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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 all. Looks like we have another M-flare right now.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Rising vertical-M 3.7.
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morning everyone
just in time for a flux rise
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Hi NiNzrez, hope your feeling ok. Nice to see ya here.
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Does anyone have any idea what the record is for M class and/or X class flares in one day?
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here u have a list of the most Powerful Solar Flares Ever Recorded:

[link to www.spaceweather.com]


On September 1 – 2, 1859, the largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. From August 28 until September 2, 1859, numerous sunspots and solar flares were observed on the Sun, the largest flare occurring on September 1. This is referred to as the 1859 solar superstorm or the Carrington Event. It can be assumed that a massive Coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with the flare, was launched from the Sun and reached the Earth within eighteen hours — a trip that normally takes three to four days. The horizontal intensity of geomagnetic field was reduced by 1600 nT as recorded by the Colaba observatory near Bombay, India. It is estimated that Dst would have been approximately -1750 nT.[7] Telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe experienced induced emf, in some cases even shocking telegraph operators and causing fires. Aurorae were seen as far south as Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, and Italy — phenomena that are usually only seen near the poles. Ice cores show evidence that events of similar intensity recur at an average rate of approximately once per 500 years. Since 1859, less severe storms have occurred in 1921 and 1960, when widespread radio disruption was reported.[8]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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M3.7 Well is a very very week.....
But there is a power to do more
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Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
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Does anyone have any idea what the record is for M class and/or X class flares in one day?
 Quoting: Slade


here u have a list of the most Powerful Solar Flares Ever Recorded:

[link to www.spaceweather.com]


On September 1 – 2, 1859, the largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. From August 28 until September 2, 1859, numerous sunspots and solar flares were observed on the Sun, the largest flare occurring on September 1. This is referred to as the 1859 solar superstorm or the Carrington Event. It can be assumed that a massive Coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with the flare, was launched from the Sun and reached the Earth within eighteen hours — a trip that normally takes three to four days. The horizontal intensity of geomagnetic field was reduced by 1600 nT as recorded by the Colaba observatory near Bombay, India. It is estimated that Dst would have been approximately -1750 nT.[7] Telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe experienced induced emf, in some cases even shocking telegraph operators and causing fires. Aurorae were seen as far south as Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, and Italy — phenomena that are usually only seen near the poles. Ice cores show evidence that events of similar intensity recur at an average rate of approximately once per 500 years. Since 1859, less severe storms have occurred in 1921 and 1960, when widespread radio disruption was reported.[8]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
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I'm still thinking this spot can go BETA GAMMA DELTA and give us some real fire works.
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Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
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I watched a NASA thing the other day the mentioned an X45.




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This happened in a matter of minutes. One minute I looked it was all green in the center the next red and yellow

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1903085


I watched a NASA thing the other day the mentioned an X45.




Z
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I think it was around an X78 if you are talking about our sun. Much stronger have been recorded from other stars.
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This happened in a matter of minutes. One minute I looked it was all green in the center the next red and yellow

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Wow that was quick lol on it's way back to green again
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This happened in a matter of minutes. One minute I looked it was all green in the center the next red and yellow

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: myeyesropenow42


Wow that was quick lol on it's way back to green again
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Nice!
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Does anyone have any idea what the record is for M class and/or X class flares in one day?
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here u have a list of the most Powerful Solar Flares Ever Recorded:

[link to www.spaceweather.com]


On September 1 – 2, 1859, the largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. From August 28 until September 2, 1859, numerous sunspots and solar flares were observed on the Sun, the largest flare occurring on September 1. This is referred to as the 1859 solar superstorm or the Carrington Event. It can be assumed that a massive Coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with the flare, was launched from the Sun and reached the Earth within eighteen hours — a trip that normally takes three to four days. The horizontal intensity of geomagnetic field was reduced by 1600 nT as recorded by the Colaba observatory near Bombay, India. It is estimated that Dst would have been approximately -1750 nT.[7] Telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe experienced induced emf, in some cases even shocking telegraph operators and causing fires. Aurorae were seen as far south as Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, and Italy — phenomena that are usually only seen near the poles. Ice cores show evidence that events of similar intensity recur at an average rate of approximately once per 500 years. Since 1859, less severe storms have occurred in 1921 and 1960, when widespread radio disruption was reported.[8]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1903085

 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Thx ITB76! One more, I see the rating "X" and then a top line. what is the area above the area marked as "X"? Is it "Y or Z"? Being serious!!

Thx in advance, Dan
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I think it was around an X78 if you are talking about our sun. Much stronger have been recorded from other stars.
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That's a crazy amount of energy. Do you know how that scale works? I mean, is 78 times 1 or like the earthquake scale, somewhat exponential?

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Does anyone have any idea what the record is for M class and/or X class flares in one day?
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here u have a list of the most Powerful Solar Flares Ever Recorded:

[link to www.spaceweather.com]


On September 1 – 2, 1859, the largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. From August 28 until September 2, 1859, numerous sunspots and solar flares were observed on the Sun, the largest flare occurring on September 1. This is referred to as the 1859 solar superstorm or the Carrington Event. It can be assumed that a massive Coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with the flare, was launched from the Sun and reached the Earth within eighteen hours — a trip that normally takes three to four days. The horizontal intensity of geomagnetic field was reduced by 1600 nT as recorded by the Colaba observatory near Bombay, India. It is estimated that Dst would have been approximately -1750 nT.[7] Telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe experienced induced emf, in some cases even shocking telegraph operators and causing fires. Aurorae were seen as far south as Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, and Italy — phenomena that are usually only seen near the poles. Ice cores show evidence that events of similar intensity recur at an average rate of approximately once per 500 years. Since 1859, less severe storms have occurred in 1921 and 1960, when widespread radio disruption was reported.[8]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1903085

 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Thx ITB76! One more, I see the rating "X" and then a top line. what is the area above the area marked as "X"? Is it "Y or Z"? Being serious!!

Thx in advance, Dan
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I think that would be "T" as in toast lol
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Re: SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
If a flare takes place you can see it also in this global Absorption chart

and we have a plenty of them actually


at the moment it goes back to normal...

If a flare took place and you see it on the flux chart
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

you will see Global D-Region Absorption chart turn in yellow or red:
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Thank you Mr. Believe,,,your explanation simple, for the clueless. K+ for you.
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haha, your welcomehf


latest 5.8 numbered

2011/09/24 20:29:00 20:42:00 20:36:00 M5.8 N13E52 ( 1302 )

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I got overheated yesterday -- even though it wasn't all that hot outside (compared to earlier this summer, 100s everyday). I wonder if this is why? Its about the same timeperiod.
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[link to www.youtube.com]
nice morning song.
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I'm still thinking this spot can go BETA GAMMA DELTA and give us some real fire works.
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1302 is Beta Gamma Delta ^^

1302 N12E47 282 1300 17 FKC 12 BGD
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Region 11302 [N13E50] has a small magnetic delta structure in the northeastern part of the leading penumbra. A much more significant delta exists in the central penumbra where a realtively large positive polarity umbra is sandwiched between two fairly large negative polarity umbrae. As long as this delta exists the region will continue to produce M and X flares

major M7.4 long duration event peaking at 04:50 UTC. The latter event is likely to have been associated with a large CME.
[link to www.solen.info]

pluaa, we now have other regions developing and growing that could produce events
read all of solen for full report

it is going to be another busy day boys n girls
put on the coffee :)
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here u have a list of the most Powerful Solar Flares Ever Recorded:

[link to www.spaceweather.com]


On September 1 – 2, 1859, the largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. From August 28 until September 2, 1859, numerous sunspots and solar flares were observed on the Sun, the largest flare occurring on September 1. This is referred to as the 1859 solar superstorm or the Carrington Event. It can be assumed that a massive Coronal mass ejection (CME), associated with the flare, was launched from the Sun and reached the Earth within eighteen hours — a trip that normally takes three to four days. The horizontal intensity of geomagnetic field was reduced by 1600 nT as recorded by the Colaba observatory near Bombay, India. It is estimated that Dst would have been approximately -1750 nT.[7] Telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe experienced induced emf, in some cases even shocking telegraph operators and causing fires. Aurorae were seen as far south as Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, and Italy — phenomena that are usually only seen near the poles. Ice cores show evidence that events of similar intensity recur at an average rate of approximately once per 500 years. Since 1859, less severe storms have occurred in 1921 and 1960, when widespread radio disruption was reported.[8]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Can anyone tell me what the biggest flare recorded was...and/or the biggest one guessing the actual rating?

Thx, Dan
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1903085

 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Thx ITB76! One more, I see the rating "X" and then a top line. what is the area above the area marked as "X"? Is it "Y or Z"? Being serious!!

Thx in advance, Dan
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I think that would be "T" as in toast lol
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Not sure but I think it's X-squared.
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I'm still thinking this spot can go BETA GAMMA DELTA and give us some real fire works.
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1302 is Beta Gamma Delta ^^

1302 N12E47 282 1300 17 FKC 12 BGD
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Region 11302 [N13E50] has a small magnetic delta structure in the northeastern part of the leading penumbra. A much more significant delta exists in the central penumbra where a realtively large positive polarity umbra is sandwiched between two fairly large negative polarity umbrae. As long as this delta exists the region will continue to produce M and X flares

major M7.4 long duration event peaking at 04:50 UTC. The latter event is likely to have been associated with a large CME.
[link to www.solen.info]

pluaa, we now have other regions developing and growing that could produce events
read all of solen for full report

it is going to be another busy day boys n girls
put on the coffee :)
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Hi NiNrez, how are you?
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CME bow shock arrived this morning
Minor update added at 11:45 UTC on September 25:

A fairly weak solar wind shock was observed at ACE near 11h UTC, the arrival of the CME associated with the X1 event in region 11302 on September 22. Region 11303 generated an M1.3 flare at 07:05 and an M1.5 event at 09:35 UTC. Region 11302 was the source of an M3.1/1N event at 08:49 UTC
[link to www.solen.info]

Conditions right now are - a bit disturbed
the solar winds are remaining mostly southward
in the negative

Solar Wind: 352.6
Density: 7.6
Bz: -2.1
By: -3.3
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Hi Nin, so glad to see you back on GLP : )

I am in central Costa Rica at around 2000 feet in elevation. Last night we had this awesome electric/thunder storm. I saw only one rod, the lightning seemed to be very high in the atmosphere. It would light up the sky so bright that my eyes closed naturally.

I have never seen anything like it and being from Montreal I have seen thousand of storm but nothing like this one.

Do you think these type of storms are happening because of the sun activity?

Thank's Nin hf
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Several CME's were observed associated to the flares mentioned above. The M7.1 event yesterday was accompanied by a partial halo CME observed in SOHO/LASCO starting from 12h48. It speed was estimated to be around 1050 km/s based on the STEREO coronograph data. Other CME's observed by STEREO A and B and SOHO/LASCO can be associated with the M3.0, M5.8 and M1.0 flares yesterday as well as with the M4.4, C7.9 (peak time, 03h31, Cat 82, NOAA 13020), M7.4 and M3.1 flares today. PROBA2/SWAP and SDO/AIA data show a clear EUV wave associated with the M7 flare today. As none of the source regions of these CME's are in the center of the solar disk, we only expect possible glancing blows fram these events.

The GOES proton flux level remains elevated (>10MeV) and is further increased by the current solar activity. A shock is observed in the solar wind parameters measured by ACE around 11 UT this morning, possibly related to the CME associated with the X flare on September 22. The total magnetic filed strength jumped to 10 nT, while the solar wind speed increased to 380 km/s. Current geomagnetic conditions are quiet. We expect them to increase to unsettled to active starting late this evening as a result of al the CME's in the past hours.

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^^...
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Probably won't see the higher X's until sometime in 2012-13. But these new clusters could have something large in store.. who knows?
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Damn,


need some help....

Someone else probs to get on:

[link to www.lmsal.com]

Forbidden for me...

and btw it climbs again...
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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I'm still learning to use this data-search-tool: HEK isolsearch, but I got a list of 9 CMEs for 9/24/11 and 10 CMEs on 9/23/11. Of course most are not geo-effective.
[link to www.lmsal.com]

However, it makes me even more skeptical of the Cygnet Streamer models, which are very crude and too selective. My gut tells me Lockheed/NASA has better tools that they're not sharing with your average Suntard.
[link to iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080]
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Hi Nin, so glad to see you back on GLP : )

I am in central Costa Rica at around 2000 feet in elevation. Last night we had this awesome electric/thunder storm. I saw only one rod, the lightning seemed to be very high in the atmosphere. It would light up the sky so bright that my eyes closed naturally.

I have never seen anything like it and being from Montreal I have seen thousand of storm but nothing like this one.

Do you think these type of storms are happening because of the sun activity?

Thank's Nin hf
 Quoting: Live for Yahweh


we had something like that out here in phx,az bout a month and a half ago ... it was strange ! im from buffalo n.y. and my wife is life-long phx,az .... we just looked at eachother and asked if we'd ever seen anything like that before - and it was a no .. and we'd both had chances to good lightning storms in our lives - (nervous lol) --- hmmmm

and my brother mentioned a similar storm otside dallas,tx a week or two ago ....

anyone else see this ??


HI NIN ! glad your back sis ... keep up the reports =) -- some of us count on ya =)

hf
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Damn,


need some help....

Someone esle probs to get on:

[link to www.lmsal.com]

Forbidden for me...

and btw it climbs again...
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76

YES, the same thing happened Friday night, but I figured it was just Lockheed concentrating on where their "space junk" was gonna crash land. Hmmmm..the plot thickens...
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Damn,


need some help....

Someone else probs to get on:

[link to www.lmsal.com]

Forbidden for me...

and btw it climbs again...
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


I can't get on either:(

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