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NICT Real Time Magnetosphere Simulation is back up. Anyone seen it look like *this* before?

 
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pole shift in progress
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My pole is shifting.......uh oh
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Oh dear, still stuck in the lower chakras I see. :remote control:
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I guess I am, "Nobody"
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


First row, picture on the right. It looks as though the magnetosphere has all but disappeared.

Check it out.
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because you did not select the top image in the list, those of us this morning don't have a clue what you are talking about. I assume you mean the pressure image, and considering when you posted, it looked something like this? [link to www2.nict.go.jp]


It doesn't mean the magnetosphere has disappeared, it means there is nothing of interest arriving from the sun. the pressure image is based on the number of protons and the windspeed. and those of you who have been watching for any length of time ought to have figured that out by now.
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Glad you learned how to read these graphs aren't you now Candace? :) This is Xenus btw. Imagine what you could do without your silly beliefs of aliens shooting proton beams at us from starfleet. She is right, the pale pressure is simply the solar wind moving slowly and low density. The flat lines on the graphs mean data is not coming from ACE for whatever reason.
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he means this
[link to i54.tinypic.com]
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The magnetosphere is not the magnetic field, so even if it looks like that it's nothing to worry about, simply means it's not shielding much because not much is there. As soon as a CME or strong/high energy particles hit it, it raises the pressure and they follow the field to the poles and out the tail, most of it anyway, some of it makes it into the atmosphere and causes aurora.
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


First row, picture on the right. It looks as though the magnetosphere has all but disappeared.

Check it out.
 Quoting: SolitaryWildFlower


because you did not select the top image in the list, those of us this morning don't have a clue what you are talking about. I assume you mean the pressure image, and considering when you posted, it looked something like this? [link to www2.nict.go.jp]


It doesn't mean the magnetosphere has disappeared, it means there is nothing of interest arriving from the sun. the pressure image is based on the number of protons and the windspeed. and those of you who have been watching for any length of time ought to have figured that out by now.
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he means this
[link to i54.tinypic.com]
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is all goodwhatever
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pole shift in progress
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My pole is shifting.......uh oh
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Oh dear, still stuck in the lower chakras I see. :remote control:
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roflGreat response!
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he means this
[link to i54.tinypic.com]
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The magnetosphere is not the magnetic field, so even if it looks like that it's nothing to worry about, simply means it's not shielding much because not much is there. As soon as a CME or strong/high energy particles hit it, it raises the pressure and they follow the field to the poles and out the tail, most of it anyway, some of it makes it into the atmosphere and causes aurora.
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Here we are
IMPACT: A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field at approximately 12:15 UT on Sept. 26th. The impact caused significant ground currents in Norway. Also, the Goddard Space Weather Lab reports a "strong compression of Earth's magnetosphere. Simulations indicate that solar wind plasma [has penetrated] close to the geosynchronous orbit starting at 13:00UT." Stay tuned for updates. Aurora alerts: text, voice.

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And just as the magnetosphere compresses from a higher density solar wind or CME, so does the heliosphere of the sun from denser clouds around us. It's good people are beginning to pay more attention to how these things work. And just as CMEs affect our Earth environment, these clouds affect the solar environment. Same process, larger scale.

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scream
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


First row, picture on the right. It looks as though the magnetosphere has all but disappeared.

Check it out.
 Quoting: SolitaryWildFlower


because you did not select the top image in the list, those of us this morning don't have a clue what you are talking about. I assume you mean the pressure image, and considering when you posted, it looked something like this? [link to www2.nict.go.jp]


It doesn't mean the magnetosphere has disappeared, it means there is nothing of interest arriving from the sun. the pressure image is based on the number of protons and the windspeed. and those of you who have been watching for any length of time ought to have figured that out by now.
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well never let it be said that you dont know how to pop a ballon - LOL thanks NIPpeace
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spaceweather.com:

IMPACT: A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field at approximately 12:15 UT on Sept. 26th. The impact caused significant ground currents in Norway. Also, the Goddard Space Weather Lab reports a "strong compression of Earth's magnetosphere. Simulations indicate that solar wind plasma [has penetrated] close to geosynchronous orbit starting at 13:00UT." Geosynchronous satellites could therefore be directly exposed to solar wind plasma and magnetic fields. Stay tuned for updates. Aurora alerts: text, voice.
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quick glance... looks normal
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Re: NICT Real Time Magnetosphere Simulation is back up. Anyone seen it look like *this* before?
just look at this map we are screwed

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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No no no no guys that is the way the magnetosphere should look like. Look at historic files remember that the solar winds "blow" from the sun outwards also this is just a simulation dont get alarmed
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No no no no guys that is the way the magnetosphere should look like. Look at historic files remember that the solar winds "blow" from the sun outwards also this is just a simulation dont get alarmed
 Quoting: AwayFromHome


This is not what it should look like. It is doing its job however. The last time the Bz hit over 20 was years ago. It was almost at 30. That was a strong hit, and it was just a "glancing blow". If 1302 releases an x flare in the next couple days, we should be very concerned.
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just look at this map we are screwed

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Looked much worse before Japan quake. Much of the map was red and stayed that way for a good long time.
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so you think the current ones looks normal?

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

and they are removing pics too

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just look at this map we are screwed

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Looked much worse before Japan quake. Much of the map was red and stayed that way for a good long time.
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look at it now its build uyp fast

was only blue in the mid now its BRIGHT GREEN1!!! get ur tin foil hats ready!!!
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No no no no guys that is the way the magnetosphere should look like. Look at historic files remember that the solar winds "blow" from the sun outwards also this is just a simulation dont get alarmed
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[link to son.nasa.gov]

"
We can classify storms as:

Low if the Bz is between +3 nT and +5 nT,
Medium if the Bz is between +5 nT and +10nT,
High if the Bz is +10nT or larger,
Extreme Some of the most severe storms in the past several years have registered Bz values between +20 and +40 nT!
"
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just look at this map we are screwed

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Looked much worse before Japan quake. Much of the map was red and stayed that way for a good long time.
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turning yellwo orange.. guys we are FUCKED!!
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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
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EXCEPT THIS TIME ITS OVER THE USA!!!
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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
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growing fast.
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he means this
[link to i54.tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Ostria1


The magnetosphere is not the magnetic field, so even if it looks like that it's nothing to worry about, simply means it's not shielding much because not much is there. As soon as a CME or strong/high energy particles hit it, it raises the pressure and they follow the field to the poles and out the tail, most of it anyway, some of it makes it into the atmosphere and causes aurora.
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Yeah, but keep an eye on it.

If you see the magnitoshphere break down completely, tell everyone to stay indoors, under concrete, and check it out with a gieger counter out in the sun if you have one.

(The gieger counter won't measure the emf wave, but it might measure if an excess of nuclear radiation is entering from space.)

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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1401969


growing fast.
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Looks like your doom is fading.......for now
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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1401969


growing fast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1603952


Looks like your doom is fading.......for now
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Yeah. It is truly unusual though. It is amazing how fast the Bz shot from +20 to -30 so fast. According to solarham, that will help with geomagnetic storms...

[link to www.solarham.com]

[link to www.solarham.com]

[link to son.nasa.gov]
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TURNNIGN ORANGE RED!!! UH OH
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1401969


growing fast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1603952


Looks like your doom is fading.......for now
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1530155


Let's not bypass an important issue with your simple shill statement.

Long long ago when I grew up, we expected civil defense and news organizations to keep us updated on this data. Now we find that the government often appears to be doing a concerted effort to keep this data from the public.

If I had children, and I knew that just one or two days that the sun would be throwing out an excess of xrays not seen in 6years, I would take the simple precaution of saying, "kids, we're staying inside today."

I don't know what is going on in the us, but probably similar to here in Mexico, where I have not heard of any basic warnings, like don't let the kids out at noon for recess. Just simple stuff like that.
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Is it over yet ?

Just went outside and watched 3 black swans flying over head. Never seen black swans flying before :)
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pretty sure it's just getting started. i think that spike was the initial impact of the CME.
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as i said earlier....
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Not sure if this is your screenshot or not, but if it is and you want to exclude other parts of your screen on your Mac, hit the command, shift and 4 keys simultaneously and use the targeting cursor to select only the part of the screen you wish to capture.

Just an FYI in case you are unaware... :?)

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[link to www.iris.edu]
you might wanne monitor these as well all 4.0 or greater get visualized here
if you want a more detailed view of all EQ check out this URL
[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
im pretty sure there will be some heave quakes the coming 2days.

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Attention: NICT is not saving any of the past images, you better save them because there are no more recent images in the bottom of the page.

sorry for double post.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2010527


Actually there are some now and it looks like the magnetosphere is slowly disappearing...what does this mean?
 Quoting: Stef 1916695


When it is a thin light blue, that is not an indication that the magnetosphere is 'disappearing' so don't panic. It merely means that our Magnetic Shield is not being hit with very much energy that it then has to sink or absorb.

Think of it as the Shields on the NCC1701, the Enterprise on Star Trek, you don't even see that shield until it is being hit with higher energies. This simulated presentation of the date is pretty much like that.

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