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perspective of where the obects are in relation to the soho sat. The planet will seem to move alot more than the stars, as it will be about 163 gazzillion times closer. (numbers plucked out of my ass)
Originally posted by shakespear1
Amazing how many things can be seen to change position (dots) but the bright spot and some stars do not move in the sequence.
Originally posted by cushycrux
I tested if it is Venus with Celestia (A Star Sim). But the Problem is Venus should move from left to right. So is it what planet?
The shadowy wave racing away from the blast site is a "solar tsunami"--a swell of hot, magnetized plasma about 100,000 km high packing as much energy as a million megatons of TNT. The tsunami petered out before it went more than halfway around the sun, but another manifestation of the blast is still going. The eruption hurled a faint coronal mass ejection (CME) into space and the billion-ton cloud should cross Earth's orbit on or about Dec. 25th. A glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field could spark polar auroras for Christmas.