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Quoting: Back From the Future 25086117
Quoting: Isis One
That's definitely interesting, Isis, how the sun is connected like that. So if the sun shoots off a high powered CME or solar wind in the next couple of days it could affect TC and earth and depending on the particle charges of both could force TC this way. Just a guess if the sun has so much influence.Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24613830
Back From The Future, heh, any idea how long it took me to figure out this stuff? I'm sure I could but I have a friend who's much better than I am. I'll see if he can make a model. If nothing else it could help in the future. Hm. Just thinking out loud but with all of this info in the last few days, I bet we could all give input and get a better answer than a 7. :) maybe
This simulation is interesting too. You can see the magnetic field lines and how they can 'whip' magnetism earth's way.
[link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov]
Isis One....could a magnetic flare push an asteroid into us if timed right? I know when things get too close, an attraction happens. Can the attraction be magnified by a passing flare hitting us simultaneously as the meteor passes by? Altering its course?
BTTF I'm not positve but i don't think so, it doesn't perturb the satellites so it shouldn't perturb an asteroid. A solar flare can cause some transmission problems for the satellites but doesn't perterb them.
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