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

 
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Stormy Sun could knock out power grids...

The report by German insurance group Allianz said a high impact solar storm, not easily predicted due to its recorded rarity, could cause blackouts and economic losses of over $1 trillion and that the worst case scenario would be even worse.

"What we're coming into at the moment is the bad (space)weather period," Jim Wild of Britain's Lancaster University, an expert in solar plasma physics, told Reuters.
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Thread: Stormy Sun could knock out power grids...
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THX, aether saw this..finally msm reports^^
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20 Hz observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Working with data collected from the CARISMA radio array and interpreted as audio, we hear tweeting and rumbles caused by incoming solar wind, captured at the frequency of 20 Hertz. Generated directly by the sound, tangible and sculptural forms emerge suggestive of scientific visualisations. As different frequencies interact both visually and aurally, complex patterns emerge to create interference phenomena that probe the limits of our perception
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[link to semiconductorfilms.com]
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sry mistake...have to reupload it
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sometimes i really hate looking for specific stuff onna web.

i am trying to find web sites (preferably three: each getting data from a different location on the planet) that provide geomagnetic data in a useful form. by usefull i mean : includes all three vector components (x,y,z or h,d,z) and provided in a list form.

i found one site : [link to omniweb.gsfc.nasa.gov] but i don't know the actual location of the sensor(s).

i checked the list provided in this thread without success.

so i ask u guyz: got any links to data sites that provide the magnetometer data in (mostly) real time?
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sry mistake...have to reupload it
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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nice link Hugh.

from further down the chain.

quoting from [link to sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil]

"1540UT: This is a good time to add in notes of caution about this object as I don't want this to turn into some "Elenin-like" event whereby folks get whipped up into a frenzy about an object that ultimately does not perform. So here it is: we only have a few rather mediocre observations of this comet, it is still very faint (mag 15), and is already a difficult object to observe due to its location in space. Several possibilities exist now:
1. It could be a huge bright Kreutz, like the "great" comets of the 1880's, or Ikeya-Seki in 1965
2. It could just be a nice bright Kreutz like some of the ones we've seen over the past couple of years in SOHO and STEREO
3. It could be a somewhat large but not altogether enormously bright Kreutz like Comet White in 1945
4. It could be too fragile and disintegrate before it reaches out cameras
If I had to guess, I'd say somewhere between #1 and #2 is what we'll get -- a pretty big, bright Kreutz with a nice bright tail. I base this prediction entirely on speculation and hope. "

this will be a good time to watch solar dynamics carefully and see if Sol reacts to the impact the way it did a coupla months ago.

indecently, i heard "around" that some folks are expecting the sun to act up a bunch come mid December: we shall see.
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and finally, geofield summery:

at least according to the HAARP sensors, the geofield is still in a 'wonky' state and as far as i can tell: there are no obvious causes.

[link to www.haarp.alaska.edu]

you can see some reflection of this in the Russian data:

starting roughly on the 20th [link to forecast.izmiran.rssi.ru]


when i have my data sources lined up properly, i should be able to creaet a composite 'image' or planetary EEG if you will.

then like the pyschs do with human EEGs, we attempt to correlate....
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nice link Hugh.

from further down the chain.

quoting from [link to sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil]

"1540UT: This is a good time to add in notes of caution about this object as I don't want this to turn into some "Elenin-like" event whereby folks get whipped up into a frenzy about an object that ultimately does not perform. So here it is: we only have a few rather mediocre observations of this comet, it is still very faint (mag 15), and is already a difficult object to observe due to its location in space. Several possibilities exist now:
1. It could be a huge bright Kreutz, like the "great" comets of the 1880's, or Ikeya-Seki in 1965
2. It could just be a nice bright Kreutz like some of the ones we've seen over the past couple of years in SOHO and STEREO
3. It could be a somewhat large but not altogether enormously bright Kreutz like Comet White in 1945
4. It could be too fragile and disintegrate before it reaches out cameras
If I had to guess, I'd say somewhere between #1 and #2 is what we'll get -- a pretty big, bright Kreutz with a nice bright tail. I base this prediction entirely on speculation and hope. "

this will be a good time to watch solar dynamics carefully and see if Sol reacts to the impact the way it did a coupla months ago.

indecently, i heard "around" that some folks are expecting the sun to act up a bunch come mid December: we shall see.
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well, do it learner sounds great:robonautweight:
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I asked DrStrong about the magnetosphere disturbance last night and this was his reply:

"The z compenent of the solar wind switched polarity (twice) but there seemed no response from either the aural zone or the Kp index. So I assume it was that western CME that I mentioned a couple of days ago that did indeed brush by us and all the other factors made it have minimal geoeffectiveness."
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I asked DrStrong about the magnetosphere disturbance last night and this was his reply:

"The z compenent of the solar wind switched polarity (twice) but there seemed no response from either the aural zone or the Kp index. So I assume it was that western CME that I mentioned a couple of days ago that did indeed brush by us and all the other factors made it have minimal geoeffectiveness."
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well, drStrong...

yep, i guess he should know about the coronal hole
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and this from spaceweather:

"During the early hours of Dec. 3rd, the IMF tipped south, partially cancelling Earth's north-pointing magnetic field; solar wind poured through the breach to fuel the display. NOAA forecasters estimate a 14% chance of similar events tonight."
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and this from spaceweather:

"During the early hours of Dec. 3rd, the IMF tipped south, partially cancelling Earth's north-pointing magnetic field; solar wind poured through the breach to fuel the display. NOAA forecasters estimate a 14% chance of similar events tonight."
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yep, matchs absolutley with the earth facing coronal hole past days ago
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sometimes i really hate looking for specific stuff onna web.

i am trying to find web sites (preferably three: each getting data from a different location on the planet) that provide geomagnetic data in a useful form. by usefull i mean : includes all three vector components (x,y,z or h,d,z) and provided in a list form.

i found one site : [link to omniweb.gsfc.nasa.gov] but i don't know the actual location of the sensor(s).

i checked the list provided in this thread without success.

so i ask u guyz: got any links to data sites that provide the magnetometer data in (mostly) real time?
 Quoting: learner 6453594

Hi, learner, here's some links to global geophysical data & magnetograms. You may have to make use of google translate for some of them.

[link to www.ises-spaceweather.org]

Space Weather Canada-check the links on the righthand side of page:

[link to www.spaceweather.ca]

Australia:

[link to www.ips.gov.au]

Russia:

[link to ipg.geospace.ru]

Norway:

[link to flux.phys.uit.no]
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leaner,
Here's another link for INTERMAGNET-the International Real-Time Magnetic Observatory Network. I think this may be the one you're looking for.

[link to kogma.nict.go.jp]
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Several CMEs from the far-side today. I believe we're seeing that snake-like filament unraveling.
:filerupt1203a:
:filerupt1203b:
:cor3-1203:

None of these are Earth-directed.
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sry mistake...have to reupload it
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Howdy, IWTB! Great catch on that flare. I had noticed that two active regions on the far-side southern hemisphere were soon coming our way. More activity from the southern hemisphere is a signal that solar-max is getting nearer.
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Several CMEs from the far-side today. I believe we're seeing that snake-like filament unraveling.
:filerupt1203a:
:filerupt1203b:
:cor3-1203:

None of these are Earth-directed.
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye



Yep, the filaments but one of this cme produced by a back side flare

:cmeflarebackside:
Images from STEREO shows the effects of the large solar flare (circled) and the CME(Stereo A C2)


If you check now SDO sun seems very active (filaments)spewing in all directions :P

Western, east and north region...insane
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SEEDS movie of one of three partial halo CMEs today:

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]

More can be found here:

[link to spaceweather.gmu.edu]
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Filaments today

Fulldisc:
[link to ceastronomy.org]

[link to ceastronomy.org]


CloseUP:

[link to ceastronomy.org]

[link to ceastronomy.org]
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The hook-shaped filament just north of 1361 has blasted off. Another more diffuse filament further north soon followed. I haven't seen any sign of an Earth-facing CME though. In the film loop from Big Bear you can also see region 1365 sparking a few flares. This region bears watching closely.

[link to halpha.nso.edu]
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Solar wind speed increasing to 460 km/sec:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES data suggests another wave of disturbances are coming in.

Electron Flux:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES magnetometer:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Boulder K index increased to 3:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

No NOAA alerts have been issued yet. Keep an eye on the NICT simulation.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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Solar wind speed increasing to 460 km/sec:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES data suggests another wave of disturbances are coming in.

Electron Flux:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES magnetometer:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Boulder K index increased to 3:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

No NOAA alerts have been issued yet. Keep an eye on the NICT simulation.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


Well Hugh i wish i could...need a bit sleep

cya tomorrow dont keep up your good work

good night
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Solar wind speed increasing to 460 km/sec:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES data suggests another wave of disturbances are coming in.

Electron Flux:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

GOES magnetometer:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Boulder K index increased to 3:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

No NOAA alerts have been issued yet. Keep an eye on the NICT simulation.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


K Index at Ny Alesund is at 6-Storm level

K Index at Tromso is at 5-storm level:

[link to flux.phys.uit.no]

Magnetometer at Kiruna, Sweden is going wild:

[link to www.solarham.com]

This may be much more intense than yesterday's geo-magnetic disturbance.
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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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is that just the holes hugh?
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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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is that just the holes hugh?
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Officially it's due to the solar wind stream from the southern polar coronal hole. Seems to be geo-effective mostly at the Earth's polar regions. I personally think some eddies or secondary shocks from some of the many CMEs of the past 10 days have added to it. The sun has been throwing off a great number of filaments with very little flaring activity.

The solar wind speed is still increasing-near 470 km/sec.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

The GOES plots seem to be rebounding so it may be over; or maybe we'll see several bumps throughout the evening.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Nothing to worry about unless the Kp Index reaches more than 5-Geo-storm level. Right now it's only 2-quiet.

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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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What's up with all these disturbances?

No CME's or flares, right?
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is that just the holes hugh?
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Officially it's due to the solar wind stream from the southern polar coronal hole. Seems to be geo-effective mostly at the Earth's polar regions. I personally think some eddies or secondary shocks from some of the many CMEs of the past 10 days have added to it. The sun has been throwing off a great number of filaments with very little flaring activity.

The solar wind speed is still increasing-near 470 km/sec.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

The GOES plots seem to be rebounding so it may be over; or maybe we'll see several bumps throughout the evening.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Nothing to worry about unless the Kp Index reaches more than 5-Geo-storm level. Right now it's only 2-quiet.
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thanks hugh , now i got visuals
feels like more than one hole, they take in energy, which is now observed (i`ll find link) which i believe is phrased as the collapsing plasma filaments but what i am getting is they radiate pro rata to their intake
so if we got a lot of plasma going down the holes we will be experiencing greater radiation coming out
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6.03 onward hugh, have a look at that if you have not
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thanks hugh , now i got visuals
feels like more than one hole, they take in energy, which is now observed (i`ll find link) which i believe is phrased as the collapsing plasma filaments but what i am getting is they radiate pro rata to their intake
so if we got a lot of plasma going down the holes we will be experiencing greater radiation coming out
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yes is defiantly caused by plasma intake into the holes and the radiated energy coming out feels denser and fast
yes high velocity
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thanks hugh , now i got visuals
feels like more than one hole, they take in energy, which is now observed (i`ll find link) which i believe is phrased as the collapsing plasma filaments but what i am getting is they radiate pro rata to their intake
so if we got a lot of plasma going down the holes we will be experiencing greater radiation coming out
 Quoting: aether


yes is defiantly caused by plasma intake into the holes and the radiated energy coming out feels denser and fast
yes high velocity
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but i don`t know what information (effect) is within this type of radiation
we will see

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