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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * M2.4 Solar Flare July 14 2017! Earth directed CME (Updated Daily)
Poster Handle Hugh M Eye
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The ACE SW data shows another spike in density for the EXACT SAME 2 MINUTES as yesterday's spike (15:28-29z). This alone proves to me that it's a glitch. There is no 24-hr time cycle in space except for inside the spacecraft itself.

ACE 6-hr. SWEPAM plot:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

THEY SAY the data is "nominal", but the glitch may be in their Earth-side downlink or ground computers. I'm open to any other rational explanations...

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

 Quoting: Hugh M Eye

hey Hugh :)
do you have a link to some info showing that there is a 24hr cycle within the ACE spacecraft? i never heard of this
if it was a glitch, we would be seeing it through one sensor
we see it on the speed and density sensor, and we also see it on the Temp sensor as well as Radial Speed
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

im leaning tword a magnetic connection made at this time under the electric universe
 Quoting: NiNzrez

No, I have no link, but I assume there's a clock since all of the data is time-stamped and satellite communications with Earth must be synchronized somehow.

WAIT, I do have a link to a pdf (I had to download due to computer probs) which in Item 4.1 mentions Data FlowCharacteristics and describes the "Symbol Synchronizer Clock". Here goes...

[link to www.srl.caltech.edu]

I don't have time to dig too deep on this non-issue right now, but here's some links for further investigation for those who may be inclined to pursue this inquiry:

[link to www.srl.caltech.edu]

[link to www.srl.caltech.edu]

The ACE satellite has up for 15 years and prone to trouble in recent times due to the wear and tear of extreme radiation, etc. I always double-check density and wind-speed with the SOHO data for verification. Anything significant should appear on both data plots. Note:at SOHO the density was decreasing at 15:29z.

[link to umtof.umd.edu]
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