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

 
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Any news on the significance and potential for that sun spot? Thanks! I love the family atmosphere here, g'morning and g'nite are nice, Shenue. Remember, mean people suck! :-)
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We will have to wait a few days to get a better look at it. But it sure looks ginormous as of right now.
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Any news on the significance and potential for that sun spot? Thanks! I love the family atmosphere here, g'morning and g'nite are nice, Shenue. Remember, mean people suck! :-)
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We will have to wait a few days to get a better look at it. But it sure looks ginormous as of right now.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Hi GS, what is the history of huge 'ginormous' sun spots, do we have a comparison? Thanks!
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Any news on the significance and potential for that sun spot? Thanks! I love the family atmosphere here, g'morning and g'nite are nice, Shenue. Remember, mean people suck! :-)
 Quoting: Tropicalgirl


We will have to wait a few days to get a better look at it. But it sure looks ginormous as of right now.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Hi GS, what is the history of huge 'ginormous' sun spots, do we have a comparison? Thanks!
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You can use this as a comparison. It shows all the sunspots on the disk right now. That new region is the one on the left. If you click it, it will enlarge it.

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Wow it looks like it's sticking it's tounge out at us if you enlarge it.
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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
this was the same area of the sun when it was Earth facing 27 days ago
[link to www.solen.info]
here is what that very same area looks like today
[link to www.solen.info]

we can see a large increase in sunspots from the last rotation

Sunspot number today is: 196
this is the highest this has been for solar cycle 24
[link to www.solen.info]
when this area of the sun was earth facing last, 27 days ago on Dec 12, 2012, the sunspot number was 55
[link to spaceweather.com]

that is an increase of 141 within one solar rotation!
27 days!


here you can see the sunspot number peaks from all previous recorded solar cycles
[link to spaceweather.com]
the sunspot numer did not even get this high for solar cycle 23. We are now right around the same sunspot number that we saw for solar cycle 22
[link to www.solen.info]
projected cycle 24 progression
(looks like they were wrong)
[link to www.solen.info]


Hope everyone is ready for the big show
Solarmax is now arriving!



Facts and Information About The Solar Max
[link to www.brighthub.com]
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Wow Nin this is the Big Show...coming..aahhhhexplosion

I totally hope not.

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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time

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Yeah..It was almost a no show..and that was curious..
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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time
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It's gonna decay as it becomes earth facing. Haha
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Well good-night all. I need sleep. Praying..
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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time
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what u think will happen niin

your 5 cts
u think the max will have a bumppp
and will be much higher than they plan???
is what u saiyn right?

how long that ... big spot... to be geoefective? 10days? 2 weeks?
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us think rochild star tecnology and ships triyn to stop the Sun cycle ... or someone is decaiyng our Sun... in !!!
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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time
 Quoting: NiNzrez


It's gonna decay as it becomes earth facing. Haha
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


solarmax solarmax im talkin solar max haha
its about the numbers
but that nice sunspot sure is like the cherry on top of he cake
as always. we wait n see
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Have you ever seen a spot that big before Nin?

Also have you heard of a theory involving sunspots at 19.5 degrees? I saw a site one time whete the guy sounded very, very informed (I can no longer find the site despite much searching) who was basically spilling the beans that those in the know know that one flare from this degree point is the one to be reckoned with. He had a ton of data and it made sense.
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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time
 Quoting: NiNzrez


what u think will happen niin

your 5 cts
u think the max will have a bumppp
and will be much higher than they plan???
is what u saiyn right?

how long that ... big spot... to be geoefective? 10days? 2 weeks?
 Quoting: Cosmogenesis12


yeah i have always said i think nasa's 1st reports of how big this cycle will be are the correct ones
the minute we see any sunspot on the earth facing side of the sun, it has he potential to be geoeffective
a solar flare from that big sunspot would today be geoeffective. a CME would depend on direction of ejection.
the more directly in line with earth, the greater the risk
but as long as we see the sunspot, that risk is there

this sunspot should be directly earth facing in around 7 days, on around Jan 15th
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Have you ever seen a spot that big before Nin?

Also have you heard of a theory involving sunspots at 19.5 degrees? I saw a site one time whete the guy sounded very, very informed (I can no longer find the site despite much searching) who was basically spilling the beans that those in the know know that one flare from this degree point is the one to be reckoned with. He had a ton of data and it made sense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31741431


i have
this is the link i have saved for this
[link to ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com]

i think ill need to re read it in the morning
3:25am here and i have not slept yet haha
i will think better on some sleep ;)

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If you trust this database:

[link to sidc.oma.be]

last time we had around 190 sunspots was at solar maximum on
07/28/2002 192 sunspots
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in Sept 2011 we saw a sunspot that was as big as the one rotating over the eastern limb right now
it was named behemoth sunspot 1302


[link to youtu.be]

image of behemoth sunspot 1302
Sunspot 1302 Big Bad And Coming Right At Us
[link to www.spacedaily.com]

History of sunspot 1302

MAJOR X-FLARE + CME: Yesterday, Earth-orbiting satellites detected a long-duration X1.4-class solar flare coming from sunspot 1302 on the sun's eastern limb. The blast, which peaked at 1100 UT on Sept. 22nd, produced a significant coronal mass ejection (CME).
[link to spaceweather.com]

SATURDAY X-FLARE: Behemoth sunspot 1302 unleashed another strong flare on Saturday morning--an X1.9-category blast at 0940 UT
UPDATE: Sunspot AR1302 followed today's X2-flare with an M7-flare nearly as strong (movie).
ACTIVE SUNSPOT: New sunspot 1302 has already produced two X-flares (X1.4 on Sept. 22nd and X1.9 on Sept. 24th),
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Have you ever seen a spot that big before Nin?

Also have you heard of a theory involving sunspots at 19.5 degrees? I saw a site one time whete the guy sounded very, very informed (I can no longer find the site despite much searching) who was basically spilling the beans that those in the know know that one flare from this degree point is the one to be reckoned with. He had a ton of data and it made sense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31741431


i have
this is the link i have saved for this
[link to ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com]

i think ill need to re read it in the morning
3:25am here and i have not slept yet haha
i will think better on some sleep ;)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Hi Nin,

It wasn't anything new age. This guy worked on solar data andbasically claimed those in the know knew about the history of solar cycles and the mechanics of the sun. It was very descriptive and wasn't just some guy matching these theories together. It was about 2 years ago and he claimed it was regarding this cycle. I figured it would get pulled because of the nature of it. It spurred my interest quite a bit and for over a year I have been following your thread but hadn't seen anything. I want to thank you and the rest of the gang for all the input given over this last year and a half I think its been. Take care everyone.
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If you trust this database:

[link to sidc.oma.be]

last time we had around 190 sunspots was at solar maximum on
07/28/2002 192 sunspots
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31729631


before that over 190 sunspots on:

06 24 1999 195
06 25 1999 194
11 10 1999 206
11 11 1999 205


4 02 2000 193
5 14 2000 193
5 15 2000 205
7 10 2000 215
7 11 2000 202
7 13 2000 194
7 16 2000 197
7 17 2000 224
7 18 2000 228
7 19 2000 246
7 20 2000 241
7 21 2000 231
7 22 2000 216
7 23 2000 199
8 14 2000 204

3 26 2001 218
3 27 2001 241
3 28 2001 235
3 29 2001 233
3 30 2001 231
3 31 2001 205
6 16 2001 191
9 25 2001 193
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Have you ever seen a spot that big before Nin?

Also have you heard of a theory involving sunspots at 19.5 degrees? I saw a site one time whete the guy sounded very, very informed (I can no longer find the site despite much searching) who was basically spilling the beans that those in the know know that one flare from this degree point is the one to be reckoned with. He had a ton of data and it made sense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31741431


i have
this is the link i have saved for this
[link to ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com]

i think ill need to re read it in the morning
3:25am here and i have not slept yet haha
i will think better on some sleep ;)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Hi Nin,

It wasn't anything new age. This guy worked on solar data andbasically claimed those in the know knew about the history of solar cycles and the mechanics of the sun. It was very descriptive and wasn't just some guy matching these theories together. It was about 2 years ago and he claimed it was regarding this cycle. I figured it would get pulled because of the nature of it. It spurred my interest quite a bit and for over a year I have been following your thread but hadn't seen anything. I want to thank you and the rest of the gang for all the input given over this last year and a half I think its been. Take care everyone.
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we have been waiing and waiting for solarmax to get here
took its time
 Quoting: NiNzrez


what u think will happen niin

your 5 cts
u think the max will have a bumppp
and will be much higher than they plan???
is what u saiyn right?

how long that ... big spot... to be geoefective? 10days? 2 weeks?
 Quoting: Cosmogenesis12


yeah i have always said i think nasa's 1st reports of how big this cycle will be are the correct ones
the minute we see any sunspot on the earth facing side of the sun, it has he potential to be geoeffective
a solar flare from that big sunspot would today be geoeffective. a CME would depend on direction of ejection.
the more directly in line with earth, the greater the risk
but as long as we see the sunspot, that risk is there

this sunspot should be directly earth facing in around 7 days, on around Jan 15th
 Quoting: NiNzrez


thanks Niin

why is Australia on fire so dam strong.. the heat waves look like it caching some weird cosmic waves entering south pole or what???? is Sout australia All coming in


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Have you ever seen a spot that big before Nin?

Also have you heard of a theory involving sunspots at 19.5 degrees? I saw a site one time whete the guy sounded very, very informed (I can no longer find the site despite much searching) who was basically spilling the beans that those in the know know that one flare from this degree point is the one to be reckoned with. He had a ton of data and it made sense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31741431


i have
this is the link i have saved for this
[link to ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com]

i think ill need to re read it in the morning
3:25am here and i have not slept yet haha
i will think better on some sleep ;)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Hi Nin,

It wasn't anything new age. This guy worked on solar data andbasically claimed those in the know knew about the history of solar cycles and the mechanics of the sun. It was very descriptive and wasn't just some guy matching these theories together. It was about 2 years ago and he claimed it was regarding this cycle. I figured it would get pulled because of the nature of it. It spurred my interest quite a bit and for over a year I have been following your thread but hadn't seen anything. I want to thank you and the rest of the gang for all the input given over this last year and a half I think its been. Take care everyone.
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Maurice Cotterell

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31743650


Here's a better link for that interview:

[link to www.youtube.com]

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this was the same area of the sun when it was Earth facing 27 days ago
[link to www.solen.info]
here is what that very same area looks like today
[link to www.solen.info]

we can see a large increase in sunspots from the last rotation

Sunspot number today is: 196
this is the highest this has been for solar cycle 24
[link to www.solen.info]
when this area of the sun was earth facing last, 27 days ago on Dec 12, 2012, the sunspot number was 55
[link to spaceweather.com]

that is an increase of 141 within one solar rotation!
27 days!


here you can see the sunspot number peaks from all previous recorded solar cycles
[link to spaceweather.com]
the sunspot numer did not even get this high for solar cycle 23. We are now right around the same sunspot number that we saw for solar cycle 22
[link to www.solen.info]
projected cycle 24 progression
(looks like they were wrong)
[link to www.solen.info]


Hope everyone is ready for the big show
Solarmax is now arriving!



Facts and Information About The Solar Max
[link to www.brighthub.com]
and
[link to solcomhouse.com]
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much thanks for this collation.
cant thank you all enough for this thread
Jahlove : )
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Massive outburst in neighbor galaxy surprises astronomers. Is the Milky Way next?

Posted on January 8, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

The surprising discovery of a massive outburst in a neighboring galaxy is giving astronomers a tantalizing look at what likely is a powerful belch by a gorging black hole at the galaxy’s center.

January 8, 2013 – SPACE – “The discovery was entirely serendipitous. Our observations were spread over a few years, and when we looked at them, we found that one galaxy had changed over that time from being placid and quiescent, to undergoing a hugely energetic outburst at the end,” said Robert Minchin, of Arecibo Observatory, who presented the research. The scientists were using the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) 305-meter William E. Gordon Telescope at Arecibo for their study when they discovered the outburst in NGC 660, a spiral galaxy 44 million light-years distant in the constellation Pisces. The outburst was ten times brighter than the largest supernova, or exploding star. They reported their findings at the American Astronomical Society’s meeting in Long Beach, California. After detecting the outburst, the team continued to observe NGC 660 with the Arecibo Telescope, and also sought to determine the cause of the outburst using an international network of telescopes to make a detailed image of the galaxy. “High-resolution imaging is the key to understanding what’s going on,” said Emmanuel Momjian, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO). “We needed to know if the outburst came from a supernova in this galaxy or from the galaxy’s core. We could only do that by harnessing the high-resolution imaging power we get by joining widely-separated radio telescopes together.” The astronomers used a network called the High Sensitivity Array (HSA), composed of the NSF’s Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA), a continent-wide system of ten radio telescopes ranging from Hawaii to the Virgin islands; the Arecibo Telescope; the NSF’s 100-meter Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia; and the 100-meter Effelsberg Radio Telescope of the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Germany. “By adding the large collecting area of the three big dishes to the VLBA, we got the images much more quickly. What we did with the HSA in less than half a day would have taken nearly nine days with the VLBA alone,” Momjian said. The resulting images were more complex than the scientists expected. They thought they would see either the ring of an expanding supernova or a jet of superfast material from the galaxy’s core. Instead, they saw five sites of bright radio emission, one near the center of the galaxy and two on either side. “The most likely explanation is that there are jets coming from the core, but they are precessing, or wobbling, and the hot spots we see are where the jets slammed into material near the galaxy’s nucleus,” said Chris Salter, of Arecibo Observatory. “To confirm this, we will continue to observe the galaxy with the HSA over the next few years,” he added. If the jet idea is correct, the outburst probably was caused by material pulled into the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. The material would form a rapidly-spinning disk around the black hole before finally falling into it, and the disk would generate jets of particles blasting outward at nearly the speed of light. Astronomers are carefully watching a gas cloud in our own Milky Way Galaxy that is expected to fall into our Galaxy’s central black hole in the middle of this year. –Physics [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Good morning all hi

We should start to see the effects of that very slow moving CME from the 5th today around 10 or 11 AM EST.
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Good morning all.

This Karma thing is interesting. :-) I think someone removed my red karma....thank you!

Then someone said here is some green karma for you, but it was red, not green.

Then someone said....I gave you some red karma, where is it? So they gave another red karma to me. I really do have to smile beause it is a shame someone has nothing better to do than give out red karmas because of...nothing. So maybe this is a rite of passage. lol 3 red karmas in two days all because I say good morning and good night.
chin tap hmmm sm

Ok, back to the sun and catch up on what I've missed overnight.

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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
I realize this spot rotating in is big, but from what I can see so far it looks like a Beta. All sunspots are capable of producing significant flares, but odds are, the more complex the SR the better chance of significant flares.

Don't discount 1652 with an area of 320 (pretty fricken big) and a Beta-Gamma classification, an M and a couple of Cs under it's belt. Personally, I'll I have more faith in 52 producing flares for now wink

1638 N13W74 308 80 1 HSX 1 A
1640 N28W87 322 300 12 EHO 5 B
1641 N02W48 280 10 1 HRX 1 A
1642 S25W16 251 120 2 HSX 1 A
1644 N15W06 240 60 1 HSX 1 A
1645 S14W58 293 10 3 BXO 2 B
1646 N13E04 230 60 1 HSX 1 A
1648 N05E10 224 10 1 AXX 1 A
1649 S16E32 202 140 2 HSX 1 A
1650 S30E42 193 250 13 EHO 22 B
1652 N17E50 184 320 17 FKC 34 BG
1653 N07E49 185 30 7 CRO 6 B
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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
I also want to say thank you for all of the positive comments to me.

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