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SolitaryWildFlower

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spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
wtf

wonder whats going on there?
[link to spaceweather.com]

[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]

[link to www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com]
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11/12/2012 09:31 AM

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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
and [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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odd
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11/12/2012 09:33 AM
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Hmm, weird. Maintenance? All at once is sorta odd IMO

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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
Hmm, weird. Maintenance? All at once is sorta odd IMO

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it sure is



what are they hiding ???
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11/12/2012 09:35 AM
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
thats interesting. its not like these two websites should be linked.
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
Hmm, weird. Maintenance? All at once is sorta odd IMO

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24080572

[link to solarimg.org] is up but with limited info also.
[link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080]
has the latest images from stereo listed as the 8th.

very weird
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aliens messed the sites ?
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Hmm, weird. Maintenance? All at once is sorta odd IMO

Idol1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24080572



it sure is



what are they hiding ???
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Yeah I don't know as if they're "hiding" anything, like I said maintenance maybe?
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
prolly New York servers that Sandy messed up
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Oh noes, what could they possibly be hiding from all you armchair Sun watchers that people with telescopes could easily find ?!


sigh
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
thats interesting. its not like these two websites should be linked.
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the stereo site says ACCESS FORBIDDEN. Its not actually "down". and spaceweather technically loads but has a blank page.
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Odd indeed.
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11/12/2012 09:43 AM
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scream
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Hmm, weird. Maintenance? All at once is sorta odd IMO

Idol1
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[link to solarimg.org] is up but with limited info also.
[link to iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080]
has the latest images from stereo listed as the 8th.

very weird
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[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
Todays date.
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11/12/2012 09:53 AM
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
I posted this yesterday but the thread disappeared.

Probably nothing, but look at the 5 o'clock position.

What is that?

[link to solar.nro.nao.ac.jp]
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11/12/2012 09:54 AM
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
[link to www.solarham.net] working
[link to helioviewer.org] last image an hour ago
[link to www.solarmonitor.org] today

Don't worry the Sun is as it should be.
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
[link to www.solarham.net] working
[link to helioviewer.org] last image an hour ago
[link to www.solarmonitor.org] today

Don't worry the Sun is as it should be.
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Thanks for the websites, I've never seen those.

Just wondering about stereo though. All of those sites are pics from SOHO.


I wasn't saying anything was "wrong" with the sun. Just curious about the other websites.

I don't think it's got a thing to do with Sandy b/c they were working yesterday.
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11/12/2012 10:14 AM
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
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Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
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That's weird.

Not for 'days', but the one that does begin to happen about halfway through is odd.

Last Edited by Mister Obvious on 11/12/2012 10:17 AM
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
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That's weird.

Not for 'days', but the one that does begin to happen about halfway through is odd.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


If you click the "faster" button a few times, the sun looks like it has it's rocket boosters engaged.

Really weird.
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
I posted this yesterday but the thread disappeared.

Probably nothing, but look at the 5 o'clock position.

What is that?

[link to solar.nro.nao.ac.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26712340


thats a plasma filled prominence, nitwit!
U heeft vast wel eens het gevoel dat er iets niet klopt aan een bepaald bericht zoals bijvoorbeeld de vele aardbevingen die op het moment plaats vinden, vulkaanuitbarstingen, uw gezondheid en welzijn, over de kracht van de zon, het weer, etc. Wij zijn op zoek naar de waarheid achter deze berichten en om het voor u allemaal zo duidelijk mogelijk te maken, proberen wij u zo alles duidelijk te maken en het voor u op Verborgen Nieuws te plaatsen. De wereld ondergaat een grote verandering, daarom laten wij u zien wat er daadwerkelijk plaats vind op onze wereld!

[link to www.verborgennieuws.nl]
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11/12/2012 10:32 AM
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There was a CME earth facing and it is hitting us today. Maybe they shut down their equipment to protect it. Or maybe it was destroyed by the CME and we are all about to die. Who knows.
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There was a CME earth facing and it is hitting us today. Maybe they shut down their equipment to protect it. Or maybe it was destroyed by the CME and we are all about to die. Who knows.
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hiding
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There was a CME earth facing and it is hitting us today. Maybe they shut down their equipment to protect it. Or maybe it was destroyed by the CME and we are all about to die. Who knows.
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lol
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Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
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Actually, due to the dynamics of magnetic fields, that is not a flare. For an idea of scope, that extends well beyond Mercury's orbit, and generally is only seen happening from the North and South poles of the sun (or the top and bottom if you wish), as they are quite literally plasma jets created via the spin of the sun, and not merely by twisted field lines.

The issue, however, is that this jet happens to be on the plane of ecliptic (meaning in line with the planets) which is truly phenomenal, from the standpoint of an astrophysics student, being as this means that, at that current rate of growth, if it continues to do so, it will easily surpass the orbit of Venus before it finally becomes a flare. These tend to last for weeks, as one must remember that our sun, while a yellow dwarf, is still a T Tauri Star, meaning that it does still have the occasional 'tantrum' if you will... however this is the first time I have seen one across the ecliptic plane, for the entire stent of my studies these have always remained, if we use a clock analogy, between 11-1 or 5-7.

This being said, You also have to remember that the 'atmosphere' of the sun extends well beyond Mars, and as such why we study 'space weather.' What you are basically looking at is a tornado, that is aligned with the planets.
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Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22573986


Actually, due to the dynamics of magnetic fields, that is not a flare. For an idea of scope, that extends well beyond Mercury's orbit, and generally is only seen happening from the North and South poles of the sun (or the top and bottom if you wish), as they are quite literally plasma jets created via the spin of the sun, and not merely by twisted field lines.

The issue, however, is that this jet happens to be on the plane of ecliptic (meaning in line with the planets) which is truly phenomenal, from the standpoint of an astrophysics student, being as this means that, at that current rate of growth, if it continues to do so, it will easily surpass the orbit of Venus before it finally becomes a flare. These tend to last for weeks, as one must remember that our sun, while a yellow dwarf, is still a T Tauri Star, meaning that it does still have the occasional 'tantrum' if you will... however this is the first time I have seen one across the ecliptic plane, for the entire stent of my studies these have always remained, if we use a clock analogy, between 11-1 or 5-7.

This being said, You also have to remember that the 'atmosphere' of the sun extends well beyond Mars, and as such why we study 'space weather.' What you are basically looking at is a tornado, that is aligned with the planets.
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[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

If you do a search from the 1st of November, to the 12th of November, using any of the EH standard images, there is no image for the 11th (it skips the frame no matter how much you slow it down), and the entire western face of the sun is missing in the image for the 10th (again, no matter how much you slow it down). However the rest is fluid and streamlined, even if you extend the first date back to the first of the year.

It's been edited.
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Oh look, space weather is magically back up.

ACTIVE

10 %

30 %
MINOR

25 %

25 %
SEVERE

55 %

05 %

Geomagnetic storms ^
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Re: spaceweather.com AND stereo websites are down
Look at last 100 images of Lasco C2:

[link to sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov]

Persistent flare at the 11:00. Don't think I've seen one just steadily growing for days like that.

Has anyone else?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22573986


Actually, due to the dynamics of magnetic fields, that is not a flare. For an idea of scope, that extends well beyond Mercury's orbit, and generally is only seen happening from the North and South poles of the sun (or the top and bottom if you wish), as they are quite literally plasma jets created via the spin of the sun, and not merely by twisted field lines.

The issue, however, is that this jet happens to be on the plane of ecliptic (meaning in line with the planets) which is truly phenomenal, from the standpoint of an astrophysics student, being as this means that, at that current rate of growth, if it continues to do so, it will easily surpass the orbit of Venus before it finally becomes a flare. These tend to last for weeks, as one must remember that our sun, while a yellow dwarf, is still a T Tauri Star, meaning that it does still have the occasional 'tantrum' if you will... however this is the first time I have seen one across the ecliptic plane, for the entire stent of my studies these have always remained, if we use a clock analogy, between 11-1 or 5-7.

This being said, You also have to remember that the 'atmosphere' of the sun extends well beyond Mars, and as such why we study 'space weather.' What you are basically looking at is a tornado, that is aligned with the planets.
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Thank you for that! I knew it was not normal. I just looked at Spaceweather and they are going to be in Australia for the eclipse. I think this coincidence of that flare and the eclipse happening at the same time could give us some amazing pictures of the sun's magnetic field.

Just hope it goes back down soon though......
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Well, if it chooses to continue to grow, as opposed to igniting into an actual flare and releasing it's plasma... for starters, Mercury is going to get exceedingly hot, exceedingly fast, as it will be inside the plasma jet. If it grows at the rate that it is currently growing, Venus will most likely have a good deal of it's atmosphere seared away, and Earth is going to experience a very, very warm few days, though albeit in the southern hemisphere for the most part. If it ignites into a flare, however, as it crosses Mercury's path, which is currently very close to our own this time of year, the ensuing CME will be one akin to the one that happened around A.D. 813 wherein they saw auroras in China and India, even as far as northern Africa, as recorded by the various astronomers of those civilizations.

Incidentally we didn't have electrical grids at that time, either. Therefore, indeed, I do hope that it ignites before reaching Mercury, or deal with the extremely bright sun for a few days until it passes and then allow itself to ignite, being as electrical companies in Europe, Asia, and North America all but ignored NASA concerning the Solar Peak this coming year, and have not shielded their power plants, transformers, or wires from high energy particles.

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