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Could Dr. Astro or sombody else please explain wat this is, it's huge.

 
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i am actually starting to wonder if this is related to the carol rosin suggestions....surely no-one would actually take the staged alien invasion seriously at this point??

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justanothergranny, thanks and you're welcome. It's getting more busy know up there, lot of pings. Busy for me too, responding here, uploading,etc. But I don't mind and try the best I can.
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This one is for the religous people here, a fiery cross?

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Just joking.
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magnetic reversal; solar wind; relative safety of earth's own atmosphere...

also, [i would like to suggest] about the graphic output reports used as meteor detection--the signal is painting ionizing particles, not a solid object, right?
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According to this page, you're right.

[link to www.meteorscan.com]

And here is the text from that page.

When a meteor strikes Earth’s atmosphere it decelerates rapidly. The friction created by the air causes the meteor to burn up at extremely high temperatures creating the white “shooting star” that we are all familiar with. This process also ionises the air along the trail making it possible to reflect radio waves.




Utilising a high powered VHF radar signal sent into the sky, we are able to detect reflected waves from these ionisation trails. Because the meteor is moving, the reflected signal is shifted in frequency from the original, by an amount according to it’s speed. This shift is also heard as an audible ping by the station operator.




Our system translates the reflected wave into three main parameters - Amplitude (strength), Frequency shift (Doppler shift) and decay time. This allows us to determine the relative size of the meteor strike (vertical scale) and the relative approximate speed and deceleration (amount of shift and width of the trace).




You can see the output from our system above in real time (approximately 1 minute delay on the Internet). During a meteor shower this trace will be full of strike traces, but it is also surprising how many meteors are striking Earth’s atmosphere all of the time.

But I don't know if that same system could also detect solarwind, flares or CME's

Greetings Fred Wijkstra
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thanks, Fred, great thread :)
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Very big one this time.

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It's starting getting weird again.

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EOS, thanks yo're welcome.
hf

Here another one.

[link to i1274.photobucket.com]

Greetings Fred Flintstone
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The Klendathu are certainly busy lately.
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When I checked the Meteor Detection Grid this morning, the Tamworth grap shows some weird pictures. It goes on for several minutes now.

[link to www.merriott-astro.co.uk]

What is going on up there?

Greetings Fred Flintstone
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Is this live or just a picture? If its live look at it now!
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And another.

[link to i1274.photobucket.com]

Also on those other graphs lots of incoming, also the soundstream has a lot of peeps, long en loud ones as well.
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This one on the Merriot graph about the same time.

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These two at the same time.

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Keneh it's almost live, about 1 minute delay. The soundstream is almost realtime.

greetings Fred Flintstone
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So it's a little more quiet now. Things went so fast the last couple of minutes, I almost could not keep up.
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Fred, or anyone, can you always hear that "heartbeat" in the noise??
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Fred, or anyone, can you always hear that "heartbeat" in the noise??
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Yes I hear it now, put it over the speakers, my LCD Tv doen,t have that good sound and I had only so loud that I could here the pings.

Greetings Fred Flintstone
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Fred, or anyone, can you always hear that "heartbeat" in the noise??
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um, im no expert on anything you guys are talking about...but this thread has significance. Weren't those pictures you are posting going ballistic like they are here when the russia meteor hit?
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I don't know if that "Heartbeat" was always there. First time I here it now. nice dance beat about 120 BPM, just guessing.
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Fred, or anyone, can you always hear that "heartbeat" in the noise??
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um, im no expert on anything you guys are talking about...but this thread has significance. Weren't those pictures you are posting going ballistic like they are here when the russia meteor hit?
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I was only checking after that it hapened so I don't have any pictures of that moment.

Greetings Fred Flintstone
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well, i cannot help but think this is related to solar energy, and the news on spaceweather.com is that we have some very significant weather today:

M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: New sunspot AR1675 has just unleashed the most intense flare of the year so far, an M1.9-class explosion at 1550 UT on Feb. 17th. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a double-flash of extreme UV radiation from the explosion

[see the site for pic]

wow, yes that sound is continuous and unrelenting with some whistles and squeaks now and then, and the heartbeat is easily heard if you wear headphones, but i'm getting a headache from trying to follow it in headphones (NOT recommended!)
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biggie coming, you heard that?
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And here it is.

[link to i1274.photobucket.com]
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yea during the russia meteor there was someone posting pictures that looked just like yours but not as intense. Which has me worried, combine that with the 3 5.0 eq's in solomon island today...idk what to expect.

Great thread though
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well, i cannot help but think this is related to solar energy, and the news on spaceweather.com is that we have some very significant weather today:

M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: New sunspot AR1675 has just unleashed the most intense flare of the year so far, an M1.9-class explosion at 1550 UT on Feb. 17th. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a double-flash of extreme UV radiation from the explosion

[see the site for pic]

wow, yes that sound is continuous and unrelenting with some whistles and squeaks now and then, and the heartbeat is easily heard if you wear headphones, but i'm getting a headache from trying to follow it in headphones (NOT recommended!)
 Quoting: eos


Hahaha, yeah that noisy sound starts freaking me out as well, makes me want to pee also , just joking. The beat I don't mind, but I don't hear it now, turned the speakers of of my stereo, now only listening via my TV.
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EOS, you could be right about that, but does it not always take some time to reach Earth? Solarwind seems to be slower then normal.

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