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

 
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AR1787 is now Beta-Gamma-Delta-
:7/9-1787mag:

AR1785 is showing signs of slight decay; however don't be fooled, these regions are magnetically connected and either one could trigger a large flare or eruption in the other. And don't forget it was '87 which produced the M-flare as it rounded the limb last week. The last double-humped flare, although small (C2/B9), demonstrates their interconnectedness-

GONG H-alpha movie:
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Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Region Summary
SRS Number 190 Issued at 0030Z on 09 Jul 2013
Report compiled from data received at SWO on 08 Jul
I. Regions with Sunspots. Locations Valid at 08/2400Z
Nmbr Location Lo Area Z LL NN Mag Type
1784 S15W62 054 0010 Bxo 05 07 Beta
1785 S09W16 007 0570 Ekc 14 59 Beta-Gamma-Delta
1787 S14E03 348 0200 Eac 11 34 Beta-Gamma-Delta

1789 S25E09 342 0010 Bxo 06 03 Beta

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

Latest SDO 171 movie:
[link to sdodata.oma.be]

NOAA Discussion-
Solar Activity

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was low. Region 1785 (S09W16, Ekc/beta-gamma-delta)
remained the sole flare producer with a couple C-class flare during the
period. The largest of these was a C9/Sf at 08/0122 UTC. Slight
penumbral decay was noted in the trailer of Region 1785 and a delta
magnetic configuration was evident in its intermediate spots. Region
1787 (S14E03, Eac/beta-gamma-delta) showed gradual penumbral growth in
its trailer spots and a magnetic delta configuration developed in its
intermediate spots.
Region 1784 (S15W62, Bxo/beta) gradually decayed
during the period. There were no Earth-directed coronal mass ejections
(CME) observed during the period.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Last Edited by Hugh M Eye on 07/09/2013 12:56 AM
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Supernova Stellar Core Collapse Supercomputer Model-

But there’s a problem: Theorists just can’t get their model supernovae to explode. In simulations, the shock wave stalls out and never reaches the surface. Until recently, however, these intensive calculations have been made in only one or two dimensions.

This week, a team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics announced a 3D simulation of the initial stage of a supernova — the core collapse that gives birth to the neutron star. In a video of their simulation, released Tuesday, the shock undergoes a spectacular sloshing behavior called a “standing accretion shock instability.” (Don’t go looking for your 3D anaglyph glasses though — the video itself is traditional 2D.) In future work, they hope to address whether this could help propel the shock through the star.

more here:
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]



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"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-Albert Einstein
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More on the IRIS Solar Observatory mission-

"Scientists still wrestle with basic questions about our star, and none is more challenging than why its temperature soars from a hot 6,000 kelvins at the photosphere (visible surface) to a blazing 1,000,000 K atmosphere in the lower corona, across just 1,200 miles (2,000 km). NASA scientists hope that this newest solar sentinel — the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS), launched last Thursday, June 27th — will help unravel this and other solar mysteries. "

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]

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More on the IRIS Solar Observatory mission-

"Scientists still wrestle with basic questions about our star, and none is more challenging than why its temperature soars from a hot 6,000 kelvins at the photosphere (visible surface) to a blazing 1,000,000 K atmosphere in the lower corona, across just 1,200 miles (2,000 km). NASA scientists hope that this newest solar sentinel — the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS), launched last Thursday, June 27th — will help unravel this and other solar mysteries. "

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]

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thanks for sharing abduct
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Supernova Stellar Core Collapse Supercomputer Model-

But there’s a problem: Theorists just can’t get their model supernovae to explode. In simulations, the shock wave stalls out and never reaches the surface. Until recently, however, these intensive calculations have been made in only one or two dimensions.

This week, a team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics announced a 3D simulation of the initial stage of a supernova — the core collapse that gives birth to the neutron star. In a video of their simulation, released Tuesday, the shock undergoes a spectacular sloshing behavior called a “standing accretion shock instability.” (Don’t go looking for your 3D anaglyph glasses though — the video itself is traditional 2D.) In future work, they hope to address whether this could help propel the shock through the star.

more here:
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]



[link to www.youtube.com]
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None of the standard models work when you plug em into the supercomputers.




Start listening at 3 minutes*



The reason Einstein (or anyone else) couldn't make his equations fit with Quantum Mechanics is because the Solid, Liquid & Gaseous types of matter only make up just 00.01% of our known universe or in other words, not a lot. Plasma Physics and an Electric Universe on the other hand include the other 99.99%\; in their equation and so the physics fit with QM. In order for Einstein's equations to work Dark Matter had to be be invented and when they still didn't work, they had to invent Dark Energy.



and now it comes down to an issue of religion and pride, mainstream is catered to Athiest style thinking.
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hello solar crew

quick and easy question: someone usual sunbaths without a lotion? i've never used any lotion even after a hole day at the beach and i'm always fine, with a nice tan. also, i change my skin every summer and that makes me feel good. never had a sunburn!

but no one else i know can do this. the sun makes their skin turn red in just a few hours. why am i different? (no, i'm not black)
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hello solar crew

quick and easy question: someone usual sunbaths without a lotion? i've never used any lotion even after a hole day at the beach and i'm always fine, with a nice tan. also, i change my skin every summer and that makes me feel good. never had a sunburn!

but no one else i know can do this. the sun makes their skin turn red in just a few hours. why am i different? (no, i'm not black)
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Skin changing huh? tell me more.
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[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

um?
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Wtf is this now
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[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]


Filament hyder?
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Crazy stuff.


I watched the browse data, split like an egg.


[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Total electrical event.
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This is the coolest thing our star has done in like 3 weeks and no one cares!


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[link to halpha.nso.edu]



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Had to pop somewhere.

Good one.. almost like it was a release from the formation everyone thought would pop off.
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This is the coolest thing our star has done in like 3 weeks and no one cares!


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Sorry, needed coffee before hitting the interwebz.
I think you are talking about the filament lift off @ 10 o clock near mid disk. We'll see if a CME is ejected soon.
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This is the coolest thing our star has done in like 3 weeks and no one cares!


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Sorry, needed coffee before hitting the interwebz.
I think you are talking about the filament lift off @ 10 o clock near mid disk. We'll see if a CME is ejected soon.
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[link to lasp.colorado.edu]
showing up hot on EVE
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The filament was very very skinny and in between polarities.

More of a corona event.


Crazy looking on 094/335/193





Hmmm
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This is the coolest thing our star has done in like 3 weeks and no one cares!


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Sorry, needed coffee before hitting the interwebz.
I think you are talking about the filament lift off @ 10 o clock near mid disk. We'll see if a CME is ejected soon.
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Nothing lifted off.


Looks more like the entire filament split in two vertically.
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hello solar crew

quick and easy question: someone usual sunbaths without a lotion? i've never used any lotion even after a hole day at the beach and i'm always fine, with a nice tan. also, i change my skin every summer and that makes me feel good. never had a sunburn!

but no one else i know can do this. the sun makes their skin turn red in just a few hours. why am i different? (no, i'm not black)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43087786


This is more of a medical question. I do not burn as well and am pale when I do not get sunlight. When exposed to sun my skin can get darker than most dark skinned people without burning. If I am exposed to certain intense sunlight for an extreme period at first, before a base tan... I will burn slightly. After the base tan I am fine without sunscreen. In the winter I turn pale again. I do not wear sunscreen, I rarely use soap or deodorant and my natural scent is neutral. I have been exposed to the sun in the middle east, med and in australia without problems. I grew up with the sun perhaps got conditioned to it... my family and community are similar but to a lesser extent. Hope this helps)
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[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]



Ring at the bottom has looked interesting all day.
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[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]




Lol did they flip the data back 5 days on the composites or is it just me?




HIDE THE WEIRD FILAMENT ERUPTION RIGHT NOWW!!! -NASA
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so yesterday around 3:30pm did earth get smacked with anything?

I was lurking through here yesterday during those times to see if anything was posted didnt look like much
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so yesterday around 3:30pm did earth get smacked with anything?

I was lurking through here yesterday during those times to see if anything was posted didnt look like much
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I think right now.


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so yesterday around 3:30pm did earth get smacked with anything?

I was lurking through here yesterday during those times to see if anything was posted didnt look like much
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I think right now.


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WARNING: Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse expected
Valid From: 2013 Jul 09 2045 UTC
Valid To: 2013 Jul 09 2115 UTC
IP Shock Passage Observed: 2013 Jul 09 1958 UTC

JUST GOT EMAIL BUT SPACEWEATHER NOT SHOWING
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Faint CME from the filament eruption showing up. Most likely a minor impact.



[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
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I think we got hit by something yesterday around 3:30pm

and none of the sites showed it.
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I think we got hit by something yesterday around 3:30pm

and none of the sites showed it.
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Probably was a very minor impact.
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not minor if it shut things down briefly
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not minor if it shut things down briefly
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We have another coming real soon, unless they got the timing wrong and this was what you were talking about.


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