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Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend

 
Artaius

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May we call it Doomspot?
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Stop "auto illiterating" my posts simply because I pointed out you were fucking moron,. What you are doing is transparently obvious, especially when the post changes after more than a minute.
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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. 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 )

[link to www.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: TS66


sunspot 1652, 1653 and 1654 are in the same region.
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May we call it Doomspot?
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Nah, it isn't going to erupt while dangerously geo effective and it isn't that complex or large.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Dont see it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30090662


Very left. Here's another image and you can enlarge it

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


So this is this the first time we get to see the sun's asshole?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30090662


May the Sun shit on us!

shitstream sfan and may it hit the fan!

Amen! sidewayscowbonkbananasexbananasexseal

Time for panic SEX!

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bsflag
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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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It's a phallic symbol, he likes it up the azz.
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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 )

[link to www.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: TS66


look at the date time on the title of the video,, it was on the 8th Today !

"edit" thanks for the link, cool site

Last Edited by Liquid_Pestilence on 01/08/2013 09:46 AM
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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 )

[link to www.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: TS66


look at the date time on the title of the video,, it was on the 8th Today !
 Quoting: Liquid_Pestilence


This morning UTC time actually. Evening EST time on the 7th.
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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.
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298

i gave another site as well.
i linked wkki for those that wanted it in simple terms.
wikki on these thing is ok.
this was not to prove anything just explain the term used.
trying to debunk a definition.....i am out of here. you folks are crazy.

Last Edited by psyoptics on 01/08/2013 09:47 AM
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
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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.
 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 )

[link to www.lmsal.com]
 Quoting: TS66


look at the date time on the title of the video,, it was on the 8th Today !
 Quoting: Liquid_Pestilence


This morning UTC time actually. Evening EST time on the 7th.
 Quoting: TS66


thanks for the correction, I missed the first part and saw the dates on the bottom.. you are correct sir.. peace
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01/08/2013 09:51 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
I agree its too late for me...
(7 am lol).

have a good night and try not to worry about the sun,
:)
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01/08/2013 09:52 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Dont see it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30090662


Very left. Here's another image and you can enlarge it

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


Good lord!
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01/08/2013 09:56 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
The sun gave us all life..

So if one day it take its all away..

So be it..
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01/08/2013 09:57 AM
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
May we call it Doomspot?
 Quoting: Artaius


or a Carrington Killshot Spot would be the more technical term.
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01/08/2013 09:59 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]
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damneddamneddamneddamned
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Dont see it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30090662


Very left. Here's another image and you can enlarge it

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


So this is this the first time we get to see the sun's asshole?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30090662

Pray to dont fart on your face or you (we) are dead roast meat
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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.
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298

i gave another site as well.
i linked wkki for those that wanted it in simple terms.
wikki on these thing is ok.
this was not to prove anything just explain the term used.
trying to debunk a definition.....i am out of here. you folks are crazy.
 Quoting: psyoptics



I am trying to impress it upon you and the other readers here that Wikipedia can be edited to conform to disinformation ops assertions very quickly, sometime whiten seconds, and the information posted there is completely unreliable and in many many cases completely fabricated out of thin air. Use a real source that had a reputation to protect like colliers or Britannica, not that they are pure but they are far more credible than the 'user edited" Wikipedia. Funny thing is you or I can't edit it, try it.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
i linked wkki for those that wanted it in simple terms.
wikki on these thing is ok.
this was not to prove anything just explain the term used.
trying to debunk a definition.....i am out of here. you folks are crazy.
 Quoting: psyoptics


Zeeman effect? BULLSHIT. Zeeman is thief and a plagiarist
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PSYOPtics

HUh huh. Don't try to hide the truth in plain sight, I have my sunglasses on.
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The answer to the insanity of 2013 is 1654!!
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The answer to the insanity of 2013 is 1654!!
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Solar activity has been confirmed in many studies to effect the function of the human brain, It is also noteworthy that almost all major wars start during solar maximums, when it is easy to manipulate people to violence in mass.
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
The NASA link that started this whole thread has a clearly-labeled key in the lower right corner showing the size of Jupiter relative to the Sun, and this sunspot is nowhere near the size of Jupiter as indicated.
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PSYOPtics

HUh huh. Don't try to hide the truth in plain sight, I have my sunglasses on.
 Quoting: Anonymous astrophysicist, 1397298


Come on, it's basic solar science he is referring to, and Wiki has the most comprehensive explanation for layman. A NASA site would only confuse most. No psyop here, just basic consideration.

Relax. peace
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
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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clappa
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The answer to the insanity of 2013 is 1654!!
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The last year of Humanity in Jewish Gematria Equals: 1654


source: [link to www.gematrix.org]





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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
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.
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298


clappa
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Regardless of how big it is, from what is visible so far it is only a beta classification. Yes you can have a significant flare from a beta class, but odds are against it.

It's not the size that counts wink
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May we call it Doomspot?
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Nah, it isn't going to erupt while dangerously geo effective and it isn't that complex or large.
 Quoting: Anonynous astrophysicist, 1397298


It may not be accurate but it does have a certain ring to it.
Doomspot! I like it.
hf
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Re: Sunspot as big as Jupiter com in' round the bend
Also, that sunspot doesn't look as big as Jupiter. Several earths for sure, but it looks about half the diameter of Jupiter, assuming it's circular.
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i was hoping someone within 5 pages would have noticed. its definitely the biggest i've seen over the past few years, but according to the initial picture, its maybe only 1/3 the size of Jupiter, unless thats just the edge of the sunspot coming around.
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Largest sunspot ever recorded

1947 Sunspot
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