Incoming solar flare, expecting geomagnetic storm

Incoming solar flare, expecting geomagnetic storm

Magnetic fields above sunspot complex 1236 erupted during the early hours of June 21st, producing a C7-class solar flare and a full-halo CME. The expanding cloud appears to be heading almost directly toward Earth:



This does not appear to be an especially powerful CME. Nevertheless, the incoming cloud could trigger polar geomagnetic storms when it reaches Earth on or about June 23rd. The aurora outlook favors southern hemisphere observers, where solstice skies are winter-dark. Stay tuned for  Geomagnetic storm alerts (SpaceWeather)

Solar wind
speed: 420.3 km/sec
density: 6.9 protons/cm3


Planetary K-index
Now: Kp= 2 quiet
24-hr max: Kp= 3 quiet


Interplanetary Mag. Field
Btotal: 6.1 nT
Bz: 2.4 nT north


 

At 03:25 UTC Tuesday morning a long duration C7.7 Solar Flare peaked and was centered around Sunspot 1236. A minor full-halo Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is seen in the new Lasco movie but does not appear to have a large earth directed component. More information later today after the NOAA update. Click HERE to download the Lasco C2 movie of the CME.

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TheWatchers Adorraeli on Facebook 9 years ago

katesisco commented on The Watchers: The magnetic cloud Fluff has periodic 5,000 year incursions. There may be comets, planetoids, etc., other known materials in the cloud. But the incidentals are minor compared to the effects of compression of the sun's heliosphere. The gases compress and the crystal axes realign inward. The front of the plasma DL pushes the gases to compression. This effect is what is responsible for the resurgence of alchemy, nuclear resonance. W Thornhill identifies this in his summary of the electric universe. He is correct. In the past incursions the 5,000 yr events compressed so near the sun that the planets were exposed to the back side of the DL where molecular bonds expanded and cosmic ray bombardment was extreme. Then the magnetic grip fell; and sol's heliosphere expanded rapidly to what we know as normal. During the compression CMEs were common just like now. It is an effect of the compression. Science cannot fail to understand this; 5,000 y ago when the magnetic incursion stopped short of putting Earth on the back side of the DL, and we experienced only compression and for the first time we had 'history' back to 10,00 y. People knew of the effects on nuclear resonance ( alchemy) and this is why even the ancient Chinese of 5,000 y ago insisted that they could transmute elements. They had reason to believe. They actually did. We will too but unlike them we know it is temporary. So we ignore the electric universe of active plasma. And devise ways to determine how to create the energy level now powering the compression-- we won't succeed. Light planes intersecting in threes create an open space under the theory of alchemy; this is the salt process of wet and dry. Our smarter selves must have known this also. But I suggest the energy required is not obtainable here on Earth or from the Birkeland current. There is no free lunch.

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