC is itself surrounded by a larger, lower density cavity in the interstellar medium (ISM) called the Local Bubble, that was probably formed by one or more relatively recent supernova explosions. As shown in a 2002 Astronomy Picture of the Day, located just outside the Local Bubble are: high-density molecular clouds such as the Aquila Rift which surrounds some star forming regions; the Gum Nebula, a region of hot ionized hydrogen gas which includes the Vela Supernova Remnant, which is expanding to create fragmented shells of material like the LIC; and the Orion Shell and Orion Association, which includes the Great Orion Nebula, the Trapezium of hot B- and O-type stars, the three belt stars of Orion, and local blue supergiant star Rigel'.

[link to www.solstation.com]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Interesting read. I've never been a Nibiru/PlanetX follower, but I found this interesting.
" Sol b?

In 1999, U.K. and U.S. astronomers independently reported finding evidence that one or more large planets or brown dwarfs gravitationally bound to our Sun, Sol may be perturbing the orbits of two different groups of long-period comets at the outer reaches of the Oort Cloud into the inner Solar System with the assistance of galactic tidal forces. Calculations in 1999 by John B. Murray of the United Kingdom focus on a smaller region centered around Constellation Delphinus at an estimated distance of 32,000 AUs (John B. Murray, 1999). The U.S. team (led by John J. Matese) most recently estimated that the substellar object (proposed to be named Tyche, the sister of Nemesis) may have a mass around one to four Jupiter-masses in the innermost region of the outer Oort Cloud, possibly orbiting Sol at around 10,000 to 30,000 AUs depending on its actual mass (Matese et al, 2010; and Lisa Grossman, Wired Science, November 29, 2010). While some astronomers have speculated that Matese and Murray are being misled by random statistical fluctuations or the past gravitational effects of passing stars, Matese believes that confirmation through direct observation can be achieved by NASA with its Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite. On May 25, 2011, at the 218th American Astronomical Society Meeting, Ned (Edward L.) Wright, principal investigator of the WISE Mission, noted that Tyche might be detectable as a "possible low-mass brown [dwarf]" in observational data already collected by WISE (now being processed) if it has at least two Jupiter-masses (AAS presentation abstract by Lissauer et al, 2011; and John Matson, blog at Scientific American, May 27, 2011)."
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I have just been reading up on Sol and came across this page I have not encountered before that has some very grandiose claims that I am yet to verify but thought I'd share some of it with you anyhow.

Here -

' One of Sol's most unusual features is its orbit around the center of the galaxy, which is significantly less elliptical ("eccentric") than those of other stars similar in age and type and is only slightly inclined relative to the Galactic plane. This circularity in Sol's orbit prevents it from plunging into the inner Galaxy where life-threatening supernovae are more common. Moreover, the small inclination to the galactic plane prevents abrupt crossings of the plane that would stir up the Sol's Oort Cloud and bombard the Earth with life-threatening comets.

What's more, the Sun is orbiting very close to the "corotation radius" of the galaxy, where the angular speed (raised to 914,000 kilometers or 568,000 miles per hour) of the galaxy's spiral arms (see chart) matches that of the stars within. As a result, Sol avoids crossing the spiral arms too often, which exposes Earth to supernovae that are also more common there. These exceptional circumstances may have made it more likely for life and human intelligence to emerge on Earth. According to Guillermo Gonzalez (an astronomer at the University of Washington in Seattle), fewer than five percent of all stars in the galaxy enjoy such a life-enhancing galactic orbit. Other astronomers point out, however, that many nearby stars move with Sol in a similar galactic orbit.

In September 2008, a team of astronomers submitted a paper suggesting that the Milky Way's spiral arms have cast the Sun far from its birthplace over time, based on the results of new numerical simulations. As a result, stars near the Solar System vary widely in their chemical composition because a number of them appear to have been perturbed by the galaxy's arms into "wild" or elongated orbits that move them far from their birthplace. However, this perturbation by the spiral arms still preserves the orbital circularity of many stars (including the Sun) around the galactic center (more from Rachel Courtland, New Scientist, September 17, 2008; Rok Rospamkar et al, 2008; and the Rospamkar team's an animation of how the creation and destruction of galactic spiral arms can causes stars to migrate far from their birthplace).'

'In recent millenia, the Sun has been passing through a Local Interstellar Cloud (LIC) that is flowing away from the Scorpius-Centaurus Association of young stars dominated by extremely hot and bright O and B spectral types, many of which will end their brief lives violently as supernovae. The LIC is itself surrounded by a larger, lower density cavity in the interstellar medium (ISM) called the Local Bubble, that was probably formed by one or more relatively recent supernova explosions. As shown in a 2002 Astronomy Picture of the Day, located just outside the Local Bubble are: high-density molecular clouds such as the Aquila Rift which surrounds some star forming regions; the Gum Nebula, a region of hot ionized hydrogen gas which includes the Vela Supernova Remnant, which is expanding to create fragmented shells of material like the LIC; and the Orion Shell and Orion Association, which includes the Great Orion Nebula, the Trapezium of hot B- and O-type stars, the three belt stars of Orion, and local blue supergiant star Rigel'.

[link to www.solstation.com]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Interesting read. I've never been a Nibiru/PlanetX follower, but I found this interesting.
" Sol b?

In 1999, U.K. and U.S. astronomers independently reported finding evidence that one or more large planets or brown dwarfs gravitationally bound to our Sun, Sol may be perturbing the orbits of two different groups of long-period comets at the outer reaches of the Oort Cloud into the inner Solar System with the assistance of galactic tidal forces. Calculations in 1999 by John B. Murray of the United Kingdom focus on a smaller region centered around Constellation Delphinus at an estimated distance of 32,000 AUs (John B. Murray, 1999). The U.S. team (led by John J. Matese) most recently estimated that the substellar object (proposed to be named Tyche, the sister of Nemesis) may have a mass around one to four Jupiter-masses in the innermost region of the outer Oort Cloud, possibly orbiting Sol at around 10,000 to 30,000 AUs depending on its actual mass (Matese et al, 2010; and Lisa Grossman, Wired Science, November 29, 2010). While some astronomers have speculated that Matese and Murray are being misled by random statistical fluctuations or the past gravitational effects of passing stars, Matese believes that confirmation through direct observation can be achieved by NASA with its Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite. On May 25, 2011, at the 218th American Astronomical Society Meeting, Ned (Edward L.) Wright, principal investigator of the WISE Mission, noted that Tyche might be detectable as a "possible low-mass brown [dwarf]" in observational data already collected by WISE (now being processed) if it has at least two Jupiter-masses (AAS presentation abstract by Lissauer et al, 2011; and John Matson, blog at Scientific American, May 27, 2011)."
 Quoting: muse_1111


Hello,yes,there have already been discovered Planetoids orbiting in the Oort Cloud and I believe there are more out there for sure,1998 WW31 has a diameter of around 150Kms and that has been found orbiting in the Oort Cloud and then there is Sedna with a Diameter of around 1000Kms - I think it possible that there is still something much larger out there that is yet to be discovered like the theorized Tychehf

[link to newspaper.li] <--- Tyche?
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Here she comes now,now [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] will it make it!?
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Almost there!

Check the DRap also [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] .
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Here she comes now,now [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] will it make it!?
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Almost there!

Check the DRap also [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] .
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


For S1?
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We are still getting pummeled by something [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] and the Fok/RC Ring is squished which means our Magnetopause must be [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .

This has been ongoing for a while now.

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Here she comes now,now [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] will it make it!?
 Quoting: SC 14589973


Almost there!

Check the DRap also [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] .
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


For S1?
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Once we reach the dotted line.

Hello Angel : )

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We are still getting pummeled by something [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] and the Fok/RC Ring is squished which means our Magnetopause must be [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .

This has been ongoing for a while now.

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Hi SC ~

Forgive me as it has been a very emotional day.

Do you know what is causing the proton jump and the magno to act weird?

I have read through your posts and I cannot get a connection.

hf

Much Love,
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We are still getting pummeled by something [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] and the Fok/RC Ring is squished which means our Magnetopause must be [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .

This has been ongoing for a while now.

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Hi SC ~

Forgive me as it has been a very emotional day.

Do you know what is causing the proton jump and the magno to act weird?

I have read through your posts and I cannot get a connection.

hf

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Hello Tinkhf

With the Protons I am assuming they are due to the CME and Filament Channel Flare and the Mag. may very well be due to our Magnetic Footpoint on the Sun which is located just to the West of the giant Southern Coronal Hole - But nothing has been forecast by any official bodies that I have noticed so that is only my reasoning on just what the * is going on.
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We are still getting pummeled by something [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] and the Fok/RC Ring is squished which means our Magnetopause must be [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .

This has been ongoing for a while now.

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Hi SC ~

Forgive me as it has been a very emotional day.

Do you know what is causing the proton jump and the magno to act weird?

I have read through your posts and I cannot get a connection.

hf

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Hello Tinkhf

With the Protons I am assuming they are due to the CME and Filament Channel Flare and the Mag. may very well be due to our Magnetic Footpoint on the Sun which is located just to the West of the giant Southern Coronal Hole - But nothing has been forecast by any official bodies that I have noticed so that is only my reasoning on just what the * is going on.
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Thank you SC

hugs

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Magnetosphere/pause Sims. [link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .
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Here she comes now,now [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] will it make it!?
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Almost there!

Check the DRap also [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] .
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


For S1?
 Quoting: whiteangel


Once we reach the dotted line.

Hello Angel : )

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 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Gotcha. Been watching for it but wanted to make sure what you were referring too also.
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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
To you too Trinkgrin and b
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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12/14/2012 09:35 PM
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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
there was a channel eruption in the south east, and it caused an event where the entire east side of the earth facing southern coronal hole is dissapearing in on itself
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Hello NiNz : )

I cannae' find it capitano?
 Quoting: SC 14589973


Still on the Protons,the South-West Prominence/Filament eruption did put out a fair bit of energy,here is the super-hot passband 94 Angstroms [link to sdodata.oma.be] I'm thinking they could very well be related to that event.

I can't remember where Earths' footpoint tether is on the disk,that info would help alot!

sunhf
 Quoting: SC 14589973


Here ya go, SC-it's just west of the coronal hole.

[link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


if you watch the movie for all of today, Dec 14th in the AIA 094, 335, 193 filter
you will see the event im speaking of on the very eastern edge of the large southern coronal hole
i believe this is the event that caused todays proton event that is ongoing, and as Hugh pointed out, it is very close to where Earths footprint is for today
i have not been on all day till now, so i still have to run through some data to see whats what
after having the bad dream i did last night, then seeing the news today, i did not want to be anywhere near any source of media. i just cant see that stuff happening on the planet i live on. it tears my heart out :(
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We are still getting pummeled by something [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] and the Fok/RC Ring is squished which means our Magnetopause must be [link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] .

This has been ongoing for a while now.

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Hi SC ~

Forgive me as it has been a very emotional day.

Do you know what is causing the proton jump and the magno to act weird?

I have read through your posts and I cannot get a connection.

hf

Much Love,
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Hello Tinkhf

With the Protons I am assuming they are due to the CME and Filament Channel Flare and the Mag. may very well be due to our Magnetic Footpoint on the Sun which is located just to the West of the giant Southern Coronal Hole - But nothing has been forecast by any official bodies that I have noticed so that is only my reasoning on just what the * is going on.
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium



Thank you SC

hugs

Much Love,
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Hey Colorado Sis, I felt the same as you. So emotional my brain is complete mush and kept thinking I was missing something also. hugs
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