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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * 312 M & 25 X FLARES starting 3-7-2011 (Updated Daily)
Poster Handle Hugh M Eye
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I don't see what the fuss is about. The bright object on STEREO B HI1 is Earth and the white line is the bleeding of saturated pixels. What do you see that's so perplexing?

[link to stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

You might want to familiarize yourselves with this:

[link to sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil]

...and this:

[link to stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye


Really? Have you looked at the slideshow for Stereo Behind HI1 with dates from the 17th through the 20th? I'm not talking about celestial bodies - it's a dark region that seems to grow (get closer) as the slides progress. [link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov] Just look, please.

It may be nothing, but I'd love a more expert opinion than my own. Looks odd to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30177359


Don't bother man. This guy seems like a cool chill dude, but I think he needs to humble himself to the universe.
 Quoting: Da fuq


It would take two seconds for someone on this thread (with more experience than the casual watchers like myself) to confirm or deny that there is an anomaly. I really didn't think it was a big deal to ask that of Hugh or someone else on this thread.

To recap, it's the slideshow for Stereo Behind HI1 dates 20121217 through 20121220 showing a dark region that seems to grow (get closer) as the slides progress.

[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30177359


Howdy, AC. It took more than two seconds, but I don't see anything unusual. If you "step" thru the images you'll notice a 12-hour gap from 23:30z on the 17th to 11:30z on the 18th (when it appears darker). You can also see the dark area isn't growing; it appears dark, then lighter, then darker again in accordance to solar activity. The purpose of the HI1 imager is to specifically look for diffuse plasma ejections (hot electrified gases) between the Sun and Earth; it's not very good for planetary or star observations. The dark area shows a lack of hot plasma during that time span. Capiche?

STEREO Instrument package:

[link to secchi.nrl.navy.mil]

Graphic of the HI camera:

[link to secchi.nrl.navy.mil]
 
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