Coronal hole, new sunspots and Perseid meteor shower

     

August 12, 2011PERSEID METEOR SHOWER: Earth is entering a stream of debris from Comet Swift-Tuttle, source of the annual Perseid meteor shower. International observers are now reporting more than 20 Perseids per hour, a number that will increase as the shower reaches its peak on August 12-13. Solar wind flowing from the indicated coronal should reach Earth on or about Aug. 15th. –Space Weather
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8 Responses to Coronal hole, new sunspots and Perseid meteor shower

  1. Jeff says:

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  2. Bone Idle says:

    Those sunspots are specks – for all intentional purposes the sun is blank.
    Other indications are at very levels – e.g. 10.7 solar flux.
    Interesting considering only last week the activity was at the greatest since Cycle 24 started.

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  3. Akash says:

    Mild tremors felt in some parts of Tamil Nadu India .Few days back it was china then Pakistan and now India.

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  4. Stephen says:

    what does this mean? Does this portend something?

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  5. Yasmine says:

    Hi guys, is it possible the sun’s solar flares are actually burning out all the chemical floating in the air?

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