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    Post  Carol Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:35 pm

    GEOMAGNETIC STORM UPDATE: We're still waiting for the CME. Right now minor geomagnetic unrest is happening at Arctic latitudes. This is due to a crack that opened in Earth's magnetic field--a phenomenon unrelated to the incoming CME. So far the much-anticipated storm has not yet begun. Subscribers to our Space Weather Alert Service will receive a text message when the CME strikes.

    MODELLING THE CORONAL MASS EJECTION--UPDATED: NOAA forecasters have a sophisticated computer program called "WSA-ENLIL," which models the propagation of CMEs through interplanetary space. Here is the latest model for the CME now approaching Earth:

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    If these images confuse you, here is a labeled frame to help make sense of it.

    The computer model predicts that the CME will make first contact with our planet around 1800 UT on Oct. 30th. That time has already passed, so the CME must be moving more slowly than forecasters thought. A slower moving-CME could deliver a weaker blow, and thus a less intense storm.

    The model also predicts a sharp increase in solar wind speed (800 km/s) and a 5-fold jump in solar wind density in the CME's wake. Such conditions, if they materialize, could still fuel a potent storm despite the CME's tardy arrival.

    Our revised forecast calls for G2 or G3 conditions during the early hours of Oct. 31st. Happy Halloween!


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    Post  Carol Sat Nov 06, 2021 10:00 am


    https://youtu.be/gtxazWAgRUE
    Sun Erupts Again, Geomagnetic Storm, Climate War | S0 News Nov.1.2021

    MOSTLY QUIET: This weekend, the sun is taking a break from big explosions. Quiet conditions have returned to most of Earth's magnetosphere. The exception: Inside the Arctic Circle where elevated solar winds could spark auroras without a geomagnetic storm.

    HOWEVER: Solar wind speed: 546.4 km/sec


    https://youtu.be/C5-GPEmf60U

    AURORA SOUNDS' RECORDED DURING STRONG GEOMAGNETIC STORM: For centuries, Arctic sky watchers have occasionally reported strange sounds filling the air as Northern Lights danced overhead. Hisses, crackles, and even loud "claps" have been heard and recorded. Are they real? Evan Ludes of South Dakota is a believer. On Nov. 4th, he heard strange sounds after a Cannibal CME hit Earth's magnetic field, sparking a strong geomagnetic storm:

    "After pulling off the highway to observe the pulsing green aurora, I shut off my car engine and heard buzzing and chirping," says Ludes. "At first I thought the noise was being created by birds, which would have been very unusual for the middle of the night. Upon further investigation, the sound seemed to be emanating from nearby power lines or barbed wire fencing."

    Everyone's heard buzzing near power lines before, but in this case the sounds were modulated by events in the sky. "The noise seemed to be synced with quick pulses of auroral light," says Ludes. "It was bizarre."

    Aurora sounds are controversial. Despite innumerable reports over the years, researchers have struggled to explain the phenomenon and sometimes suggested that they might be imaginary. Recently, however, Prof. Emeritus Unto K. Laine of Finland's Aalto University has shown that at least some of the sounds are real. Using arrays of microphones in Finland, he has recorded instances of "geomagnetic thunder." The chirps Ludes recorded seem to be a different type of noise, but perhaps no less authentic.






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    Post  Carol Mon Nov 08, 2021 11:06 am

    INCOMING SOLAR WIND STREAM: A minor stream of solar wind is approaching Earth, and it could cause polar geomagnetic unrest when it arrives on Nov. 8th or 9th. The gaseous material is flowing from an equatorial hole in the sun's atmosphere. Auroras could appear around the Arctic Circle as the planetary K-index reaches a value of 3 or 4.


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    WHEN IS THE NEXT VENUS-MOON CONJUNCTION? Did you miss last night's Venus-Moon conjunction? If so, mark your calendar for Dec. 6th. Here's why:

    "What a beautiful sight!" says Gordon Garcia, who photographed the pair last night over Bartlett, Illinois.

    Next month's conjunction will be even better. On Dec. 6th the crescent Moon will be even closer to Venus, only a fraction of a degree away, and Venus will be a crescent, too! Like the Moon, Venus has phases, and during next month's conjunction the second planet will be only 23% illuminated. Wide-field telescopic images will reveal two crescents side by side.


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    Post  Carol Sat Nov 13, 2021 7:41 pm

    QUIET WITH A CHANCE OF FLARES: Solar activity is low. However, sunspot AR2894 has developed an unstable 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that could erupt this weekend. NOAA forecasters estimate a 5% chance of M-class flares during the next 24 hours. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text.

    MOLTEN MOON: On the coast of Taiwan, photographer Meiying Lee was watching the crescent Moon set on Nov 10th when a second Moon rose out of the waves to meet it. "It was a lovely inferior mirage," says Lee, who rapidly started taking pictures:


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    "The weather was good and the air was clear on Nov. 10th," says Lee. "This allowed me to see the Moon at very low elevation [as it sank into the waves of the Taiwan Straight]."

    The mirage began when the Moon passed behind a layer of warm air hovering just above the sea surface. This kind of temperature anomaly is common; during the day, the sun heats the water, and at night the water returns some heat to the air just above it. Refraction in the warm air layer produces a lower (or 'inferior') image of the Moon, which rises as the actual Moon sets.

    Lee took a closer look and found individual craters rising out of the waves:

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    "In this photo, Mare Crisium (Sea of Crises) and Mare Fecunditatis (Sea of Fertility) appear in the upright image and the inverted image," says Lee. "The lunar seas are connected together by the mirage."


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    Post  Carol Mon Nov 15, 2021 6:35 pm


    https://youtu.be/bpXEyfMyru0
    Almost Total Lunar Eclipse: November 19, 2021

    On November 19 (late evening of the 18th in some time zones), the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. At the moment of greatest eclipse, at around 9:03 a.m. Universal Time, 99.1%


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    Post  Carol Fri Nov 19, 2021 12:09 pm

    THE NEXT SOLAR WIND STREAM: Earth is exiting one solar wind stream. Another is on the way. Flowing from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere, the gaseous material is due to arrive on Nov 21-22. NOAA forecasters say that a corotating interaction region (CIR) traveling just ahead of the stream could spark geomagnetic activity and Arctic auroras on Nov. 20th. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text.

    LUNAR ECLIPSE: Last night, the full Moon spent 3 1/2 hours dipped in Earth's sunset-red shadow. Morris Yoder photographed the lunar eclipse from Montezuma, Georgia:


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    "A foggy mist gave the eclipse an ethereal glow!" says Yoder.

    Technically, this was only a partial eclipse. At maximum coverage (97%), a 0.8 arcminute slice of the Moon hung outside of Earth's shadow. That's why a crescent-shaped swath of Moon just above Tycho crater looks so bright in Yoder's photo; it was uneclipsed.

    The uneclipsed crescent was the highlight for Guillermo Abramson as he watched the event in morning twilight from Bariloche, Argentina:


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    "During the final stages with the Moon about to set behind the Andes and the sky so clear, it was phantasmagoric," says Abramson.


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    Post  Carol Tue Dec 07, 2021 8:13 pm

    FARSIDE SOLAR ACTIVITY CONTINUES: During the past 24 hours multiple CMEs have billowed over the sun's southwestern limb. This is a sign of continued activity from a farside sunspot group, which has been exploding quasi-continuously since Dec. 3rd. The Earthside of the sun, meanwhile, is very quiet. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text

    AN ALIGNMENT OF PLANETS: When the sun goes down tonight, go outside and look southwest. Venus, Saturn, Jupiter and the Moon are lined up in the twilight sky. Marko Posavec photographed them last night from Lake Šoderica in Croatia:


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    Post  Carol Sun Dec 19, 2021 3:31 pm


    The advice for closing windows and doors and staying inside, would fit the description of the plasma event which happens at northern pole and affects the whole world. But the warning with 7 trumpets will come first.

    ARCTIC AURORA WATCH: Earth is entering a region of dense, strongly magnetized solar wind. The encounter has opened a crack in Earth's magnetic field. Solar wind pouring through the gap could spark Arctic auroras on Dec. 19-20.

    AN EXPLOSION ON THE SUN: Yesterday, an active region emerging from the sun's south-eastrn limb exploded, producing a C6-class solar flare and a beautiful loop-shaped prominence: Debris from the explosion will miss Earth. However future eruptions might be geo-effective as the unstable blast site moves into our planet's strike zone later this week. https://spaceweather.com/





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    Post  Carol Mon Dec 20, 2021 3:05 pm

    EARTH-DIRECTED SOLAR FLARE: Directly facing Earth, sunspot AR2908 produced an M1.9-class solar flare today (Dec. 20 @ 1136 UT). A pulse of X-rays ionized the top of Earth's atmosphere, causing a minor shortwave radio blackout over the south Atlantic Ocean: map. Stay tuned for updates about a possible CME emerging from the blast site. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text.

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    Francois Rouviere of Cannes, France, also caught the sunspot in mid-flare. Amateur astronomers with solar filters should remained prepared, because more flares are in the offing.

    "I received an alarm about the solar flare," says Pepe Manteca of Barcelona, Spain. "So I was able to quickly mount my Lunt 152 and here are the images.

    Solar wind speed: 595.8 km/sec


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    Post  Carol Sat Dec 25, 2021 11:47 am



    MUST WATCH THIS – The Sun Something Huge Is Hiding Behind It! THIS JUST APPEARED!.. The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. It is a nearly perfect ball of hot plasma, heated to incandescence by nuclear fusion reactions in its core, radiating the energy mainly as visible light, ultraviolet light, and infrared radiation. It is by far the most important source of energy for life on Earth. Its diameter is about 1.39 million kilometres (864,000 miles), or 109 times that of Earth. Its mass is about 330,000 times that of Earth, and it accounts for about 99.86% of the total mass of the Solar System. Roughly three quarters of the Sun’s mass consists of hydrogen (~73%); the rest is mostly helium (~25%), with much smaller quantities of heavier elements, including oxygen, carbon, neon and iron. The idea that there might be another planet in our Solar System on an orbit that keeps it permanently behind the Sun dates back at least 2400 years to the Greek philosopher Philolaus. He postulated the existence of a ‘counter-Earth’ called Antichthon. It’s also caught the imagination of science fiction writers, including Gerry Anderson of Thunderbirds fame, who made a film based on the idea in the late 1960s. Melancholia and Another Earth, both from 2011, also explore these themes.

    According to its spectral class, the Sun is a G-type main-sequence star (G2V). As such, it is informally, and not completely accurately, referred to as a yellow dwarf (its light is closer to white than yellow). It formed approximately 4.6 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse of matter within a region of a large molecular cloud. Most of this matter gathered in the center, whereas the rest flattened into an orbiting disk that became the Solar System. The central mass became so hot and dense that it eventually initiated nuclear fusion in its core. It is thought that almost all stars form by this process. Extraterrestrial life is hypothetical life that may occur outside Earth and which did not originate on Earth. Such life might range from simple prokaryotes (or comparable life forms) to intelligent beings and even sapient beings, possibly bringing forth civilizations that might be far more advanced than humanity.

    The Drake equation speculates about the existence of sapient life elsewhere in the universe. The science of extraterrestrial life in all its forms is known as astrobiology. Since the mid-20th century, active ongoing research has taken place to look for signs of extraterrestrial life. This encompasses a search for current and historic extraterrestrial life, and a narrower search for extraterrestrial intelligent life. Depending on the category of search, methods range from the analysis of telescope and specimen data to radios used to detect and send communication signals. The concept of extraterrestrial life, and particularly extraterrestrial intelligence, has had a major cultural impact, chiefly in works of science fiction. Over the years, science fiction communicated scientific ideas, imagined a wide range of possibilities, and influenced public interest in and perspectives of extraterrestrial life.

    One shared space is the debate over the wisdom of attempting communication with extraterrestrial intelligence. Some encourage aggressive methods to try for contact with intelligent extraterrestrial life. Others—citing the tendency of technologically advanced human societies to enslave or wipe out less advanced societies—argue that it may be dangerous to actively call attention to Earth. This is, “THIS JUST APPEARED!..” The Sun Something Huge Is Hiding Behind It


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    Post  Carol Sat Dec 25, 2021 11:49 am

    ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS A ... CME? A CME impact expected on Dec. 24th did not materialize. NOAA forecasters say the CME may still be coming, with a delayed impact on Christmas Day. The glancing blow could spark minor G1-class geomagnetic storms and auroras around the Arctic Circle. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.

    CHRISTMAS COMET LEONARD: If you love comets, Merry Christmas. Comet Leonard (C/2021 A1) has turned into a real gift. "What's going on today is simply breathtaking," reports Michael Jaeger, who photographed the comet using an 8-inch telescope in Namibia:

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    Comet Leonard's magnificent tail is braided with multiple filaments of gas and dust. These were created by a series of outbursts that began on Dec. 15th. Two and perhaps three explosions in the comet's core sent streamers of debris billowing down the tail.

    The same outbursts boosted the comet's brightness. It is now shining like a 4th magnitude star in the constellation Microscopium, an easy target for small telescopes in the southern hemisphere.

    More outbursts are in the offing. The comet is heading for its closest approach to the sun (0.61 AU) on Jan. 3rd. Increasing heat could liberate new jets of gas and dust and maybe even blow away huge chunks of ice and rock.


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    Post  Carol Sat Jan 22, 2022 3:27 pm


    GLANCING-BLOW CMEs: In recent days, the sun has produced multiple coronal mass ejections (CMEs). None of them is heading directly toward Earth; nevertheless, they might touch our olanet. A series of glancing blows is possible beginning today, Jan. 22nd, when a CME thrown into space on Jan. 18th passes nearby. The close encounter could produce a brightening of Arctic auroras. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.

    A QUIET EXPLOSION ON THE SUN: Yesterday, Jan. 21st, a magnetic filament connected to sunspot AR2934 became unstable and erupted. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory caught the filament hurling a piece of itself into space:


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    Forecasters call this a "disappearing solar filament" (DSF). DSFs typically occur without the electromagnetic flash of a solar flare. In this sense, they are "quiet" explosions.

    Debris from yesterday's DSF formed the core of an impressive coronal mass ejection (CME). Watch the movie from SOHO. The CME is near the edge of the Earth strike zone; it might hit us or it might not. NOAA forecasters say that a glancing blow is possible on Jan. 24th.


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    Post  Carol Wed Feb 09, 2022 8:27 am

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    SUNSPOT ARCHIPELAGO: An archipelago of sunspots is growing between the primary cores of AR2941. This movie from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captures 48 hours of action:

    The magnetic island chain stretches nearly 200,000 km with more than a dozen moon-sized spots turning toward Earth. Altogether they have an unstable 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares. Any eruptions today will be Earth-directed.

    CME TO HIT VENUS, THEN EARTH: NASA analysts have modeled a CME that left the sun on Feb 6th. It's going to hit Venus, then Earth:


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    The Venus impact on Feb 9th will not cause a geomagnetic storm. It can't; Venus has no internally-generated global magnetic field. Instead, the impact will erode a small amount of atmosphere from Venus's unprotected cloudtops.

    Today's report: https://spaceweather.com/

    The Earth impact on Feb. 10th will play out differently. Our planet's magnetic field will intercept the CME, preventing it from reaching the atmosphere below. Reverberations from the impact could spark a G1-class geomagnetic storm with high-latitude auroras spilling out of the Arctic Circle.

    The CME was hurled into space on Feb. 6th by a long-duration solar flare in the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2939. The explosion peaked at category C3, which is considered to be weak. However, the flare made up for its low amplitude by lasting for more than 3 hours; it put more power into the CME than its feeble C3 rating might suggest.

    The Earth impact on Feb. 10th will play out differently. Our planet's magnetic field will intercept the CME, preventing it from reaching the atmosphere below. Reverberations from the impact could spark a G1-class geomagnetic storm with high-latitude auroras spilling out of the Arctic Circle.

    The CME was hurled into space on Feb. 6th by a long-duration solar flare in the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2939. The explosion peaked at category C3, which is considered to be weak. However, the flare made up for its low amplitude by lasting for more than 3 hours; it put more power into the CME than its feeble C3 rating might suggest.


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    Post  Vidya Moksha Wed Feb 09, 2022 12:22 pm

    https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/science/solar-storm-disables-40-newly-launched-spacex-satellites-2022-02-09/

    LOS ANGELES, Feb 9 (Reuters) - A geomagnetic storm triggered by a large burst of radiation from the sun has disabled at least 40 of the 49 satellites newly launched by SpaceX as part of its Starlink internet communications network, the company said.


    I was waiting for gene decodes to tell me they had taken them out along with the DUMBS Wink

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    Post  Carol Wed Feb 09, 2022 5:38 pm

    🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨
    SpecOperator17 COMMs 2/9/22
    💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥
    FCB D3CODE.

    WE ARE ABOUT TO EXPERIENCE A G1 STORM.

    G1 IS THE HIGHEST DAMAGING GEOMAGNETIC STORM THAT COMES FROM THE SUN.
    EXPECT IMMINENT WORLD WIDE BLACKOUTS FEB 9 -10TH US TIME.


    IT STARTS TOMORROW.

    PREPARE THIS IS BEING DONE BY THE WHITEHATS.

    G1 STORM BRINGS DOWN SAT COMMUNICATIONS, RADIO AND THE WORLDS POWER GRID.
    THATS WHY Q TELLS US DARK TO LIGHT, BLACKOUT NECESSARY.


    ALSO Q MENTIONS WHO HAS THE POWER, POWER MEANING CONTROL OF THE GRID.

    ALSO Q GIVES US REASSURANCE BY STATING SHOULD THE LIGHTS GO OUT PLEASE KNOW WE ARE IN CONTROL.

    ALSO IN Q DROP 720 THE DAY AFTER POWER BLACKOUT WHICH WE ARE REACHING ITS 3 YEAR DELTA, MENTIONS EMS AND EBS ACTIVATIONS.

    COULD Q BE POSSIBLY BE PREPARING US FOR THE EBS?

    COULD BE THAT AFTER THE POWER GRID GOES DOWN AND IS REACTIVATED (DARK TO LIGHT) THAT LIGHT WILL BE SHOWN IN THE WAY OF THE EBS WORLD WIDE.

    PREPARE AND GEY YOUR AFFAIRS IN ORDER.
    GET READY...
    .

    I was once told this would be the cover story.

    Eyes in the Sky.
    Corona Satellite's
    Corona Discharge
    Sun's Corona
    Geomagnetic Storm

    ==

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE🇺🇸
    MOCK RADIATION INCIDENT☢

    USSS ON HIGH ALERT.
    (4 YR DELTA)

    ACCESS KILLS.
    POTUS IN GOOD SPIRITS TODAY.
    MORNING STROLLS ARE REFRESHING.

    DEFCON 1
    4-10-20 (DJT)
    FIRE & FURY (FF)

    (9) states of CLAS-ready go-live.
    (34) commands LIVE.
    CODES command ACTION.
    [NON-NUCLEAR].
    [1] OWL [1]
    Q
    ==

    Noteworthy sequence of events:
    — Russia's amphibious assault ships will arrive in the Black Sea
    — NOTAMS for wide areas of Black Sea / Sea of Azov from February 13-19
    — Joint Belarusian - Russian exercises end February 20
    — Chinese Winter Olympics end February 20
    — No Russian delegation at Munich Security conference on February 18-20

    ==

    NEW @TrumpJr
    BEIJING 2022

    When was Hussein in CHINA?
    Track events.
    Timeline.
    We are in control

    Think Navy Ship crashes.Anchor
    Bigger than you know.
    We ARE active.
    Q

    Satellite hack🛰
    GPS spoof

    What fell from space recently?
    Accident or retaliation?
    Q

    GCHQ Bude sent DISTRESS SIG📡⚡
    NSA NO MORE.
    Q

    Main frequency bands TERMINATED.
    #Goodbye
    Q
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    Most people don’t realize we’re at War, and just how bad this supply chain issue is going to get. This is being created by design to weaken us. It’s a different type of warfare that we’re not used to seeing. We have off shored most of what we consume from clothing to food. If there’s anything that you think you're going to need when it gets tough I’d recommend you buy it now. Thing can change in a second.

    Our Traitors in the White House are leaving our Southern Border open, and weak for a reason. We also still have many cargo ships that are sitting off our West Coast. What a perfect Trojan horse situation.

    Stay sharp, anything can happen. Godspeed
    🙏

    These are the containers I was talking about on Friday during our VC that needed to be found and taken out of play.


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch2Rqte6XOs
    Club-K Container Missile System
    Check this item on Defense-Update http://wp.me/p3cRXG-eeZ -
    This unique capability introduced by the Russian 3R-54 'Club' cruise missile


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    Post  Carol Thu Feb 10, 2022 11:34 am

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    GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH: Yesterday's CME might spark a geomagnetic storm after all. Right now, south-pointing magnetic fields in the CME's wake are prying open a crack in Earth's magnetosphere, setting the stage for possible G1-class storms. High latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Auroras alerts: SMS Text.

    THE STARLINK INCIDENT: As many as 40 Starlink satellites are currently falling out of the sky--the surprising result of a minor geomagnetic storm. SpaceX made the announcement yesterday:

    "On Thursday, Feb. 3rd at 1:13 p.m. EST, Falcon 9 launched 49 Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. ... Unfortunately, the satellites deployed on Thursday were significantly impacted by a geomagnetic storm on Friday, [Feb. 4th]."




    Two days before launch a CME hit Earth's magnetic field. It was not a major space weather event. In fact, the weak impact did not at first spark any remarkable geomagnetic activity. However, as Earth passed through the CME's wake, some sputtering G1-class geomagnetic storms developed. It was one of these minor storms that caught the Starlink satellites on Feb. 4th.

    Geomagnetic storms heat Earth's upper atmosphere. Diaphanous tendrils of warming air literally reached up and grabbed the Starlink satellites. According to SpaceX, onboard GPS devices detected atmospheric drag increasing "up to 50 percent higher than during previous launches."

    "The Starlink team commanded the satellites into a safe-mode where they would fly edge-on (like a sheet of paper) to minimize drag," says SpaceX. "Preliminary analysis show the increased drag at the low altitudes prevented the satellites from leaving safe-mode to begin orbit raising maneuvers, and up to 40 of the satellites will reenter or already have reentered the Earth’s atmosphere."

    The Sociedad de Astronomia del Caribe apparently caught one of the reentries over Puerto Rico on Feb. 7th:

    SpaceX says that the deorbiting satellites "pose zero collision risk with other satellites and by design demise upon atmospheric reentry—meaning no orbital debris is created and no satellite parts hit the ground."

    Keep an eye on the night sky this week. You might catch a Starlink satellite burning up overhead.


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    Post  Carol Fri Feb 11, 2022 8:26 am

    GEOMAGNETIC STORM FORECAST: Minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on Feb. 13th when a stream of solar wind is expected to hit Earth's magnetic field. The gaseous material is flowing faster than 500 km/s from an equatorial hole in the sun's atmosphere. Arctic auroras could spill into Valentine's Day. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.

    24 HOURS LATER: A CME hit Earth's magnetic field on Feb. 9th. The geomagnetic storm (category G1) erupted 24 hours later. "Auroras burst into life over the coast of Scotland," reports Alan C. Tough, who sends this picture from the seaside village of Hopeman:

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    What took so long? The storm waited a whole day while Earth moved deeper into the CME's wake. More than 3 millon kilometers behind the shock front, Earth finally encountered the kind of intense south-pointing magnetic fields that spark geomagnetic storms.

    This kind of delay is not unusual. Minor CMEs, like the one that struck on Feb. 9th, often fail to produce a storm on first contact; the initial blow is not enough. The CME's wake can be more effective, sparking storms one or two days later.

    Magnetometer readings obtained by Stuart Green in Preston UK highlight the delay between the CME impact on Feb. 9th and geomagnetic unrest on Feb. 10th:

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    The CME itself caused no obvious ripple in Green's recording. Nevertheless, a storm was coming; G1 conditions were detected for more than 6 hours on Feb. 10th. Interestingly, the Starlink Incident of Feb. 4th was caused by just such a delayed storm.


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    Post  Carol Sun Feb 20, 2022 9:00 am

    SOLAR WIND SPARKS GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field during the early hours of Feb. 20th, sparking a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm. Earth is still inside the stream, which is flowing from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras. 

    FLARES ON THE HORIZON: The northeastern limb of the sun is surging with flares--a sign that old sunspot AR2936 (described below) is about to return. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded this C5-class explosion during the early hours of Feb. 20th:


    The flare was stronger than it appeared. It was partially eclipsed by the edge of the sun. Unobstructed, the explosion was probably M-class. The underlying sunspot will soon emerge into view, potentially exposing Earth to a source of strong flares. 

    HERE IT COMES: The source of last week's huge farside explosion is moving closer to the Earthside of the sun. NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft is stationed just behind the sun's eastern limb, and it has caught sight of a large ultraviolet hotspot approaching the visible edge of the solar disk:

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    Post  Carol Tue Feb 22, 2022 11:27 am

    JUST TWO INNOCENT-LOOKING SUNSPOTS: The long-awaited farside active region has arrived, and it's not what we expected. AR2954 and AR2955 are just two innocent-looking sunspots, neither one apparently capable of strong flares. The pair must have decayed from a more menacing configuration last week. The long-awaited farside active region is actually two distinct sunspots: AR2954 and AR2955. Neither appears capable of strong flares, suggesting that they may have decayed since last week. Solar wind speed: 525.7 km/sec


    THIS IS WHAT MISSED EARTH: The European Space Agency (ESA) has just released a new image of last week's farside eruption. Taken by the Solar Orbiter spacecraft, it shows a plume of debris shooting more than 1.5 million kilometers into space:



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    The picture comes from Solar Orbiter's Full Sun Imager (FSI). FSI is a wide-field camera designed to look at the full solar disk even when the spacecraft is very close to the sun. At the moment, Solar Orbiter is *not* very close to the sun, so there is a lot of empty space in the field of view. The prominence fit inside, just barely.


    According to ESA, this is the largest-ever event of its kind to be captured in a single field of view together with the solar disk.


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    Post  Carol Fri Feb 25, 2022 9:30 am

    POSSIBLE FARSIDE SUNSPOTS: NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft is monitoring a pair of ultraviolet hotspots behind the sun's eastern limb. These may be active sunspots. We'll find out for sure this weekend when the sun's rotation turns them toward Earth.

    BE ALERT FOR ZODIACAL LIGHT: It's one of the most delicate and beautiful sights in the heavens, yet most people have never seen it. We're talking about the Zodiacal Light. "A good display is coming in just a few days," says astrophotographer Petr Horálek, who created this image to whet your appetite:


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    This composite shows Zodiacal Light from both hemispheres," explains Horálek. "My friend, great TWAN photographer Juan Carlos Casado, took the northern photo from the IAC La Palma Observatory in Feb. 2020. I took the southern photo from ESO's La Silla Observatory in April 2016. Stitched together they show the entire night sky using Earth's horizon to block the bright sun."
    See the pale triangles of light at the center? That is Zodiacal Light.

    For centuries, astronomers puzzled over the light's origin. Now we know: Zodiacal Light comes from Mars. Giant dust storms on the Red Planet leak into space, filling the plane of the Solar System with tiny grains. We can actually see the marsdust with th naked eye because it scatters sunlight, producing the triangular glow in Horálek's photo.



    February, March and April are the best months to see Zodiacal Light because the plane of the Solar System juts over the horizon almost vertically, putting the triangle on full display. Dark skies are required. Zodiacal Light is faint and easily overwhelmed by light pollution.

    "New Moon dates close to the equinox are when Zodiacal Light is best seen all around the world," says Horálek. "In the northern hemisphere, visibility is best in the evening after sunset (look west). In the southern hemisphere, visibility is best in the morning before sunrise (look east)."

    The next New Moon: March 2nd. Mark your calendar and see the light!

    Cosmic Rays Solar Cycle 25 is beginning, and this is reflected in the number of cosmic rays entering Earth's atmosphere. Neutron counts from the University of Oulu's Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory show that cosmic rays reaching Earth are slowly declining--a result of the yin-yang relationship between the solar cycle and cosmic rays. 
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    Post  Carol Thu Mar 03, 2022 6:03 am

    SOLAR WIND STREAM APPROACHES EARTH: A stream of solar wind is approaching Earth. Estimated time of arrival: March 5th. The gaseous material is flowing from an equatorial hole in the sun's atmosphere, and it could spark minor geomagnetic storms when it arrives. 

    RADIO NOISE FROM THE SUN: Yesterday, March 2nd @ 1739 UT, sunspot AR2958 exploded, producing an M2-class solar flare. Moments after the explosion, a roar of static filled shortwave radio loudspeakers on the dayside of Earth. "It was a Type II solar radio burst," says Thomas Ashcraft, who recorded the sounds from his observatory in rural New Mexico:

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    "The radio burst kicks in at the 15 second mark of the audio file," says Ashcraft. "It's a stereo file, with 23 MHz in one channel and 22 MHz in the other. Try listening using headphones. You might be able to hear the frequency drift."

    Type II solar radio bursts are caused by shock waves rippling through the sun's atmosphere. They drift through the shortwave band, always from high to low frequencies, and almost always indicate that a CME is leaving the sun. A NOAA analysis of ths event suggests that the CME was moving about 690 km/s (2 million mph). Stay tuned for updates about a possible Earth-directed component. 


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    Post  Carol Sat Mar 05, 2022 10:19 am

    GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A minor G1-class geomagnetic storm is underway on March 5th as Earth moves deeper into a stream of solar wind. The gaseous material is flowing from an equatorial hole in the sun's atmosphere. High latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Solar wind
    speed: 504.3 km/sec / density: 8.6 protons/c.

    A PLASMA VORTEX ON THE SUN: Imagine a vortex of hot plasma wide enough to swallow Earth swirling faster than 2 million mph. Actually, here it is:


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    Amateur astronomer Alexander Golitschek photographed the structure yesterday from his backyard observatory in Darmstadt, Germany. "I recorded this 15 second movie using a Lunt Solar Systems 152mm H-alpha solar telescope," he says.

    The vortex might not last long. It gets its structure from curling magnetic fields, which confine the plasma into a loop. At this very moment the loop is winding tighter and tighter--a buildup of tension that could tear the vortex apart.


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    Post  Carol Thu Mar 10, 2022 11:11 am

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    A CME IS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Later today, March 10th, a coronal mass ejection (CME) will pass close to Earth and might deliver a glancing blow to our planet's magnetic field. The CME was hurled into space 3 days ago by an erupting filament of magnetism on the sun. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for a possible brightening of auroras when the CME arrives. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.


    THIS RED ARC IS NOT AN AURORA: All day long on March 5th, a solar wind stream buffeted Earth's magnetic field. When night fell in Banff, Alberta, photographer Marybeth Kiczenski took her camera to the countryside to look for auroras. She found this instead:


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    "It also appears we captured an SAR," says Kiczenski, referring to the red arc cutting across the Milky Way.


    SARs were discovered in 1956 at the beginning of the Space Age. Researchers didn’t know what they were and unwittingly gave them a misleading name: "Stable Auroral Red arcs" or SARs.


    In fact, SARs are not auroras. Auroras appear when charged particles rain down from space, hitting the atmosphere and causing it to glow like the picture tube of an old color TV. SARs form differently. They are a sign of heat energy leaking into the upper atmosphere from Earth’s ring current system.


    The ring current is a donut-shaped circuit carrying millions of amps around our planet. It skims the orbits of geosynchronous satellites and plays a huge role in determining the severity of geomagnetic storms. Earth is the only rocky planet that has one.


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    Post  Carol Thu Mar 10, 2022 11:13 am

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    A CME IS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Later today, March 10th, a coronal mass ejection (CME) will pass close to Earth and might deliver a glancing blow to our planet's magnetic field. The CME was hurled into space 3 days ago by an erupting filament of magnetism on the sun. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for a possible brightening of auroras when the CME arrives. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.


    THIS RED ARC IS NOT AN AURORA: All day long on March 5th, a solar wind stream buffeted Earth's magnetic field. When night fell in Banff, Alberta, photographer Marybeth Kiczenski took her camera to the countryside to look for auroras. She found this instead:


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    "It also appears we captured an SAR," says Kiczenski, referring to the red arc cutting across the Milky Way.


    SARs were discovered in 1956 at the beginning of the Space Age. Researchers didn’t know what they were and unwittingly gave them a misleading name: "Stable Auroral Red arcs" or SARs.


    In fact, SARs are not auroras. Auroras appear when charged particles rain down from space, hitting the atmosphere and causing it to glow like the picture tube of an old color TV. SARs form differently. They are a sign of heat energy leaking into the upper atmosphere from Earth’s ring current system.


    The ring current is a donut-shaped circuit carrying millions of amps around our planet. It skims the orbits of geosynchronous satellites and plays a huge role in determining the severity of geomagnetic storms. Earth is the only rocky planet that has one.


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