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Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...

 
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02/04/2009 02:25 AM
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Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
Buried beneath the statue, the answer hides
Enduring throughout the ages the transmitter lies
Once the chambers open the signal will be sent
To another world... far beyond the stars

Don't open 'til doomsday
Destruction's not far away
Don't open 'til doomsday
You might not like what you find

We were warned of this coming so long ago
Immortal secrets... man shouldn't know
Entering a realm where we just don't belong
We called them and they're coming


Don't open 'til doomsday
Destruction's not far away
Don't open 'til doomsday
You might not like what you find inside
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02/04/2009 02:29 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
I'm surprised we're still alive!
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02/04/2009 04:38 AM
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?
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I just saw it started on the end of yesterdays vid: [link to www3.nict.go.jp]
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?

I just saw it started on the end of yesterdays vid: [link to www3.nict.go.jp]
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hmmm... its been going on for long then right? its STILL gettin hammered hard as we speak. i THOUGHT these usually happen, and thats it. this seems to be persisting.. relatively.

ether sumtins goin on else this behaviour is normal and since im just noticing it lately, it might be notin out of the ordinary?

i didnt search much but didnt find anything giving clues to this occurance... yet
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I do not know what is the cause, maybe they are even multiple. I am however on the lookout for the impact of the energies of the double supernova Nasa announced last may 14th, the cosmic sonic boom. :)
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02/04/2009 05:15 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
may? it takes SO long to get here?

dont wanna be alarmist or anytin but that magnetospheres gettin hit REAL HARD eh....

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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02/04/2009 05:21 AM
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[link to www.nict.go.jp]

no idea what it means but the ionosphere indicator is set at Warning.
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02/04/2009 05:23 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
Is this the reason why i saw 33 proton density yesterday on spaceweather.com?

And it is still unusually high at the moment of writing i can see 18.2 protons cm³.

I posted a thread yesterday but nobody could give me additional information.

I just understood that it could be due to a black hole spewing radiation or some pulsar out there or even a star that exploded.

So if i'm getting it right this surge in radiation is due to a gamma ray burst rather than a collapsing magnetic field?

Aim i right this time?

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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
Is this the reason why i saw 33 proton density yesterday on spaceweather.com?

And it is still unusually high at the moment of writing i can see 18.2 protons cm³.

I posted a thread yesterday but nobody could give me additional information.

I just understood that it could be due to a black hole spewing radiation or some pulsar out there or even a star that exploded.

So if i'm getting it right this surge in radiation is due to a gamma ray burst rather than a collapsing magnetic field?

Aim i right this time?

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dunno tbh but it makes sense.. it aint from the sun imho. and correct me if im wrong but i repeat, its been intense white for a long time now eh.. check history.
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02/04/2009 05:27 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
Intence.
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Intence.
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no its intense silly :P
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
may? it takes SO long to get here?

dont wanna be alarmist or anytin but that magnetospheres gettin hit REAL HARD eh....

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 520404

Light travels fastest, other radiation will arrive later.

Here is an old post on the double supernova:

Dubbele supernova!

I am awaiting/observing the impact of the energies reaching earth from this DOUBLE supernova. According to my info the changes from this cosmic sonic boom started last october 30th.

Chandra Uncovers Youngest Supernova in Our Galaxy

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By examining a cloud of exploded remains, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has "carded" a supernova remnant to reveal its underage status. At a mere 140 years old, G1.9+0.3 is the youngest known supernova remnant in the Milky Way. The materials surrounding it are still expanding at almost 35 million miles per hour, an unprecedented speed for a supernova remnant.

Chandra Uncovers Youngest Supernova in Our Galaxy
05.14.08
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The most recent supernova in our galaxy has been discovered by tracking the rapid expansion of its remains. This result, using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array, will help improve our understanding of how often supernovae explode in the Milky Way galaxy.

The supernova explosion occurred about 140 years ago, making it the most recent in the Milky Way. Previously, the last known supernova in our galaxy occurred around 1680, an estimate based on the expansion of its remnant, Cassiopeia A.

Finding such a recent, obscured supernova is a first step in making a better estimate of how often the stellar explosions occur. This is important because supernovae heat and redistribute large amounts of gas, and pump heavy elements out into their surroundings. They can trigger the formation of new stars as part of a cycle of stellar death and rebirth. The explosion also can leave behind, in addition to the expanding remnant, a central neutron star or black hole.

The recent supernova explosion was not seen with optical telescopes because it occurred close to the center of the galaxy and is embedded in a dense field of gas and dust. This made the object about a trillion times fainter, in optical light, than an unobscured supernova. However, the remnant it caused can be seen by X-ray and radio telescopes.

"We can see some supernova explosions with optical telescopes across half of the universe, but when they're in this murk we can miss them in our own cosmic backyard," said Stephen Reynolds of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, who led the Chandra study. "Fortunately, the expanding gas cloud from the explosion shines brightly in radio waves and X-rays for thousands of years. X-ray and radio telescopes can see through all that obscuration and show us what we've been missing."

Astronomers regularly observe supernovae in other galaxies like ours. Based on those observations, researchers estimate about three explode every century in the Milky Way.

"If the supernova rate estimates are correct, there should be the remnants of about 10 supernova explosions that are younger than Cassiopeia A," said David Green of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, who led the Very Large Array study. "It's great to finally track one of them down."

The tracking of this object began in 1985, when astronomers, led by Green, used the Very Large Array to identify the remnant of a supernova explosion near the center of our galaxy. Based on its small size, it was thought to have resulted from a supernova that exploded about 400 to 1000 years ago.

Twenty-two years later, Chandra observations revealed the remnant had expanded by a surprisingly large amount, about 16 percent, since 1985. This indicates the supernova remnant is much younger than previously thought.

That young age was confirmed in recent weeks when the Very Large Array made new radio observations. This comparison of data pinpoints the age of the remnant at 140 years - possibly less if it has been slowing down - making it the youngest on record in the Milky Way.

Besides being the record holder for youngest supernova, the object is of considerable interest for other reasons. The high expansion velocities and extreme particle energies that have been generated are unprecedented and should stimulate deeper studies of the object with Chandra and the Very Large Array.

"No other object in the galaxy has properties like this," Reynolds said. "This find is extremely important for learning more about how some stars explode and what happens in the aftermath."

These results are scheduled to appear in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Chandra program for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory controls Chandra's science and flight operations from the Chandra X-ray Center in Cambridge, Mass.

Additional information and images are available at:

[link to chandra.harvard.edu]
[link to www.nasa.gov]
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
may? it takes SO long to get here?

dont wanna be alarmist or anytin but that magnetospheres gettin hit REAL HARD eh....

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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Wow, that's harder than I've ever seen it. Too bad I don't know anything about what I'm looking at, lol.
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
may? it takes SO long to get here?

dont wanna be alarmist or anytin but that magnetospheres gettin hit REAL HARD eh....

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]



Wow, that's harder than I've ever seen it. Too bad I don't know anything about what I'm looking at, lol.
 Quoting: canislatrans

Hi Canis, here is a page with vids. I find the pressure thingy beautiful, it is like a dance. :)

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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02/04/2009 05:58 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
Wow, maybe there are several causes for this. I think that the alignment with the Milky Way may also be contributing. Maybe this has something to do with the Serpent Rope the Mayans said would be emerging from the MW. William Henry, who calls himself an investigative mythologist, has information about this in his books and lectures. I listen to them on youtube they are interesting.
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02/04/2009 07:25 AM
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bump


looks to be an exciting day!
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02/04/2009 09:20 AM
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02/04/2009 09:22 AM
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Gamma Ray Burst

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]
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02/04/2009 09:23 AM
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MASK/LIE is coming off this place..
IMAGE/REFLECTION is FADING AWAY...

END of program..AGAIN..

TRUTH is coming out of the closet so to speak..
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02/04/2009 10:39 AM
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02/04/2009 10:45 AM
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that hit hard but the shield its very powerfull


and i check gama burt and we have more than 1 last week

maybe
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02/04/2009 10:49 AM
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
The particle density is very high, but velocity is low. Interesting to say the least. Wish there was just one smart person on here that could explain how this works, and what the implications are.
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last gamma ray

The burst had a duration of ~ 110 seconds amd a multipeaked structure. Earth limb constraint prevented Swift from slewing immediately to the burst. As a result, no prompt data is available from the XRT/UVOT.
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02/04/2009 10:51 AM
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I hate it when we get these big bursts. People seem to be grumpier, tired, and not feeling as well. Not to mention the havoc it seems to reek on electronics, earthquakes, and the weather.
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
we receive magnetic storm and dont have any implication the shield stop all

the only thing we can see is beautiful aurora

maybe its the same magnetar that shooting at us again




The particle density is very high, but velocity is low. Interesting to say the least. Wish there was just one smart person on here that could explain how this works, and what the implications are.
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?
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The magnetosphere is our prison wall ,this evil AI must go down for our freedom and peace. Pass the word along this is time to rejoice and be aware of it to destroy this false reality.
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Re: Magnetosphere gettin pummelled again...
[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?


The magnetosphere is our prison wall ,this evil AI must go down for our freedom and peace. Pass the word along this is time to rejoice and be aware of it to destroy this false reality.
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im not sure what ure implying =/ not like the magnetosphere is sumtin man made... evil.. wrong.
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[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

anyone can shed some light as to why? solar flares, cme, grb, unknown sources... ?


The magnetosphere is our prison wall ,this evil AI must go down for our freedom and peace. Pass the word along this is time to rejoice and be aware of it to destroy this false reality.



im not sure what ure implying =/ not like the magnetosphere is sumtin man made... evil.. wrong.
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this is not man made but manipulating and using us.
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How is it looking today?
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