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SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!

 
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SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!

Look, think, answer,
if you know what is "rotating" whit such speed,
I know something, but this I do not know.

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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
33,5 minutes cycle means also
42.98 rotations per 24 hours
or approx. 43 per day

???

Any idea?
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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
Not really helps, 5rpm, hmm ...
The spacecraft is 1.6 meters across and 1 meter high, not including the four solar arrays and the magnetometer booms attached to two of the solar panels. At launch, it weighed 785 kg, which includes 189 kg of hydrazine fuel for orbit insertion and maintenance. The solar arrays generate about 500 watts of power. The spacecraft spins at 5 rpm, with the spin axis generally pointed along the Earth-sun line and most of the scientific instruments on the top (sunward) deck.
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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
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That variance would explain the semblance of absorption on the drap chart to a point. It looks to be wave continual. In all honesty I'm not familiar with that chart, but looks to be a complete repetitve wave of particle fluctuation, pulse like
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Anyone have an idea what's causing it??
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It could be a constant outflow pickup from the sun. We aren't releasing energy(flares ,CMEs earthside). there is an energy expenditure needed with that much atomic burnoff. We have seen the same thing with electrons except there is a constant spike that fluctuates, same response just with constant spikes and not an ambient,continual wave. I would expect alot more of these type anomalies if the sun doesn't 'right' itself. We wait and watch. The proton expenditure is odd but nothing to worry about energy wise, just from a site production flow is odd.
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Its pulse like in its wave, but this is normal , just not this perfect in signature.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

This exact same drap absorption signature has been present for almost five days. I thought it was broke, but it refreshes and has shown continual absorption from a measurable number. So we've got a cyclic proton wave, which is very odd.
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Thanks for connecting the treads.

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Thanks for connecting the treads.

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Nice catch OP, helps answer some questions, just brings about a few more, but thats the nature of things!Peace
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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
Now I remember why I do not like 33 minutes period.

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I used to record wine glass self resonance sound, wet finger approach, then I calculated frequency from recording, then I made from -5 Hz to +5Hz, 5 minutes sweep, about 10W sound sinus wave, and glass was broken by sound.


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I just googled 33 minute period and found this

[link to prola.aps.org]
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We do it because we like to.
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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
Period of 33 minutes 32 seconds means also:
0.005 Hz

2012 seconds.


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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
Looks suspicious.

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Re: SIS protons are oscillating with period of 33 minutes, any idea why. !?!
The same phenomenon again
from 28th of December

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

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