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

 
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cant say for 100% sure just yet, because we need a bit better of a view (that we will have later today)
but as it is right now with what we Cant see...
it is not 2 sunspots
it is one
with a leading spot, and a trailing spot
and there is area filled in between the leading spot and the trailing spot

we can see here that it is one sunspot with only a small viewable seperation between the leading spot and the trailing spot

:monsterspot3:

:monsterspot2:


Edit: typo, "can" was suposto be "Can't"
 Quoting: NiNzrez


 Quoting: NiNzrez


Looks like all the same spot to me ....

:1813:


.....all within the same penumbra.
 Quoting: TS66
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I'm not seeing a classification on it yet, looks like at least a BG if not a BGD
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If it keeps a strong magnetic mix and even releases a descent M class our grid is gonna really feel it.

I imagine a direct X class from this would just strip away the already failing magnetosphere and atmosphere. Resulting in our irradiating.



Don't worry about it too much, this too will probably get pee shy like the others and decay. I for one hope for doom!

arnoldsolardoom!
:1813:
If it remains looking like that though i'd go ahead and hiding
 Quoting: Da fuq


Wow, notice the color, it is telling you +--+, that's positive, negative,negative,positive.

That is going to be the short out of short out's that I have ever seen!
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


I'll be the first to say;

These Sunspots are going to give us an X class flare with very strong CME. There, I put it on the line.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


GLP Effect in 3....2....1....
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I hope.
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we have been talking about this today
way to soon yet to know if it is 2 sunspots, or one big one
with a large leading spot and a large trailing sunspot
we will know more by later tonight as it rotates a bit more in our direction and were able to get a better look :)
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Looks like all the same spot to me ....

:1813:


.....all within the same penumbra.
 Quoting: TS66


yeah i agree
i was saying the same on the previous page
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wink
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I'll be the first to say;

These Sunspots are going to give us an X class flare with very strong CME. There, I put it on the line.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


GLP Effect in 3....2....1....
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I'm not gonna hold my breath. Whatever force is causing all earth facing sunspots to weaken will probably effect this big boy as well.
 Quoting: Da fuq


well.....maybe not .......

it is closeing in on the one year anniversery of our last big X flare.....

I think it was January 27 2012......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31760125


X1.7 Flare on 1/27/2012 @ 18:33 UTC - Sunspot 1402
- CME produced ETA: 16:00 UTC Jan 30, 2012
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]
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GLP Effect in 3....2....1....
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I'm not gonna hold my breath. Whatever force is causing all earth facing sunspots to weaken will probably effect this big boy as well.
 Quoting: Da fuq


well.....maybe not .......

it is closeing in on the one year anniversery of our last big X flare.....

I think it was January 27 2012......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31760125


X1.7 Flare on 1/27/2012 @ 18:33 UTC - Sunspot 1402
- CME produced ETA: 16:00 UTC Jan 30, 2012
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]
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good old sunspot 1402......thanks W.angel
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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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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

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Here's a better link for that interview:

[link to www.youtube.com]

thumbs
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


The mechanics visually:

[link to www.youtube.com]

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I'm not gonna hold my breath. Whatever force is causing all earth facing sunspots to weaken will probably effect this big boy as well.
 Quoting: Da fuq


well.....maybe not .......

it is closeing in on the one year anniversery of our last big X flare.....

I think it was January 27 2012......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31760125


X1.7 Flare on 1/27/2012 @ 18:33 UTC - Sunspot 1402
- CME produced ETA: 16:00 UTC Jan 30, 2012
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: whiteangel


good old sunspot 1402......thanks W.angel
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31760125


You are most welcome. I was scrolling through Ninz blog and wow, it was fun times then. Below is just in July, and then then sun went to sleep.

July 2012
Total M Flares = 45
Total X Flares = 2
M1.1 Flare on 7/29/2012 @ 15:48 UTC - Sunspot 1536
M2.3 Flare on 7/29/2012 @ 06:22 UTC - Sunspot 1532
- CME produced- Earth Directed
- ETA: Aug 1, 2012
M6.1 Flare on 7/28/2012 @ 20:56 UTC - Sunspot 1532
- CME produced- Earth Directed
- ETA: July 31, 2012
M2.7 Flare on 7/27/2012 @ 17:26 UTC - Sunspot 1532
M7.7 Flare on 7/19/2012 @ 05:58 UTC - Sunspot 1520
- LDE lasting 10hrs
M1.7 Flare on 7/17/2012 @ 17:15 UTC - Sunspot 1520
- LDE lasting 7hrs
- CME produced- ETA: July 20, 2012
M1.0 Flare on 7/14/2012 @ 04:58 UTC - Sunspot 1520
X1.4 Flare on 7/12/2012 @ 16:52 UTC - Sunspot 1520
- LDE lasting 5hrs
- CME produced- Earth Directed
- ETA: We calculated the time of arrival around 06:00 July 14th
+/- 4hrs
Read the full report on this event Here:
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]

M2.0 Flare on 7/10/2012 @ 06:27 UTC - Sunspot 1520
M1.7 Flare on 7/10/2012 @ 05:14 UTC - Sunspot 1520
M1.1 Flare on 7/09/2012 @ 23:07 UTC - Sunspot 1520

July 8th total M Flare count = 4
M6.9 Flare on 7/08/2012 @ 16:32 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.4 Flare on 7/08/2012 @ 12:10 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.1 Flare on 7/08/2012 @ 09:53 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.3 Flare on 7/08/2012 @ 05:46 UTC - Sunspot 1515

July 7th total M Flare count = 3
M2.6 Flare on 7/07/2012 @ 11:03 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.0 Flare on 7/07/2012 @ 08:28 UTC - Sunspot 1520
M1.2 Flare on 7/07/2012 @ 03:15 UTC - Sunspot 1515

July 6th total M Flare count = 6
July 6th total X Flare count = 1
X1.1 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 23:08 UTC - Sunspot 1515
Read the full report on this event Here:
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]
M1.3 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 18:55 UTC - Sunspot 1520
M1.2 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 13:30 UTC - Sunspot 1520
M1.8 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 10:29 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.5 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 08:23 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.0 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 02:51 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M2.9 Flare on 7/06/2012 @ 01:40 UTC - Sunspot 1515

July 5th total M Flare count = 11
M1.6 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 21:45 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.6 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 20:14 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.2 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 13:18 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M6.1 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 11:44 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.8 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 10:48 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.3 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 07:45 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.1 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 06:58 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M4.7 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 03:36 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M2.2 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 02:42 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M2.4 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 01:10 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.1 Flare on 7/05/2012 @ 00:43 UTC - Sunspot 1515

July 4th total M Flare count = 7
M1.2 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 23:55 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M4.6 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 22:09 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M1.8 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 16:39 UTC - Sunspot 1513
M1.3 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 14:40 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M2.3 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 12:24 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M5.3 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 09:45 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M2.3 Flare on 7/04/2012 @ 04:37 UTC - Sunspot 1515

M3.8 Flare on 7/02/2012 @ 20:07 UTC - Sunspot 1515
M5.6 Flare on 7/02/2012 @ 10:52 UTC - Sunspot 1515
- CME produced- ETA: July 5th
M1.1 Flare on 7/02/2012 @ 00:35 UTC - Sunspot 1513
M2.8 Flare on 7/01/2012 @ 19:18 UTC - Sunspot 1513
[link to mysolaralerts.blogspot.com]
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Frankie is a wizard.
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Frankie is a wizard.
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OMG if Frankie is confirming this then we're in trouble !

Those telephone poles behind him look pretty anxious as well...uhoh
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watch 1652....
if it decays this massive thing just might.

i still see all SS going quiet....1640 quiet then got all worked up again.
if 1652 break this trend all bet from me are off.

we have seen huge SS rolls around this cycle and give zip...nadda...and the little things roll around the backside and BLAM! like this summer.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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Hey all, computers been virused to all hell, won't be on much in the next couple days. What a horrible time for it, with that or those monsters approaching. Much love and hopefully will be back on soon
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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watch 1652....
if it decays this massive thing just might.

i still see all SS going quiet....1640 quiet then got all worked up again.
if 1652 break this trend all bet from me are off.

we have seen huge SS rolls around this cycle and give zip...nadda...and the little things roll around the backside and BLAM! like this summer.
 Quoting: psyoptics


ohyeah We can only wait and see. 1652 is more complex and has produced more so far .....
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watch 1652....
if it decays this massive thing just might.

i still see all SS going quiet....1640 quiet then got all worked up again.
if 1652 break this trend all bet from me are off.

we have seen huge SS rolls around this cycle and give zip...nadda...and the little things roll around the backside and BLAM! like this summer.
 Quoting: psyoptics


Yep, we'll see!
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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watch 1652....
if it decays this massive thing just might.

i still see all SS going quiet....1640 quiet then got all worked up again.
if 1652 break this trend all bet from me are off.

we have seen huge SS rolls around this cycle and give zip...nadda...and the little things roll around the backside and BLAM! like this summer.
 Quoting: psyoptics


hey Psy just wondering if you had a chance to check out my thread...
I would like to hear your opinion on my theory...thanks

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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]
 Quoting: Luisport


Thanks Luis, that is fascinating, only I would think the energy would have to shoot out as fast as the speed of light.
 Quoting: Isis One


posted this to a bit back
paul la violette -
"Possible Arrival of a Galactic Superwave within the Coming Months?"

[link to starburstfound.org]

this interesting to -seems smart bloke
"Recent claim for a Galactic center high velocity outflow is likely a misinterpretation"
[link to starburstfound.org]

read book-earth under fire- and was well impressed

sorry distract -im praying for quiet earth facing now tomato : )
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What is striking about the 2001 sunspot is how large it grew after being a decent amount smaller on the edge of our side of the sun. Can't wait to get a better look at the area behind this initial spot.
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looks like a pair of eye balls
I look up at the sky, and wonder where I am on earth. Then I wonder where I am in the solar system. Then I wonder where I am in the galaxy. Then I wonder where I am in the universe. Then I wonder what universe am I in.
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Oh well, NOAA has been NO-HELP, haha...at least they got the number right this time. New region AR1654 has been classified as (don't laugh) an ALPHA sunspot measuring in at 260 millionths (I said no laughter). As an unemployed relative-newbie at solar physics, I'm gonna agree with whoever said at least a Beta-Gamma and I'd estimate a size of at least 700 millionths. If we ever have a "solar Katrina", NOAA will be the "solar FEMA". Those overpaid eggheads make me wanna puke sometimes. (end rant.)
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Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Region Summary
SRS Number 9 Issued at 0030Z on 09 Jan 2013
Report compiled from data received at SWO on 08 Jan
I. Regions with Sunspots. Locations Valid at 08/2400Z
Nmbr Location Lo Area Z LL NN Mag Type
1638 N13W87 307 0060 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1642 S25W29 250 0080 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1644 N15W19 239 0040 Hax 02 01 Alpha
1645 S14W72 292 0030 Cro 05 05 Beta
1646 N13W09 229 0030 Hrx 02 03 Alpha
1649 S15E18 202 0080 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1650 S30E30 192 0120 Eao 12 07 Beta
1652 N19E38 183 0210 Fac 17 19 Beta-Gamma
1653 N09E35 185 0030 Cro 06 04 Beta
1654 N08E71 149 0260 Hhx 05 02 Alpha
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

AR 1654-Official-
:1/9-1654:

Latest color intensitygram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Lame-ass NOAA Discussion:

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity has been at low levels for the past 24 hours. The largest
event of the summary period was a C4 solar flare from old Region 1640
(N28, L=322) from beyond the west limb. Regions 1646 (N13W09), 1652
(N19E38), and new Region 1654 (N08E71) also produced low level C-class
events. There are currently 10 numbered spot regions on the disk. Most
of the regions have shown signs of stability or slight decay. Region
1652, a Beta-Gamma, is the most magnetically complex region on the
visible disk. SOHO LASCO imagery indicated multiple CMEs in the past 24
hours, however analysis indicated that none appear to be Earth directed.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is expected to be at low levels with a chance for
moderate levels
(R1 radio blackouts) during the forecast period (09-11
Jan).
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Oh well, NOAA has been NO-HELP, haha...at least they got the number right this time. New region AR1654 has been classified as (don't laugh) an ALPHA sunspot measuring in at 260 millionths (I said no laughter). As an unemployed relative-newbie at solar physics, I'm gonna agree with whoever said at least a Beta-Gamma and I'd estimate a size of at least 700 millionths. If we ever have a "solar Katrina", NOAA will be the "solar FEMA". Those overpaid eggheads make me wanna puke sometimes. (end rant.)
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Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Region Summary
SRS Number 9 Issued at 0030Z on 09 Jan 2013
Report compiled from data received at SWO on 08 Jan
I. Regions with Sunspots. Locations Valid at 08/2400Z
Nmbr Location Lo Area Z LL NN Mag Type
1638 N13W87 307 0060 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1642 S25W29 250 0080 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1644 N15W19 239 0040 Hax 02 01 Alpha
1645 S14W72 292 0030 Cro 05 05 Beta
1646 N13W09 229 0030 Hrx 02 03 Alpha
1649 S15E18 202 0080 Hsx 02 01 Alpha
1650 S30E30 192 0120 Eao 12 07 Beta
1652 N19E38 183 0210 Fac 17 19 Beta-Gamma
1653 N09E35 185 0030 Cro 06 04 Beta
1654 N08E71 149 0260 Hhx 05 02 Alpha
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

AR 1654-Official-
:1/9-1654:

Latest color intensitygram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Lame-ass NOAA Discussion:

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity has been at low levels for the past 24 hours. The largest
event of the summary period was a C4 solar flare from old Region 1640
(N28, L=322) from beyond the west limb. Regions 1646 (N13W09), 1652
(N19E38), and new Region 1654 (N08E71) also produced low level C-class
events. There are currently 10 numbered spot regions on the disk. Most
of the regions have shown signs of stability or slight decay. Region
1652, a Beta-Gamma, is the most magnetically complex region on the
visible disk. SOHO LASCO imagery indicated multiple CMEs in the past 24
hours, however analysis indicated that none appear to be Earth directed.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is expected to be at low levels with a chance for
moderate levels
(R1 radio blackouts) during the forecast period (09-11
Jan).
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


I agree ...... the only logical reasoning would be that they have only taken the western most spot into consideration and will number the second tomorrow ?? Covering their asses so to speak as they aren't' really sure how to classify it yet?? Still doesn't excuse the alpha classification.
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Could be that because it is a new active region that is the default classification until they can analyze it further (ie: the other part of the spot is fully visible)
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Alpha??? Is this a joke or they need to see more of the sunspot to further classify it?
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Whats goin on with this?

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Whats goin on with this?

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Alpha??? Is this a joke or they need to see more of the sunspot to further classify it?
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To not induce a panic?
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Whats goin on with this?

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What the hell is THAT on the LEFT?

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