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THE SUN ACTING WEIRD, please have a look at photos and EXPLAIN (loaded with sunspots on far side)

 
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Hi !

You probably know an instrument fitted on soho called MDI can compute magnetic images of the far side of the sun. ( [link to www.universetoday.com] )
please take a look at this latest far-side image of the sun : [link to soi.stanford.edu]

full data/picture set here : [link to soi.stanford.edu]

The light blue field is the earth faced side of the sun, you can see a darker blue blob, that´s sunspot 1012 which produced a B4 flare today.
It´s the only magnetic disturbance on "our" side of the sun as we speak as you can see on : [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

Now, holy mother of all things, what the fuck is happening on the far side of the sun ???????
I mean the area in the middle where all hell seems to break loose, what is going on ???? wtf

I scrolled through the archives, this never happened before. 3 weeks ago all this started !
Theres gotta be an explanation !!!

a surreal scene, i can´t imagine the sunspots being so accurately cut-off from side to side ?!?


sorry for my bad english and me freaking -.- explain and i will calm *lol* hf
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It's always been an electric sun.
See ya.
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want to add Thread: Holy Shit! LOOK at the Magnetosphere!! (Page 18) as a reference as it has information regarding this topic inside.

also i just contacted the owner of [link to www.solarcycle24.com] about it... let´s see what hes gotta say.
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thread link above bad, sorry, Thread: Holy Shit! LOOK at the Magnetosphere!! (Page 18) contains information regarding this topic.
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Interesting. Also interesting is that as I was reading your post, OP...the old Beatles song "but tomorrow may rain, so I'll follow the sun" popped into mind. Hmmmmm.


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Thanks for posting this, I can't explain it, but it looks like something extraordinary is going on!
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Now, holy mother of all things, what the fuck is happening on the far side of the sun ???????
 Quoting: LOOOOOK!!!!! 434185


Planet X.
What I knew as tangible and real was nothing more than a flimsy, thin sheet of a reality.
I come to know that the real "me" is a supersoul that is my true reality that resides in the spirit world.
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its the sound of shit hitting the fan. its more subtle than you would think.
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It's always been an electric sun.
 Quoting: Raz


I think you mean eclectic.

< Avatar == Intellect...
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i found out how soho-mdi is able to compute this image (i thought it´s maybe a faulty image). seems pretty solid.

How exactly does one observe oscillations on the surface of the Sun? By measuring the Doppler shift of light coming from a given location on the Sun’s surface using specially designed spectrometers, astronomers can tell whether that spot is moving inward or outward, and at what rate. This data can be used to create computer models that graphically depict the waves on the surface. And this information, in turn, reveals what’s going on under the surface of the Sun. Some people liken helioseismology to a sonogram: using sound waves to “see” inside a body—in this case, a celestial body. In the case of the Sun, the vibrations are affected by temperature, density, and convection, meaning that by studying the patterns of sound waves, astronomers can create surprisingly detailed, dynamic maps of the interior of the Sun—not just its surface.
(quote from : [link to itotd.com] )

this .pdf also explains some : [link to www.chabotspace.org]

it seems to be solid magnetic disturbances we have on the farside wtf
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Just posted this earlier today:

I just installed the program stellarium from the link. According to this Jupiter is NOT behind the sun right now. [link to www.stellarium.org]

Some more links i use for research, all found on glp:

As can be seen from these links the sun on the near/earth-side is quiet:
* Solarcycle24: [link to www.solarcycle24.com]
* SIDC - Solar influences data analysis center: [link to sidc.oma.be]
* Current Solar Data (from NOAA): [link to www.n3kl.org]
* Soho: [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
* Stereo Science Center: [link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
* ACE, real time solar wind: [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
* Blog for Gamma Ray Bursts: [link to grblog.org]

Yet on this link can be seen earth gets hit by magnetic blasts regularly lately:
* Real-time magnetosphere simulation system. : [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
* Chandra is designed to observe X-rays from high-energy regions of the Universe: [link to chandra.harvard.edu]
* Solarsoft: [link to www.lmsal.com]

On this link can be seen the farside of the sun is highly active:
* NEW Magnetic maps of the WHOLE Sun: [link to soi.stanford.edu]
* Farside Images: [link to gong.nso.edu]

As to the why i read different theories, a magnastar, photon belt, the double supernova, Jupiter igniting, closing in on the galactic plane.

Wow! I live in interesting times. I hope you do too. :)
 Quoting: Darza
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It's Jupiter. Planet X is not in the alignment, levski, so not planet X.
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i must admit, as far fetched as a jupiter ignition might sound, the position of it would at least explain why the phenomenon is local or "farsided" on the sun.

however it´s unbelievable for me just now, i´ll better wait to let it come from behind the sun in some months than jump to speculation now.

any other ideas ?? -.-
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somebody noticed on the front page of [link to www.spaceweather.com]
on the left side in the middle there is far-side information ( a picture and text :"Far side of the Sun: This holographic image reveals no sunspots on the far side of the sun. Image credit: SOHO/MDI"

The picture is outdated from feb.6 2009, when you click on it it enlarges to a blank display of the sun *lol*

clicking on the "holographic image" link brings me to a mdi image from 2001 .... ROFL

HOW DELIBERATE ARE PEEPS OVER THERE ?

look´n´laugh :D
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02/13/2009 12:15 PM
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Influence of a charged cloud of dust and rock?
You are the CEO of your own wellness. You need to take back your health from the disease-care system
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Just the precursor to 2012 extinction-level CME's
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It's certainly been awhile since we've had any real measurable activity from the sun.
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From Archangel Michael - Ascension is Near update


Question: Is the second sun the planet that scientists have recently identified by the name of Eris?
No. The second sun is, unfortunately, associated with the nuclear ignition of Jupiter, which itself is triggered by the world to come.

Question: Could you describe more precisely this phenomenon?
It is hardly feasible to explain in words because those words will not show you the procedure. Again the ignition and the nuclearization of Jupiter is related to the awakening forces in your heart. You do not see that. The physical one is secondary, yet dramatic.


JUPITER IGNITION!!!!!!!


Thread: JUPITER IGNITION!!!!!!! (Page 13)


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We are in trouble. SOHO says CCD BAKEOUT. [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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We are in trouble. SOHO says CCD BAKEOUT. [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 599584

What is a SOHO/EIT CCD ‘bakeout’?

'Bakeout' is a procedure where the Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on board SOHO is taken offline in order to maintain the performance of the instrument.

If the images shown on ESA’s ‘The Sun now’ web page display the message 'CCD BAKEOUT', then this means EIT images are temporarily unavailable. In this case, there is nothing wrong with SOHO's EIT instrument. The images will resume within 2-3 weeks.

The EIT detector on SOHO is a ‘backside-thinned’ charge-coupled detector (CCD). This is similar to the CCDs in hand-held video cameras, but with better ‘readout noise’ (the ‘snow’ or ‘fuzz’ you see in your home videos when there is little available light). Thanks also to a manufacturing process called backside-thinning, it is senstitive to extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light.

To keep the ‘readout noise’ down (i.e. suppress the ‘snow’) and also to prevent cosmic ray hits from permanently damaging the detector, the EIT CCD is usually operated at a temperature of about -67 °C. This very low temperature is achieved by keeping the CCD chip in thermal contact with a titanium ‘cold finger’ that is attached to a radiator plate.

Just after launch, the EIT was warmed up, or ‘baked out’, to evaporate any potential vapours which could condense onto the CCD when it cools. Unfortunately, a small amount of ‘slush’, probably a mixture of water vapour and hydrocarbons, still exists inside the instrument.

The back end of the EIT telescope near the CCD is, unfortunately, the coldest and most difficult place for these vapours to escape from. At -67 °C, the slush condenses on the CCD and absorbs some of the EUV light, and so reduces the throughput of the instrument.

Over time, many types of CCDs are degraded by contamination of heavy ions from cosmic or solar radiation, deposits and polymerisation of deposits on the surface and, finally, trapped electrical charges. These forms of degradation also reduce the sensitivity of the detector.

Fortunately, some of these effects can be reduced by warming up, or ‘baking out’, the CCD over an extended period. By raising the CCD temperature to approximately 16 °C, the slush evaporates from the detector (if only temporarily) and electron traps in the CCD material are removed, restoring the sensitivity of the detector.

Bakeouts are scheduled during periods when data loss is expected, for example during telemetry ‘keyholes’ (periods when SOHO is in limited contact with Earth).
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OMG....the sun's acting in a way we don't understand :shock: Weird!!
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From Archangel Michael - Ascension is Near update


Question: Is the second sun the planet that scientists have recently identified by the name of Eris?
No. The second sun is, unfortunately, associated with the nuclear ignition of Jupiter, which itself is triggered by the world to come.

Question: Could you describe more precisely this phenomenon?
It is hardly feasible to explain in words because those words will not show you the procedure. Again the ignition and the nuclearization of Jupiter is related to the awakening forces in your heart. You do not see that. The physical one is secondary, yet dramatic.


JUPITER IGNITION!!!!!!!


Thread: JUPITER IGNITION!!!!!!! (Page 13)


[link to groups.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: urantian 612894


So, Urantian, do you think this is a natural occurrence with Jupiter?

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