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Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend

 
Anonymous astrophysicist
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
look at this one....
[link to epod.usra.edu]

and this one last year
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

with sun spots ...their size is not what matters.
 Quoting: psyoptics


My question is, did any of the sunspots pop off anything of substance?

This 1654 looks massive, let's hope its a big pussy
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27551020


it's looking very close to Carrington size, tbph, based on the drawing of the carrington spot(s)
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CARRIGNTON WAS A SERIES OF LARGE SUNSPOTS THAT COALESCED INTO ONE HUGE SPOT, AND GUESS WHERE IT WAS ON THE SUNS SURFACE
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
here is one more big sun spot from last year...when sun spots were still flaring at earth.
[link to www.space.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


using this image from that link,..

[link to i.space.com]

i resized and overlaid this spot onto it..

[link to oi45.tinypic.com]
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i am not saying anything more then watch...
i have given many links to see what is going on.
really there is no way to tell.
for some unknown reason over the last several month ALL sun spots no matter how angry seem to fall quiet when earth facing...only to get all pissed off after they rotate non earth facing....
last year when i fist notice this odd effect, we saw a CME erupt off the backside which was fast and denser then the 1859 CME.
it just might have been the strongest CME ever recorded.
now the SS which did this did not give earth anything.

just watch and please don't freak out.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
Anonynous astrophysicist,
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01/08/2013 08:54 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Dont see it
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Very left. Here's another image and you can enlarge it

[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


No, I don't want to enlarge it, thank you!
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cruise

The worst thing that can happen is the atmosphere be burned away and everything on the sun facing side of the earth incinerated in an instant.That is assuming the magnetosphere has a void in it in wrong place and magneto pause remains essentially gone as it is now.
SOlar activity has the tendency to strengthen the geo magnetic field, it's natures protection.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
here is one more big sun spot from last year...when sun spots were still flaring at earth.
[link to www.space.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


using this image from that link,..

[link to i.space.com]

i resized and overlaid this spot onto it..

[link to oi45.tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010

the size does not mean anything....
this is what it is about. [link to www.solarham.net]
please learn more about this image. then you will understand.

if the magnetic of this spot get more messed up then we need to worry.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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01/08/2013 08:57 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
here is one more big sun spot from last year...when sun spots were still flaring at earth.
[link to www.space.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


using this image from that link,..

[link to i.space.com]

i resized and overlaid this spot onto it..

[link to oi45.tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010


You have distorted the size of the existing sunspot radically increasing it's apparent size, nice try though
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
look at this one....
[link to epod.usra.edu]

and this one last year
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

with sun spots ...their size is not what matters.
 Quoting: psyoptics


My question is, did any of the sunspots pop off anything of substance?

This 1654 looks massive, let's hope its a big pussy
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27551020


it's looking very close to Carrington size, tbph, based on the drawing of the carrington spot(s)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010


CARRIGNTON WAS A SERIES OF LARGE SUNSPOTS THAT COALESCED INTO ONE HUGE SPOT, AND GUESS WHERE IT WAS ON THE SUNS SURFACE
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


WHERE?
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My question is, did any of the sunspots pop off anything of substance?

This 1654 looks massive, let's hope its a big pussy
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27551020


it's looking very close to Carrington size, tbph, based on the drawing of the carrington spot(s)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010


CARRIGNTON WAS A SERIES OF LARGE SUNSPOTS THAT COALESCED INTO ONE HUGE SPOT, AND GUESS WHERE IT WAS ON THE SUNS SURFACE
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


WHERE?
 Quoting: sunshine4mealwayz


The same place this one is and the same place the y hole was and the Bastille day sunspot was of the last solar max. They don't want you to know sunspot erupt on the same location on the Earths surface because it proves their model of the Sun is incorrect and it has a solid core.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
here is one more big sun spot from last year...when sun spots were still flaring at earth.
[link to www.space.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


using this image from that link,..

[link to i.space.com]

i resized and overlaid this spot onto it..

[link to oi45.tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010


You have distorted the size of the existing sunspot radically increasing it's apparent size, nice try though
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wink
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it's looking very close to Carrington size, tbph, based on the drawing of the carrington spot(s)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010


CARRIGNTON WAS A SERIES OF LARGE SUNSPOTS THAT COALESCED INTO ONE HUGE SPOT, AND GUESS WHERE IT WAS ON THE SUNS SURFACE
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


WHERE?
 Quoting: sunshine4mealwayz


The same place this one is and the same place the y hole was and the Bastille day sunspot was of the last solar max. They don't want you to know sunspot erupt on the same location on the Sun's surface because it proves their model of the Sun is incorrect and it has a solid core.
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


Edited to correct error, bolded
Anonymous astrophysicist,
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Who are you gong to believe, me of Phil Plait? it's your choice....Keep in mind Phil Plait cannot explain the fundamentals of nuclear fusion nor explain how a sunspot stores and releases energy
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
here is one more big sun spot from last year...when sun spots were still flaring at earth.
[link to www.space.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


using this image from that link,..

[link to i.space.com]

i resized and overlaid this spot onto it..

[link to oi45.tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31647010

the size does not mean anything....
this is what it is about. [link to www.solarham.net]
please learn more about this image. then you will understand.

if the magnetic of this spot get more messed up then we need to worry.
 Quoting: psyoptics


I only wanted to mention that the image you provided is essentially why we do not know what the current activity is. Due to the region being on the cusp of the solar disk the magnetic fields are almost impossible to speculate over. Also due to the amount of time it will take for this region to become earth facing it really could go either way in all reality (better / worse).

I will only remark that the solar disk (farside) was quite inactive for the last seven days, and that the region in question was known as active on january 5th. So I assume that the region is more likely to be as active or more active in the days to come, than less active. however it is my opinion and I am not stating that even if it grew 100% its current size that it will have any effects on earth.

I am only stating that the likelihood of the region to be active throughout its earth facing life span, is more likely, in my own opinion...
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this is what it is all about...Magnetogram
[link to solar-center.stanford.edu]

In the context of the magnetic field of the Sun, the term magnetogram refers to a pictorial representation of the spatial variations in strength of the solar magnetic field. Magnetograms are often produced by exploiting the Zeeman effect (or, in some cases, the Hanle effect), which George Ellery Hale employed in the first demonstration that sunspots were magnetic in origin, in 1908
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to gong.nso.edu]

here is some big and nasties!!!


[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
by my reckoning, that ting is about 80-90% the size of the spot that caused Carrington. a very rough estimation. anyone agree?
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Thank you for your guesstimation, anyone else?
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01/08/2013 09:11 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
by my reckoning, that ting is about 80-90% the size of the spot that caused Carrington. a very rough estimation. anyone agree?
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Thank you for your guesstimation, anyone else?
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It's MUCH smaller, probably 30-40% of Carrington.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
by my reckoning, that ting is about 80-90% the size of the spot that caused Carrington. a very rough estimation. anyone agree?
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Thank you for your guesstimation, anyone else?
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It's MUCH smaller, probably 30-40% of Carrington.
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Agreed, but then we dont have any really good images of the Carrignton spot
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CARRIGNTON WAS A SERIES OF LARGE SUNSPOTS THAT COALESCED INTO ONE HUGE SPOT, AND GUESS WHERE IT WAS ON THE SUNS SURFACE
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


WHERE?
 Quoting: sunshine4mealwayz


The same place this one is and the same place the y hole was and the Bastille day sunspot was of the last solar max. They don't want you to know sunspot erupt on the same location on the Sun's surface because it proves their model of the Sun is incorrect and it has a solid core.
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


Edited to correct error, bolded
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298


A betted edit would have been to delete your entire bullshit response..
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
this is what it is all about...Magnetogram
[link to solar-center.stanford.edu]

In the context of the magnetic field of the Sun, the term magnetogram refers to a pictorial representation of the spatial variations in strength of the solar magnetic field. Magnetograms are often produced by exploiting the Zeeman effect (or, in some cases, the Hanle effect), which George Ellery Hale employed in the first demonstration that sunspots were magnetic in origin, in 1908
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to gong.nso.edu]

here is some big and nasties!!!


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: psyoptics


PLEASE do NOT use Wikipedia for a source of information, as it has proved to be unreliable and used specifically for the purposes of disseminating disinformation. However, it IS true that the magnetic complexity of a given sunspot predicts it's energetic potential. A sunspot is in fact a complex twisted magnetic field that suddenly releases it's energy like a rubber band snapping at it's tensile limit.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
by my reckoning, that ting is about 80-90% the size of the spot that caused Carrington. a very rough estimation. anyone agree?
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Thank you for your guesstimation, anyone else?
 Quoting: Machine42


It happened in 1859. The data is speculative...

Its like guessing the size of the earthquake that struck japan in 2011, by only having the current topography at hand...

In my opinion alot of it has to do with the state of the magnetosphere, and what processes are taking place on earth at the time, which affect the surrounding environment. Was there a height in volcanic eruptions, notable hurricanes, what was the carbon ratio?

Being that all that data is unknown, and the limited knowledge we have of the magnetosphere; it is literally impossible to know the size of the solar flare that occurred in 1859.

With all that being said. We do know that the current magnetosphere's condition on earth appears to be on the lower end of the scale in cosmic terms, allowing more cosmic energy to penetrate our atmosphere and affect our planet. Which happens to conflict with this specific occasion of large potentially active regions becoming earth facing...

Its like taking down your force field, and saying: "let me have it"...
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WHERE?
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The same place this one is and the same place the y hole was and the Bastille day sunspot was of the last solar max. They don't want you to know sunspot erupt on the same location on the Sun's surface because it proves their model of the Sun is incorrect and it has a solid core.
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


Edited to correct error, bolded
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298


A betted edit would have been to delete your entire bullshit response..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30529036


Jew unmentionable institute , huh? Go fuck yourself. You lose. Historical archives PROVE my assertions , which means I have facts to back up my ideas and you have abusive off color rhetoric. And the word 'betted' gives away the fact that you misspelled "better" and the spell checker couldn't catch it because betted is a word, meaning essentially you are a moron.
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Just eyeballing it....

Carrington had the spot drawn covering almost an entire 20 degrees of the sun. Since we see only 180 degrees you could visually cut the sun into 9 slices. The Carrington sun spot covered about 80 percent of one of those slices.

This sunspot looks to cover less than that.
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this video is showing a good blast of some sort coming out. Is that a discharge or a lens flair? Honest question, i don't know..


"Fear paints pictures of ghosts and hangs them in the gallery of ignorance." Robert Green Ingersoll
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Just eyeballing it....

Carrington had the spot drawn covering almost an entire 20 degrees of the sun. Since we see only 180 degrees you could visually cut the sun into 9 slices. The Carrington sun spot covered about 80 percent of one of those slices.

This sunspot looks to cover less than that.
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Yep
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this video is showing a good blast of some sort coming out. Is that a discharge or a lens flair? Honest question, i don't know..


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I believe your link is a potential lens flare / anomaly.


The region was active on january 5th creating an m1.7 however.
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Carrignton was using more or less direct observation to make his drawings as sopped to going through a .gov filter. As soon as I can see the Sun i will make a direct observation and report my observations. Trusting government data is like testing a whore with your wallet.. There is no doubt he was very accurate in his representation of the size and location of 'spot.
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Just eyeballing it....

Carrington had the spot drawn covering almost an entire 20 degrees of the sun. Since we see only 180 degrees you could visually cut the sun into 9 slices. The Carrington sun spot covered about 80 percent of one of those slices.

This sunspot looks to cover less than that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22573986


Yep
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist 1397298


You realize this is based on a drawing that is conceptual...
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Black hole sun here we come.....
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Here we come....
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Carrignton was using more or less direct observation to make his drawings as sopped to going through a .gov filter. As soon as I can see the Sun i will make a direct observation and report my observations. Trusting government data is like testing a whore with your wallet.. There is no doubt he was very accurate in his representation of the size and location of 'spot.
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LOL, how did you get 'sopped' out of 'opposed'? desperate, are we?
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
this video is showing a good blast of some sort coming out. Is that a discharge or a lens flair? Honest question, i don't know..


 Quoting: Liquid_Pestilence




I believe your link is a potential lens flare / anomaly.


The region was active on january 5th creating an m1.7 however.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23231420


Actually no, that was a flare. gev_20130108_0117 2013/01/08 01:17:00 01:21:00 01:18:00 C2.1 N07E89

The M1.7 flare originated from sunspot 1652 just up and to the right of this new Solar Region.

gev_20130105_0926 2013/01/05 09:26:00 09:31:00 09:28:00 M1.7 N20E88 ( 1652 )

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Oh My Gawd.. You are like so frickin cool man.

You just like totes put up a BS flag to go against the grain. I envy you dude.

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