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

 
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Good morning everyone. Peace to all.
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Morning...
looks like things are being pretty quiet so far today.
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Morning...
looks like things are being pretty quiet so far today.
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true

but

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feels like that discharge is go
we in earthquake/volcano zone because full moon as right now our moon is immersed in our magnetosphere tail and is charging/discharging

Anyone can tell when the Moon is inside the magnetotail. Just look: "If the Moon is full, it is inside the magnetotail," says Stubbs. "The Moon enters the magnetotail three days before it is full and takes about six days to cross and exit on the other side."

It is during those six days that strange things can happen.

During the crossing, the Moon comes in contact with a gigantic "plasma sheet" of hot charged particles trapped in the tail. The lightest and most mobile of these particles, electrons, pepper the Moon's surface and give the Moon a negative charge.
 Quoting: nasa

[link to science.nasa.gov]

Demeter microsatellite

The "Detection of Electro-Magnetic Emissions Transmitted from Earthquake Regions" satellite, constructed by CNES, has made observations which show strong correlations between certain types of low frequency electromagnetic activity and the most seismically active zones on the Earth, and have shown a sharp signal in the ionospheric electron density and temperature near southern Japan seven days before a 7.1 magnitude occurred there (on August 29 and September 5, 2004, respectively).

QuakeSat nanosatellite

Quakesat is an earth observation nanosatellite based on 3 CubeSats. It was designed to be a proof-of-concept for collecting extremely low frequency earthquake precursor signals from space. The primary instrument is a magnetometer housed in a 2 foot (0.6 m) telescoping boom.

The ESPERIA Project

ESPERIA is an equatorial space mission mainly concerned with detecting any tectonic and preseismic related signals. More in general, it has been proposed for defining the near-Earth electromagnetic, plasma, and particle environment, and for studying perturbations and instabilities in the ionosphere-magnetosphere transition region. To study earthquake preparation processes and anthropogenic impacts in the Earth's surface, a phase A study has been realized for the Italian Space Agency.

DESDynI radar satellite

The Deformation, Ecosystem Structure and Dynamics of Ice (DESDynI) radar satellite, which was canceled in the White House's 2012 budget proposal, would have the capacity to identify elastic strain in tectonic plates, combining L-band interferometric synthetic aperture radar and a multi-beam infrared lidar to detect strains in the Earth’s surface that could lead to serious earthquakes.
TwinSat

Russia and the United Kingdom have agreed to jointly deploy two satellites in 2015 that will measure electromagnetic signals that are released from the earth's crust prior to earthquakes. The project is said to be able to "help predict earthquakes and potentially save thousands of lives."
 Quoting: electromagnetic

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

you can see where the thinking is going rockon

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morning everyone
seems things are picking up a bit
hope everyone is doing good :)
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morning everyone
seems things are picking up a bit
hope everyone is doing good :)
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emotional full moon which gives me pleasure and indeterminate sensations of responsibility which is never my favorite topic

glad your posting again rockon
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lol alien03

11:01 AM

11:11 AM

now we are cool hugs
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morning everyone
seems things are picking up a bit
hope everyone is doing good :)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Hello, NIN. Great to see you today.
banana2hfbanana2

We have interesting things developing.

4 of the last 5 C-flares have originated in an un-numbered active region near the equator (below 1314). In fact there are several new groups of spots emerging in North and South hemispheres. X-ray activity is rising.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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Anyone have a valid explanation for this occurance?
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Solar Weather forecast for Oct. 12, 2011.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Surprisingly, the most active region on the solar disk is STILL un-numbered. Nine of the twelve flares today came from this NE equatorial region (N09E50 approximately).

[link to www.lmsal.com]
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Anyone have a valid explanation for this occurance?
 Quoting: Bertoxxulous


Thanks for sharing. That is very interesting to say the least!
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Anyone have a valid explanation for this occurance?
 Quoting: Bertoxxulous


Thanks for sharing. That is very interesting to say the least!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


That could very well be a very very bad thing. If the entire surface of the sun flared at once and knocked the satellite offline for 7 hours....yipes. I hope someone who has a long history of watching the sun can explain this one. That looked like a mega flare to me.
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]


uhh, WTF?

I have never seen so little activitty.
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Anyone have a valid explanation for this occurance?
 Quoting: Bertoxxulous


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Where was the GLP observatory during this supposed huge solar flare?

Man that would have been a scooop if video had been captured and then we would know for sure whether or not Nasty is keeping info from us.
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Anyone have a valid explanation for this occurance?
 Quoting: Bertoxxulous


Nothing to worry about...software or other type of glitch. This has been seen many times before. Although I can't tell you exactly what the cause is; I've found some info on various anomalies in the SOHO imaging. Before jumping to wild conclusions (ie:Nibiru, alien space fleets, brown dwarves, explosions of doom) I wish folks would use a little common sense and do a little Google research before posting alarming YouTube vids. No huge flares or CME's yesterday-Sol was well-behaved and extremely quiet. Though that may change soon.

[link to www.badastronomy.com]

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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The new hyper-active region has finally been dubbed AR11319. The other group of emerging spots near mid-disk also has a number now:AR11318.

5a [link to sidc.oma.be]
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Holy cow.. I stop paying attention to the sun and then look back now. There's a lot of sun spot groups on the go now.
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I learned something new today. While researching SOHO imaging glitches, I found this amazing set of images from 1979. A Naval Research Laboratory instrument aboard the SOLWIND satellite captured a sun-diving comet. This was the first celestial body ever seen crashing into the sun. It was also the first comet discovered by an orbiting satellite (SOHO has found over 2000). What I find amazing is the CME before impact and another CME after impact. Yet to this day NASA and other experts always claim this is a coincidence. If something similar happens over and over again it CAN'T be a coincidence!

[link to www.nrl.navy.mil]

Furthermore, it seems the SOLWIND came to an untimely end when the USAF in 1985 decided to use it for target practice!!! Yes, a still-useful, orbiting magnetospheric science observatory was shot down in a test of the ASAT anti-satellite weapons system. Multiply this stupidity and waste by ,oh, a trillion or two; and you'll get an inkling of why our country is broke (except for the unquenchable military/corruption budget).

[link to www.astronautix.com]
[link to heasarc.nasa.gov]

Insert facepalm here.
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Spectacular large prominence just west of the north solar pole. Also nice eruptions on the eastern limb. From the Solar Dynamics Observatory AIA304:

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

A must-see movie of a "solar tornado"-a twisting spiral of filaments. Awesome vid from Anna Malanushenko:

[link to sdowww.lmsal.com]
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Coronal Mass ejection seen on farside of sun by Stereo Ahead Cor 2.

[link to stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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this ~12 c-flares in 24 hours?
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this ~12 c-flares in 24 hours?
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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we in earthquake/volcano zone because full moon as right now our moon is immersed in our magnetosphere tail and is charging/discharging
 Quoting: aether


5.9 of Oregon coast
Thread: 5.9 of Oregon coast

6.3 EQ Indonesia!!! Reports of injuries and damage to buildings.
Thread: 6.3 EQ Indonesia!!! Reports of injuries and damage to buildings.

we were already charged enough for this moon to effect

so

if our sun goes off now or the next day or so, it could be tricky rockon
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Good morning and Namaste to all.
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Good Morning............My hope is peace and safety to all!
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Spectacular large prominence just west of the north solar pole. Also nice eruptions on the eastern limb. From the Solar Dynamics Observatory AIA304:

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

A must-see movie of a "solar tornado"-a twisting spiral of filaments. Awesome vid from Anna Malanushenko:

[link to sdowww.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


That's pretty cool looking. And when I watched it the thing that popped into my mind was a dancing fire fairy.
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we in earthquake/volcano zone because full moon as right now our moon is immersed in our magnetosphere tail and is charging/discharging
 Quoting: aether


5.9 of Oregon coast
Thread: 5.9 of Oregon coast

6.3 EQ Indonesia!!! Reports of injuries and damage to buildings.
Thread: 6.3 EQ Indonesia!!! Reports of injuries and damage to buildings.

we were already charged enough for this moon to effect

so

if our sun goes off now or the next day or so, it could be tricky rockon
 Quoting: aether


Just in ---> 5.3 EQ northern Peru
Thread: Just in ---> 5.3 EQ northern Peru
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Spectacular large prominence just west of the north solar pole. Also nice eruptions on the eastern limb. From the Solar Dynamics Observatory AIA304:

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

A must-see movie of a "solar tornado"-a twisting spiral of filaments. Awesome vid from Anna Malanushenko:

[link to sdowww.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


That's pretty cool looking. And when I watched it the thing that popped into my mind was a dancing fire fairy.
 Quoting: Rev_Mikey13


I noticed the first link above is no longer relevant (they have a short shelf life,lol) The spectacular prominence I was referring to is now featured at Spaceweather.com-if you haven't seen it check out the gif movie here.

[link to www.spaceweather.com]
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Nothing to worry about...software or other type of glitch. This has been seen many times before. Although I can't tell you exactly what the cause is; I've found some info on various anomalies in the SOHO imaging. Before jumping to wild conclusions (ie:Nibiru, alien space fleets, brown dwarves, explosions of doom) I wish folks would use a little common sense and do a little Google research before posting alarming YouTube vids. No huge flares or CME's yesterday-Sol was well-behaved and extremely quiet. Though that may change soon.

[link to www.badastronomy.com]

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


I wasn't assuming anything, I was just curious. I follow Mr. Cometwatchs channel because he seems to be a sincere fellow. Thanks for the clarification. It just seemed odd because of the missing 7 hours of data, and you yourself have pointed out about NASA's inconsistancies about the link between comets crashing into the sun and CME's being produced.

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