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10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
BIG SUNSPOT: A very large sunspot is emerging over the sun's eastern limb. Numbered AR1654, it consists of two dark cores each 4 or more times wider than Earth.

We will know more about AR1654's flare-producing potential in the days ahead as the sunspot turns toward Earth.

TODAY:
FLARE 0-24 hr 24-48 hr
CLASS M 35 % 35 %
CLASS X 05 % 05 %



[link to spaceweather.com]
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
This massive sunspot should be entirely earth facing in a couple of days. in the mean time we will learn more about it's potential and watch to see if it grows etc...

2013 = exciting times on the sun.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.

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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
I'm sure most of you are well aware of the Carrington event, but here's some info anyway:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
I am more worried about AR1666 hiding
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions

here is the latest image of this huge sunspot region
monstersunspot4

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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions
 Quoting: NiNzrez


So it is just one sunspot... Seems to me like it may be bigger then the Carrington events sunspot in that case.

I read it only took 17 hours for the CME to reach earth after TCE... Wouldn't leave much of a window to get prepared...
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Ok.

This sunspot is starting to get my attention ........

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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions

here is the latest image of this huge sunspot region
:monstersunspot4:
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions
 Quoting: NiNzrez


So it is just one sunspot... Seems to me like it may be bigger then the Carrington events sunspot in that case.

I read it only took 17 hours for the CME to reach earth after TCE... Wouldn't leave much of a window to get prepared...
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so true. because this has a very large leading as well as a very large traling spot, this new regions is one tha we need to watch very close over the next 10 days as it rotates across the Earth facing side of the sun
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions

here is the latest image of this huge sunspot region
monstersunspot4
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Hey, Sun Goddess. How ya feeling?
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doing alright these days :) thanks!
hope the same for you
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Region 1654 is the largest region on the
disk however due to the regions location, magnetic classification is
still difficult to properly assess. As Region 1654 rotates further into
view and more imagery becomes available, a better understanding and
analysis of this region will be possible.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions
 Quoting: NiNzrez


So it is just one sunspot... Seems to me like it may be bigger then the Carrington events sunspot in that case.

I read it only took 17 hours for the CME to reach earth after TCE... Wouldn't leave much of a window to get prepared...
 Quoting: CalmShock


so true. because this has a very large leading as well as a very large traling spot, this new regions is one tha we need to watch very close over the next 10 days as it rotates across the Earth facing side of the sun
 Quoting: NiNzrez


Haven't been keeping up on my solar research as much... When should we get an idea of the magnetic configuration? Or do we already have that info?

Good to see ya still here btw, reason amongst insanity ;)


edit... you beat me to it...posted just a second too late

Last Edited by CalmShock on 01/09/2013 08:18 AM
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
What scares me is the LACK of Sun spots when we are supposed to be in the peak of Sun's activity.
According to some "highly trained" observers we were supposed to be fried by now.
Be more worried about nukes flying to Iran!
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
this spot will grow bigger and bigger , and soon the sun will be black, then we will have 3 days of darkness , DOOM ON.

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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
everyone was talking yesterday about this being 2 sunspots
Nice to see they are calling it like many of us did here, and have it as one huge sunspot
not 2 seperate regions
 Quoting: NiNzrez


So it is just one sunspot... Seems to me like it may be bigger then the Carrington events sunspot in that case.

I read it only took 17 hours for the CME to reach earth after TCE... Wouldn't leave much of a window to get prepared...
 Quoting: CalmShock


Generally it takes 3-4 days for them to get here however during the carrington event the big flare had the way paved by a smaller flare, moving all solar wind out of the way for the next flare, allowing it to arrive here very shortly.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
this spot will grow bigger and bigger , and soon the sun will be black, then we will have 3 days of darkness , DOOM ON.

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Even if there were 5 more spots they probably would equal less than 1% of the sun, and I highly doubt it would dim the sun enough for them to be visible to the naked eye.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
I don't think these sunspots are anything to worry about.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


DuH!! because hes a 153 years old and he made that drawing and kept it all these years, he had an encounter with john coffe , so who knows how much longer he will live for.
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Better call the lollypop guild..5a
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Yeah... And would you believe the Mayans figured out where the center of our galaxy was, WITHOUT a telescope?

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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Here's is what the sunspot from the Carrington event looked like...

[link to www.google.com]

Now if you look at the lines of lat and lon then take a look at this...

[link to www.google.com]

You get an idea of just how big that sunspot was on the sun...

1654 and what will likely be named 1655, are just about that same size.

For those of you that aren't aware of the Carrington event, basically if we were hit with a CME of that magnitude, it would wipe out the power grid and can even have effects on human life such as increased risk of stroke or heart attacks.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
 Quoting: aliensbro


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keep us posted thanks
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Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Yeah... And would you believe the Mayans figured out where the center of our galaxy was, WITHOUT a telescope?

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 Quoting: CalmShock


Pfft absolutely as anyone can do the same, a telescope wouldn't have helped them see the center of our galaxy anyway. To draw a sunspot you have to physically see it's characteristics not use mathematical equations to figure out how big the galaxy was, and divide that in half to find its center.
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Curious as to how you know what the sunspot looked like in 1859?
 Quoting: aliensbro


I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
 Quoting: aliensbro


^..Some people are so fucking thick and have no idea about scientific history..^

Go back to TV Retard!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31764201


You can see sunspots with a telescope, you can not see their exact size shape and characteristics with enough detail to even try to describe the actual shape of it, let alone draw it. Lmao. You people are out of your minds.
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
ARrrrr.. gotta keep an eye on this one.
He got an eye on us² now.
Gotta stare him right in the eye, who blinks last, wins.


BIG SUNSPOT:AR1654
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Re: 10 Earth facing sunspots, but one (AR1654) is something to keep your eye on.
Sorry but i can count 2 sun spots here.

[link to spaceweather.com]

This is exactly the same as the post yesterday.

Thread: Not one but two HUGE SUNSPOTS

Just sayin...
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I remote viewed it.

Then I used Google and found the image Richard Carrington sketched himself.

From what I saw, he was pretty close.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Lol I hope your being sarcastic. To assume someone could produce an accurate drawing of a sunspot with a telescope is ridiculous.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Yeah... And would you believe the Mayans figured out where the center of our galaxy was, WITHOUT a telescope?

conspiracy
 Quoting: CalmShock


Pfft absolutely as anyone can do the same, a telescope wouldn't have helped them see the center of our galaxy anyway. To draw a sunspot you have to physically see it's characteristics not use mathematical equations to figure out how big the galaxy was, and divide that in half to find its center.
 Quoting: aliensbro


:BDK:

Here you go wise ass

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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