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Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.9 Tonga*5.7 Chile*5.2 Greece*5.1 Alaska*5.1 South Shetland Islands*5.1 China*5.0 Indonesia ~ Pg 14363

 
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Magnitude 5.4
Region SOUTHWESTERN RYUKYU ISL., JAPAN

Date time 2014-01-08 18:15:12.0 UTC
Location 24.59 N ; 123.45 E
Depth 80 km
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SpaceWeatherLive - Sunspot region analysis

January 8, 2014 - 17:00 UTC

Region 1944 is still the biggest region on the visible solar disk but showed signs of decay within the region. Several spots are shrinking, there is also penumbral area that faded away, multiple spots that faded. This is not a good sign for future solar flares. However, there are still three delta spots in the region so a strong flare is still possible but if the region decays more, the chances are declining.


If a strong flare occurs it will probably be just like the M4 flare and the X1.2 flare. With that we mean that an instability in 1944 would cause the magnetic surrounding fields to destabilize and produce a coinciding flare. With the M4 it was an interaction with 1946 and the X1.2 with the spotless region 1943. 1944 has a lot of magnetic loops with these two regions so if a destabilization occurs, a flare would occur somewhere between these two regions.


A major flare is still a possibility. There is some friction in the central part with some magnetic loops close together that can destabilize the region. But if the region decays further or loses it's delta spots, the chances would become lower. [link to www.spaceweatherlive.com]
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Thanks for the up-dates!
Keeping an eye on your thread. Thanks for the
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Bump for interest
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SpaceWeatherLive - Sunspot region analysis

January 8, 2014 - 17:00 UTC

Region 1944 is still the biggest region on the visible solar disk but showed signs of decay within the region. Several spots are shrinking, there is also penumbral area that faded away, multiple spots that faded. This is not a good sign for future solar flares. However, there are still three delta spots in the region so a strong flare is still possible but if the region decays more, the chances are declining.


If a strong flare occurs it will probably be just like the M4 flare and the X1.2 flare. With that we mean that an instability in 1944 would cause the magnetic surrounding fields to destabilize and produce a coinciding flare. With the M4 it was an interaction with 1946 and the X1.2 with the spotless region 1943. 1944 has a lot of magnetic loops with these two regions so if a destabilization occurs, a flare would occur somewhere between these two regions.


A major flare is still a possibility. There is some friction in the central part with some magnetic loops close together that can destabilize the region. But if the region decays further or loses it's delta spots, the chances would become lower. [link to www.spaceweatherlive.com]
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Magnitude 3.4
Region SWITZERLAND
Date time 2014-01-08 18:27:46.0 UTC
Location 47.11 N ; 7.06 E
Depth 2 km
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Magnitude 3.2
Region SWITZERLAND
Date time 2014-01-08 18:12:24.0 UTC
Location 47.12 N ; 7.02 E
Depth 5 km
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Magnitude 3.8
Region OFFSHORE TARAPACA, CHILE
Date time 2014-01-08 18:11:52.0 UTC
Location 20.64 S ; 70.54 W
Depth 31 km
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Magnitude 3.4
Region CRETE, GREECE
Date time 2014-01-08 18:06:01.8 UTC
Location 35.31 N ; 23.63 E
Depth 2 km
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Re: Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.9 Tonga*5.7 Chile*5.2 Greece*5.1 Alaska*5.1 South Shetland Islands*5.1 China*5.0 Indonesia ~ Pg 14363
What time is the expected plasma cloud (CME) predicted to arrive? Will I see the aurora?

Those are questions many sky watchers are asking. The timing of the arrival, your location, and local weather conditions, will determine if you have a chance to witness the aurora. Those located high enough in latitude, above 50 degrees magnetic latitude (northern tier USA, Canada, Alaska, Northern UK, Scotland, Scandinavia) will be in the best location. At least partially clear skies and an impact to our geomagnetic field as predicted while it is still dark outside will be crucial.

Both CME prediction models released by NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center, and NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center have been brought up to date with the latest tracking.

The NASA/Goddard model is calling for an impact at 06:00 UTC (12:00 am EST).

The NOAA/SWPC model is calling for an impact at 08:00 UTC (03:00 am EST).

These times are all estimated based on CME speed analysis and can be off by several hours on either side.

The latest report by the Solar Influences Data Center (SIDC) in Belgium, based on a interplanetary shock speed of near 1900 km/s, is predicting an arrival time between 02:00 UTC (09:00 pm EST) and 07:00 UTC (02:00 am EST).

Summarizing the above timing, it is looking like a overnight impact (very early morning) on January 9th for the eastern parts of North America, late night impact for those located out west, and predawn impact for anyone located in the northern UK or Scandinavia.

There is no guarantee with any CME impact, and tracking models are data based and subject to error, therefore strong G3 level storming is a best case scenario. With a little luck, and good timing, we might just witness the aurora.

For information on understanding your geomagnetic latitude, geomagnetic storm levels, and capturing the aurora, please visit the following links.

[link to www.solarham.net]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Thread: Remarkable coastal change from the recent UK storms!!!
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Australia's heatwave blamed for causing 100,000 bats to drop from the sky - @Telegraph
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About 100,000 bats may have died as a result of last weekend's heatwave in southern Queensland, the RSPCA says.

Mass deaths at about 25 separate colonies have been reported since the weekend, including at Mt Ommaney, Redbank, Boonah, Palmwoods, Laidley and Gatton.

RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty says the heatwave was a significant hit to the population of bats across the state.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

Why dead bats are falling from the sky in Queensland


IT'S like we're living in one of Alfred Hitchcock's terrifying thought bubbles.

Bats are falling to the ground and dying all around us. The trees are littered with the creatures, some of whom are still clinging to branches long after they stopped clinging to life.

[link to www.news.com.au]
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Re: Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.9 Tonga*5.7 Chile*5.2 Greece*5.1 Alaska*5.1 South Shetland Islands*5.1 China*5.0 Indonesia ~ Pg 14363
What time is the expected plasma cloud (CME) predicted to arrive? Will I see the aurora?

Those are questions many sky watchers are asking. The timing of the arrival, your location, and local weather conditions, will determine if you have a chance to witness the aurora. Those located high enough in latitude, above 50 degrees magnetic latitude (northern tier USA, Canada, Alaska, Northern UK, Scotland, Scandinavia) will be in the best location. At least partially clear skies and an impact to our geomagnetic field as predicted while it is still dark outside will be crucial.

Both CME prediction models released by NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center, and NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center have been brought up to date with the latest tracking.

The NASA/Goddard model is calling for an impact at 06:00 UTC (12:00 am EST).

The NOAA/SWPC model is calling for an impact at 08:00 UTC (03:00 am EST).

These times are all estimated based on CME speed analysis and can be off by several hours on either side.

The latest report by the Solar Influences Data Center (SIDC) in Belgium, based on a interplanetary shock speed of near 1900 km/s, is predicting an arrival time between 02:00 UTC (09:00 pm EST) and 07:00 UTC (02:00 am EST).

Summarizing the above timing, it is looking like a overnight impact (very early morning) on January 9th for the eastern parts of North America, late night impact for those located out west, and predawn impact for anyone located in the northern UK or Scandinavia.

There is no guarantee with any CME impact, and tracking models are data based and subject to error, therefore strong G3 level storming is a best case scenario. With a little luck, and good timing, we might just witness the aurora.

For information on understanding your geomagnetic latitude, geomagnetic storm levels, and capturing the aurora, please visit the following links.

[link to www.solarham.net]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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About 100,000 bats may have died as a result of last weekend's heatwave in southern Queensland, the RSPCA says.

Mass deaths at about 25 separate colonies have been reported since the weekend, including at Mt Ommaney, Redbank, Boonah, Palmwoods, Laidley and Gatton.

RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty says the heatwave was a significant hit to the population of bats across the state.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

Why dead bats are falling from the sky in Queensland


IT'S like we're living in one of Alfred Hitchcock's terrifying thought bubbles.

Bats are falling to the ground and dying all around us. The trees are littered with the creatures, some of whom are still clinging to branches long after they stopped clinging to life.

[link to www.news.com.au]
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wtf
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Magnitude 4.8
Region NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Date time 2014-01-08 18:57:34.0 UTC
Location 36.93 N ; 140.52 E
Depth 14 km
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Magnitude 3.9
Region OFFSHORE TARAPACA, CHILE
Date time 2014-01-08 20:35:36.0 UTC
Location 20.73 S ; 70.59 W
Depth 32 km
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Magnitude 2.8
Region BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
Date time 2014-01-08 20:39:54.0 UTC
Location 32.63 N ; 115.73 W
Depth 8 km
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Re: Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.9 Tonga*5.7 Chile*5.2 Greece*5.1 Alaska*5.1 South Shetland Islands*5.1 China*5.0 Indonesia ~ Pg 14363
Missed this one from 3 hours ago

Magnitude 4.5
Region NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
Date time 2014-01-08 17:42:28.0 UTC
Location 33.86 N ; 38.74 W
Depth 10 km
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Thanks again, Simple27, for keeping us updated.

I don't always post, I do check in every day. hf
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Thanks again, Simple27, for keeping us updated.

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Magnitude 3.1
Region MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
Date time 2014-01-08 21:08:59.0 UTC
Location 32.68 S ; 69.97 W
Depth 93 km
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Magnitude 4.1
Region ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE
Date time 2014-01-08 21:59:12.0 UTC
Location 23.32 S ; 67.20 W
Depth 235 km
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Magnitude 4.8
Region MOLUCCA SEA
Date time 2014-01-08 22:06:03.0 UTC
Location 1.52 N ; 126.48 E
Depth 40 km
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Magnitude 4.6
Region LAKE TANGANYIKA REGION, TANZANIA
Date time 2014-01-08 22:07:30.0 UTC
Location 6.53 S ; 31.06 E
Depth 2 km
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Magnitude 4.7
Region MOLUCCA SEA
Date time 2014-01-08 22:29:10.0 UTC
Location 1.47 N ; 126.50 E
Depth 38 km
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Magnitude 4.4
Region PAKISTAN
Date time 2014-01-08 23:48:23.0 UTC
Location 27.52 N ; 66.00 E
Depth 20 km
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This thread is Awesome.. Thank you all for the knowledge and updates!!
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