Solar activity intensifies: sunspot breakout, solar winds increase


INTENSIFYING SOLAR ACTIVITY: The quiet sun is waking up. New sunspot 1226 emerging over the sun’s southeastern limb is crackling with strong C-class solar flares. So far none of the blasts has been geoeffective, but this could change in the days ahead as the active region turns toward Earth.  A solar wind stream is also buffeting Earth’s magnetic field, sparking Southern Lights around the Antarctic Circle. –Space Weather
Solar wind  (May 29, 2011)
speed: 713.2 km/sec
density: 1.6 protons/cm3
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2 Responses to Solar activity intensifies: sunspot breakout, solar winds increase

  1. It would be a incremental pull on the Sun given its immense size but you’re thinking like a scientist and that’s good. The Sun contains 99.9% of the mass of the entire solar system and it still rules the system. However it is mysteriously tilted 7degrees to the mean plane of the planets for reasons still not fully known. Your video is uploaded. Feel free to add your thoughts.



  2. Anthony says:

    This is also a response to the article on this page proving that cosmic rays create weather patterns. Weather pattern distrubences. Weather pattern anamolies. Whatever you want to call them. They change the frequency of things is the point.


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