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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * M2.4 Solar Flare July 14 2017! Earth directed CME (Updated Daily)
Poster Handle shenue
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Wow is right!! Good grief
 Quoting: whiteangel

Hello Angel and Cosmo - That video,those are clearly mirror images ie.One half is reflected exactly on the other - I would say that must be a gitch,I see Clouds circulating the wrong direction.

 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

Hi SC, I'm so glad you posted the mirror image thing...

Kind of laughing at myself right now. I saw this video right when it had been posted here yesterday and started to watch it. Very quickly, I realized it was just mirror imaging and wrote a post here about it. Then I went back to my post to edit and remove what I had said because I was afraid I was incorrect and was simply making a fool of myself by posting that. I should have left the post as it was instead of editing it and leaving an empty post. For once I would have been right about something on this thread. LOL

Oh and.... :Coffee sunrise c: everyone!
 Quoting: shenue

Good Day Shensunhf

You should have posted your opinion and not been worried that it may have been incorrect as it would have been your own opinion and that is nothing to ever be ashamed of,regardless.

Also,you are correct about many things as well as always asking pertinent questions,don't sell yourself short me Luvly : )

Did your hubby work on designing the detectors in the probes by the way or is he 'just' a rocket Man!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

SC ... Hi, sorry it took me so long to answer your question. I'm still playing catch-up here from the last couple days. There are certain parts of the satellites that hubby is responsible to physically build them and then hands on installation/building/testing...etc. of the actual satellites. Most of the work is done at the physics lab and then, as you all know from my ramblings, he goes to the Cape in Fl. for several months to finish the work there before launch. The team's new project is the new solar probe. I'm getting excited about it. It will be the one that goes between Mercury's orbit and the sun. It should give us some great information. Ok, I'm going to stop now because quite honestly, I could go on and on about this new project. And you all know, I am quite capable of doing just that!! LOL But, I really do think it is going to be great.
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