Daily Archives: February 1, 2011

Cyclone Yasi reaches category 5 strength

Update– Australian government upgrades Yasi to category 5. The rapid strengthening of this storm over a 3 day period is almost unprecedented. Wind gusts of 265 km/h have been reported. You can follow the storm on our live-tracker map in … Continue reading

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Aurora blast captured in photograph

February 1, 2011 – AURORA-BURST: “According to the official forecast, the odds of geomagnetic activity on Jan. 31st were less than 10%. That was good enough for Kjetil Skogli of Troms, Norway. “We went out to look in spite of … Continue reading

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Japan’s Shinmoedake volcano explodes

February 1, 2011 – TOKYO (AP) – A revived volcano in southern Japan erupted Tuesday with its biggest explosion yet, shooting out a huge plume of gas, boulders and ash and breaking windows eight kilometers away. The danger zone around … Continue reading

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Weather chaos across the globe: Heavy snowfall paralyzes Japan

February 1, 2011 – JAPAN – “Heavy snow has wreaked havoc on transportation in areas along the Sea of Japan coast of central Honshu. The Imajo district of Minami-Echizen, Fukui Prefecture, saw a record 236 centimeters of snow as of … Continue reading

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Dark hole Sun: dense ionized wind stream burns Earth’s magnetosphere

February 1, 2011 – It’s here. The solar wind pouring from the large coronal hole on the Sun has hit earth and though the wind speed blast has not caused the magnetosphere to expand in its usual dramatic flaring fashion … Continue reading

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