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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * M2.4 Solar Flare July 14 2017! Earth directed CME (Updated Daily)
Poster Handle madajs
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I'll have to disagree with you on this. I don't think that the prolonged minimum has any influence whatsoever on the the coming maximum. The 11 year cycle has demonstrated time and again to fluctuate. I'm not saying that I am predicting a higher maximum, I'm asserting that you have no way of predicting "quieter times ahead" with any accuracy or data to back it up. Bottom line... we don't have a clue what the sun is going to do within the next week, let alone the next year. If you have some substatiating evidence, please, we would absolutely LOVE to see it for our own digestion.
Personally, I predict that solar activity will continue to increase throughout 2012 and into the spring of 2013. The basis of my prediction is "puckering".

edit: I recall that I called the "big pussy" X-flare within one hour.
 Quoting: AkivaJeff

now when they talk about this min and max are they just talking about sun spots?
have we not noticed filaments seem to be very strong now.
have not some of the faster moving CME's and denser CME's been associated with filaments?

so how are the filaments connected to sun spots?

i know several weeks ago we saw a huge filament erupt and create what was it....2 sun spots??????

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this is just beautiful!
a solar fountain! shame it's not in HD
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 Quoting: psyoptics

Yep I think there's still plenty of activity ahead. From the NewScientist article:

"Bernhard Fleck, project scientist for NASA's and the European Space Agency's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, calls the paper solid work, but adds that even if we missed the northern maximum, the southern hemisphere is still expected to put on a show."

The southern magnetic field only recently began to reverse, previously being quite disinclined to shed it's current polarity. The sun still has plenty of convulsions yet to be made before it can wrap this max up.
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