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

 
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The LDE C-flare looks like the new area N07E89 on eastern limb. 1748 went to sleep
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Forgot to log in, that was me, lol
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You can estimate the direction of Ejections from both A+B still.


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in the case of the present position of Stereo A and Stereo B,
certainly you can. and, in that case, that would be 180 degrees away from the Earth.

hope this helps.

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Heres an example of the stereo tool page that gives proper coordinates for examination


STEREO-B Earth STEREO-A

Heliocentric distance (AU) 1.003956 1.011679 0.959615
Semidiameter (arcsec) 955.846 948.550 1000.014

HCI longitude 20.753 162.412 299.230
HCI latitude -2.326 -2.200 6.378

Carrington longitude 165.081 306.740 83.558
Carrington rotation number 2137.541 2137.148 2136.768

Heliographic (HEEQ) longitude -141.659 0.000 136.818
Heliographic (HEEQ) latitude -2.326 -2.200 6.378

HAE longitude 96.642 238.045 14.798

Earth Ecliptic (HEE) longitude -141.403 0.000 136.753
Earth Ecliptic (HEE) latitude 0.256 -0.000 0.042

Roll from ecliptic north -0.321 0.046
Roll from solar north 6.458 3.580

Light travel time to Earth (min) 15.823 15.243

Separation angle with Earth 141.402 136.753

Last Edited by Thinking out loud on 05/18/2013 09:04 PM
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The LDE C-flare looks like the new area N07E89 on eastern limb. 1748 went to sleep
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And the action starts back up in the east!
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[link to twitter.com (secure)]


Off topic but heres apic of the meteor in mexico, seems there was one in Pa. also.
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If the embedded star were a 100 Jupiter mass red dwarf, its luminosity which normally would be about 0.09% of the sun’s luminosity would soar 2,500 times to 2.3 solar luminosities. So in this close vicinity to the Galactic core, stars would be rapidly losing their atmospheres, even if they were below their Eddington Limit. In a forum posting made last October, I had warned of this stellar mass loss effect which could generate large quantities of gas which could ultimately fall into the Galactic core. The new orbital trajectory for the G2 cloud substantially enhances this danger.

Just now getting to the info on the G2 cloud and its new trajectory. If this is true this could be huge news!

[link to etheric.com]
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Bringing this over from a different thread. Seems the G2 cloud will come twice as close to the galactic center as previously thought.......if this is true this is a game changer.

link again. [link to etheric.com]
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I'm predicting 1745 will post possitive polarity umbra by 60 long. and blow out a big event by 75 going into 90
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bump
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We are going to have a nice north of the border collection of SS soon. The closer to the mixing the better the energy , if we could get them to hold on to it.




Dipolarity movement By Horace Babcock


Butterfly diagram showing paired sunspot pattern. Graph is sunspot Wolf number.
Horace W. Babcock proposed in 1961 a qualitative model for the dynamics of the solar outer layers:
The start of the 22-year cycle begins with a well-established dipole field component aligned along the solar rotational axis. The field lines tend to be held by the highly conductive solar plasma of the solar surface.
The solar surface plasma rotation rate is different at different latitudes, and the rotation rate is 20 percent faster at the equator than at the poles (one rotation every 27 days). Consequently, the magnetic field lines are wrapped by 20 percent every 27 days.
After many rotations, the field lines become highly twisted and bundled, increasing their intensity, and the resulting buoyancy lifts the bundle to the solar surface, forming a bipolar field that appears as two spots, being kinks in the field lines.
The sunspots result from the strong local magnetic fields in the solar surface that exclude the light-emitting solar plasma and appear as darkened spots on the solar surface.
The leading spot of the bipolar field has the same polarity as the solar hemisphere, and the trailing spot is of opposite polarity. The leading spot of the bipolar field tends to migrate towards the equator, while the trailing spot of opposite polarity migrates towards the solar pole of the respective hemisphere with a resultant reduction of the solar dipole moment. This process of sunspot formation and migration continues until the solar dipole field

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A large helmet streamer cut loose a lot of plasma near the SE limb. The big, slow CME seems associated with the LDE seen on the x-ray flux.

SOHO Images-
C2: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

C3: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

This event was not Earth-directed.

Two new active regions are coming over the east limb now.

Latest GOES X-Ray Imager:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

East Limb Activity-
:5/18-eastlimb:
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A large helmet streamer cut loose a lot of plasma near the SE limb. The big, slow CME seems associated with the LDE seen on the x-ray flux.

SOHO Images-
C2: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

C3: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

This event was not Earth-directed.

Two new active regions are coming over the east limb now.

Latest GOES X-Ray Imager:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

East Limb Activity-
:5/18-eastlimb:
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


Thanks Hugh, the east will be hot again soon my friend!
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Latest NOAA Discussion- Solar Activity

.24 hr Summary...

Solar activity was at low levels. The largest flare of the period was a
C6/Sf flare at 18/0345 UTC from Region 1748 (N12E11, Dao/beta-delta).
Some weakening was observed in the delta of the leader spots in Region
1748 along with slight decay in the trailing spots.
However, a strong
east-west inversion line was still evident just north of the trailer
spots. Region 1744 (N06W54, Dao/beta) appears to have lost its gamma
magnetic configuration. Slight growth was observed in the intermediate
area of Region 1750 (S09W54, Dao/beta).
The rest of the spotted regions
were either stable or decaying. No Earth-directed coronal mass
ejections (CMEs) were observed during the period.

Geospace Forecast...
By midday on day 1 (19 May), the 17 May CME is expected to impact the
geomagnetic field causing minor to major storm (G1-Minor to G2-Moderate)
levels
. By day 2 (20 May), conditions are expected to be at quiet to
active levels as CME effects wane. A return to quiet to unsettled
levels is expected on day 3 (21 May).
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

ENLIL CME Model:
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

AR1750 Seems to be Growing-
:1750:

AR1744 and 1748 have lost their 'Gamma' classification.

Latest HMI Magnetogram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Latest HMI Intensitygram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Region Summary
SRS Number 139 Issued at 0030Z on 19 May 2013
Report compiled from data received at SWO on 18 May
I. Regions with Sunspots. Locations Valid at 18/2400Z
Nmbr Location Lo Area Z LL NN Mag Type
1743 N20W69 016 0010 Axx 01 02 Alpha
1744 N06W54 001 0070 Dao 09 05 Beta
1745 N14W27 334 0210 Dao 08 11 Beta
1746 S27W26 333 0120 Dso 06 04 Beta
1747 S18W31 338 0040 Cao 09 06 Beta
1748 N12E11 296 0140 Dao 10 12 Beta-Delta
1749 S22W78 025 0010 Bxo 04 03 Beta
1750 S09W54 001 0080 Dao 06 09 Beta
1752 N18W52 359 0020 Cro 05 04 Beta

AR1750 Magnetogram-
:1750mag:

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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
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I will help build it if you wish.
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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
thsmil
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Good luck with that, mate!
cheers


I'll need to brush up on my Eskimo languages tho.
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The CME from the last M flare.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
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I'll help with setting up as long as I get $5 million from it ;)
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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
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I'll help with setting up as long as I get $5 million from it ;)
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rahrah
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The CME from the last M flare.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
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Hey, Dettro, do you have a new link for SEEDS project? The link I've always used stopped working on April 30th. I still get the page but there's no updates on it. Blank. I looked around their site and couldn't find any notices either.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
wtf
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A large helmet streamer cut loose a lot of plasma near the SE limb. The big, slow CME seems associated with the LDE seen on the x-ray flux.

SOHO Images-
C2: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

C3: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

This event was not Earth-directed.

Two new active regions are coming over the east limb now.

Latest GOES X-Ray Imager:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

East Limb Activity-
:5/18-eastlimb:
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


I wanted to ask your opinion on this big sol haus. When these streamers lift off I've noticed the next round of plasmatic energy is usually southern in Bz makeup. Do you think these are dipole type releases that regulate energy on a convective round. Peace sol bro rockon
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The CME from the last M flare.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
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Hey, Dettro, do you have a new link for SEEDS project? The link I've always used stopped working on April 30th. I still get the page but there's no updates on it. Blank. I looked around their site and couldn't find any notices either.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] <<<---
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I used the same page that you just posted. I click on LASCO on top( you know where it says Home ,Near Real-Time, Lasco,Secchi,About). I click on it (lasco) and it takes me to the monthly seeds:
[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
then i just click on the dates that are available.
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If I win powerball I'll take everyone north everything paid to see the Northern LIghts, and I'll buy us our own observatory, screw nasa and the vatican. We'll have the best private scope in the world!
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You got a deal! I will hold you to it, lol
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[link to halpha.nso.edu]

look to the left of 1748 looks like a new development out of knowhere, or its late.
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THIS sums up NASA's knowledge of the Solar Activity Cycle

I stumbled on this today and thought you-all would get a chuckle out of it. It's a NASA news release from 2006 and it's probably been posted before here....

March 10, 2006: It's official: Solar minimum has arrived. Sunspots have all but vanished. Solar flares are nonexistent. The sun is utterly quiet.
Like the quiet before a storm.
This week researchers announced that a storm is coming--the most intense solar maximum in fifty years. The prediction comes from a team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). "The next sunspot cycle will be 30% to 50% stronger than the previous one," she says. If correct, the years ahead could produce a burst of solar activity second only to the historic Solar Max of 1958.
That was a solar maximum. The Space Age was just beginning: Sputnik was launched in Oct. 1957 and Explorer 1 (the first US satellite) in Jan. 1958. In 1958 you couldn't tell that a solar storm was underway by looking at the bars on your cell phone; cell phones didn't exist. Even so, people knew something big was happening when Northern Lights were sighted three times in Mexico. (snip)

(un-snip) When the belt is turning "fast," it means that lots of magnetic fields are being swept up, and that a future sunspot cycle is going to be intense. This is a basis for forecasting: "The belt was turning fast in 1986-1996," says Hathaway. "Old magnetic fields swept up then should re-appear as big sunspots in 2010-2011."
Like most experts in the field, Hathaway has confidence in the conveyor belt model and agrees with Dikpati that the next solar maximum should be a doozy. But he disagrees with one point. Dikpati's forecast puts Solar Max at 2012. Hathaway believes it will arrive sooner, in 2010 or 2011
.
"History shows that big sunspot cycles 'ramp up' faster than small ones," he says. "I expect to see the first sunspots of the next cycle appear in late 2006 or 2007—and Solar Max to be underway by 2010 or 2011."
Who's right? Time will tell. Either way, a storm is coming.
[link to science1.nasa.gov]

They couldn't be more wrong, haha, now they say the weakest maximum in 100 years!!! LOL.

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The CME from the last M flare.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
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Hey, Dettro, do you have a new link for SEEDS project? The link I've always used stopped working on April 30th. I still get the page but there's no updates on it. Blank. I looked around their site and couldn't find any notices either.

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu] <<<---
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I used the same page that you just posted. I click on LASCO on top( you know where it says Home ,Near Real-Time, Lasco,Secchi,About). I click on it (lasco) and it takes me to the monthly seeds:
[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
then i just click on the dates that are available.
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Thanks, I miss their near-realtime list. All of these sites keep 'improving' so they aren't user-friendly anymore. You can't link to SDO images anymore (just LATEST). Oh, I noticed GONG has added a Tucson telescope to the network. Kudos to them, eh.

[link to halpha.nso.edu]
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I didn’t realize that NASA was also in the Music industry, but I do like it.hi



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C3.1...

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C2.3...
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5a
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C2.3...
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5a
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C3.4
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Peaked C3.4. I thought it could of had potential.
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C3.4 max... comming down now


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