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

 
Hugh M Eye

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good morning!

solar wind speed just took a big jump

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Good catch, MM, we were expecting some coronal hole winds and the Eskimos are waiting for some auroras.

From NOAA-Geospace .Forecast...
The geomagnetic field is expected to be at quiet to active levels on day
1 (16 Nov) and quiet to unsettled levels on days 2-3 (17-18 Nov) due to
CH HSS effects.

Solar Activity .24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was at moderate levels due to two M1 flares at 16/0453
UTC and 16/0749 UTC from Region 1900 (S19W35, Dac/beta). Region 1900
exhibited umbral separation and slight decay in its trailing spots.
Slight growth was observed in the northern area of Region 1893 (S13W32,
Dkc/beta-delta). Region 1899 (N06E30, Dko/beta-gamma) had slight decay
in its smaller trailing spots. Slight growth was observed in Regions
1897 (S20E03, Fac/beta-gamma-delta) and 1902 (N20W13, Dso/beta). The
rest of the spotted regions were either stable or in decay. No
Earth-directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the period.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Strange, but solen's website is not update for today.
[link to www.solen.info]
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C3.0
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Which SUN ART do you like better? Top or Bottom?
2streamers2

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Top
"If voting made a difference they wouldn't let us do it" -Mark Twain

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Strange, but solen's website is not update for today.
[link to www.solen.info]
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Not too strange considering it's a one-man operation (I'm pretty sure Alvestad works alone). Everybody needs a day off sometimes. Thanks for the link because I meant to look at the SS# graph earlier. It seems the NOAA SS Number has only dipped below 100 twice since Oct. 8th.....impressive. However, I think the current number of 272 is somewhat inflated. We've seen more and bigger sunspot groups than this before. I think the Sunspot Number metric is a failed idea for measurement of solar activity. I prefer the 10.7cm Flux, it's much less subjective than chimps counting dots, LOL.

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Which SUN ART do you like better? Top or Bottom?
2streamers2

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Top
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If I only had a printer....I could sell these as Xmas decorations. Collect all 200,000!
farside
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Which SUN ART do you like better? Top or Bottom?
2streamers2

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Top
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If I only had a printer....I could sell these as Xmas decorations. Collect all 200,000!
farside
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No kidding! That would be awesome! Especially when ISON is in the screen shot.

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11/16/2013 06:33 PM
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C5.2 flare just now.
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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sure appears that way, great catch
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So many sun spots, and its so quite. Somethings going to blow big soon enough.
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Is this relevant?

[link to science1.nasa.gov]
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Which SUN ART do you like better? Top or Bottom?
2streamers2
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Hard to choose, but I'll say top. they're awesome Hugh.
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


Good eye AC9113, I've never seen that.
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113

sure appears that way, great catch
 Quoting: Voluntaryist 17754867


Agreed. A very interesting find there! I've never seen anything like it either. The big spot shows no visible signs of cleaving or anything. I would tend to think that the opposite polarity in such an intense field would cause a nasty short-circuit. AR1899 has gone into a coma today, but we'll have to keep a close eye on that one.

That tiny region 1900, besides producing 2 M-flares, has been churning out flares with regularity. It has been responsible for 8 of the last 10 C-flares, while his big brother 1893 has been very quiet.
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Is this relevant?

[link to science1.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1108085


Howdy hi, thanks for the post. It's not really relevant to this sunspot, but I bookmarked it because eventually we'll start seeing 'backward sunspots'. Lots of good info there, but it's still funny how they hyped Cycle 24 as a potentially hyper-active one. A big NASA fail on that prediction, lol. Thanks again for the link!
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C4.7 and up
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C9.4 and up
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Impulsive M1.0 from AR11900
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Impulsive M1.0 from AR11900
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wooo hoooo!!
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


to me looks like an eye like comparing it to a hurricane when there is a tight eye in the center..


someone should upload this and put it up
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Astounding amount of activity from such a small region. I've been waiting for 1897 or 1899 to spark up a bit ...but no dice.

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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

IMAGE ( [link to imageshack.us] )

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


to me looks like an eye like comparing it to a hurricane when there is a tight eye in the center..


someone should upload this and put it up
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20368566


I'm trying to make a smilie, how do you reduce the KB's? I got the pixels down but it says 200KB is the limit and the image says its 767.6KB.
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


to me looks like an eye like comparing it to a hurricane when there is a tight eye in the center..


someone should upload this and put it up
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20368566


Here's the latest magnetogram for AR1899-
11/17-1899mag

Same region 2 days ago also shows a ring, but no green in the 'eye of the hurricane'-
:11/15-1899mag:

Magnetogram for the little sparkplug AR1900-
:11/17-1900mag:
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Astounding amount of activity from such a small region. I've been waiting for 1897 or 1899 to spark up a bit ...but no dice.

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Magnetic loop's reconnection only in 1897 and 1899

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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

IMAGE ( [link to imageshack.us] )

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


to me looks like an eye like comparing it to a hurricane when there is a tight eye in the center..


someone should upload this and put it up
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20368566


Here's the latest magnetogram for AR1899-
11/17-1899mag

Same region 2 days ago also shows a ring, but no green in the 'eye of the hurricane'-
:11/15-1899mag:

Magnetogram for the little sparkplug AR1900-
:11/17-1900mag:
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


You are a master with those solar smilies. How'd you get it to fit?
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Is possible that from the center of main sunspot AR11899 grow an inverse polarity? because I never have saw it.

IMAGE ( [link to imageshack.us] )

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239113


to me looks like an eye like comparing it to a hurricane when there is a tight eye in the center..


someone should upload this and put it up
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20368566


I'm trying to make a smilie, how do you reduce the KB's? I got the pixels down but it says 200KB is the limit and the image says its 767.6KB.
 Quoting: Isis One


Usually, if it's a tiff, gif, or png file you have to convert it (or 'save as..') to a jpeg image.
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thanks for posting it

very cool image I dont think ive seen anything like it before
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I think so that the X-ray flux background is a bit elevated (C1.8), maybe another flare is possible.
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