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What just slammed the Sun?

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posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 06:58 PM
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The original images can be found here: SOHO FTP site

Scroll down to 20111001_1325_c2 for object.

Alternatively, run a movie request from Movie Query
Enter start date 20111001 and end date 20111002, click LASCO C2 and MOVIE.

There's a mysterious object on this frame when the sundiver appears. Sundiver's companion

Hope this helps.




posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by StarPeace

Originally posted by Human_Alien
I can actually see it (like I did Hale Bopp) this baby can be anywhere in our solar system as far as I'm concerned.




Bull#
edit on 3-10-2011 by StarPeace because: (no reason given)


did you mean to quote Human_Alien in a way that made it seem like he said "I can actually see it" [talking about Elenin]?



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by mnmcandiez
Hey look its Human_Alien....ATS's #1 doomsayer. Please OP do some reading about space if you are so interested and learn facts, science, and STOP preaching pseudo doomsday science.
You give conspiracy theorists a bad look.




What I have read up on however is how not to respond to antagonistic laced replies.
So excuse me while I lower myself to the amoebic level of evolution you're stuck on but................

I hardly consider a thread on a comet (or maybe not) doom. Now if I wished for it to land on your head then maybe you'd have a point!

And you m'dear give humanity a worse name.

Carry on......................



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:03 PM
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Originally posted by djz3ro

Originally posted by StarPeace

Originally posted by Human_Alien
I can actually see it (like I did Hale Bopp) this baby can be anywhere in our solar system as far as I'm concerned.




Bull#
edit on 3-10-2011 by StarPeace because: (no reason given)


did you mean to quote Human_Alien in a way that made it seem like he said "I can actually see it" [talking about Elenin]?



That's not a quote from me.
It's a quote from a quote from a quote......oh, nevermind.
But I didn't say that
(although I did see Hale Bopp which was amazing in the year that changed my life)



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:04 PM
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Originally posted by reject
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I'm gonna try and see if I can lift a car when that solar flare hits




Photos or it never happened



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:05 PM
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Just to mention also....besides the gravity well differences, can't discount the sheer disparity in size...so, yeah. The Sun is a much larger, and more "attractive" target.


OK, a thought occurred of a simplified visual (albeit two-dimensional) analogy for everyone:

Picture the Sun as the drain in the center of a large tub of water. Little bits of floating stuff in the water are carried to the center (drain) by the force of the water...which in my analogy is representing gravitational attractive forces.

Now, get the water swirling in a circle, around the drain....

The drain is the ultimate over-riding attraction, all else has less individual influence on everything else...all those little crumbs in the water, swirling around the drain, hardly have any chance to collide with each other, being so small.

And, yeah.....many flaws in this attempted analogy...is just a mind exercise, after all.......


edit on Mon 3 October 2011 by ProudBird because: Spell....



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:07 PM
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Well thank you Phage. Does anyone know why is my question? Obviously the Sun is much larger and has a bigger pull. I haven't been keeping up with the comet/asteroid data lately, working to much in between rain.
Hopefully, it was a remnant of Elenin!

Now If I recall there is supposed to be another meteor shower peaking in the next few weeks? Maybe that has some influence?



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:12 PM
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That looks so fake.



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:13 PM
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Originally posted by carewemust
This post will show how little I know about Astronomy. Here's my question:

In the video, we're viewing the entire Sun, which is HUGE, and probably many thousands of miles of empty space around the Sun. How can an object travel from the edge of the video into the Sun in less than 3 seconds? Can a large object travel at thousands of miles Per Second?!?!
-cwm


That object didn't take "less than 3 seconds" to travel from the edge of the video into the sun. It took 2 days.



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:14 PM
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Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Human_Alien
 


Some comets are small, some comets are large, some have large coronas, some will have small coronas, some will get pulled into the sun, some won't.

Did you know that there are about 10 comets visible right now from earth?

Did you know that comets hit the sun on a regular basis?

Perhaps a quick search of YOUTUBE is in order?

The majority aren't bright enough to be seen but every now and then we get a bright enough one, we even know what comet group it came from, Kreutz. We even know what direction Kreutz comets come from each month too.

sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil...

To call people "ego driven" for understanding these things is pathetic.

Yeah this is a conspiracy forum, not a gullible, ignorant fools forum, to ignore the overwhelming evidence that this is a comet is closed minded at best.





I am not saying people who claim comets are comets are ego driven. That is NOT what I meant at all.

I am talking about the OP and its contents. Why is it no one spotted this before it made contact?

I also do not believe (and I don't care HOW many books I haven't read) that this 'comet' and that eruption had nothing to do with one another.

I do appreciate your wisdom in certain areas but moreover, at the end of the day, they are just opinions (when it comes to some of the threads on ATS. Particularly mine)

And let me say this, I am SURE you know much more than me (and perhaps most) when it comes to science. But you can't look at something via your monitor and determine with any type of precision WHAT it is. Just because it resembles something you're familiar with, doesn't make it so.

And contrary to rumor, I do respect you
(I can do without the tongue lashing though)



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:16 PM
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Originally posted by Thestargateisreal
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That looks so fake.





Now there's a comment I wasn't expecting.

Hey, start your own thread with that nonsense. I'm getting it good enough by just inferring it may not be a comet.
(just kidding)

Thanks for posting!



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by nuttin4U
Questions:
1.) How far is the sun away from us?
2.) How fast does a comet travel?
3.) How long did the comet or whatever that was take to impact the sun?

Answers:
1.) Approximately 93 MILLION miles from earth
2.) 40 miles per second (at it's closest point to the sun) A missle travels 14,000 mph.
3.) 13 seconds

Hypothesis:
BS. It was probably a missle that hit an object, in space...giving the illusion, as if it hit the sun. Correct me if i'm wrong....but the angle the U.F.O. (Unidentified Flying Object) was traveling, and the way the explosion occured, just doesn't make sense. The explosion should have come from the same direction the U.F.O. was traveling....not the opposite side.


My thoughts exactly. Looked more like a missile on a dead set target. What do I know. lol



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by ProudBird
reply to post by Phage
 


Just to mention also....besides the gravity well differences, can't discount the sheer disparity in size...so, yeah. The Sun is a much larger, and more "attractive" target.


OK, a thought occurred of a simplified visual (albeit two-dimensional) analogy for everyone:

Picture the Sun as the drain in the center of a large tub of water. Little bits of floating stuff in the water are carried to the center (drain) by the force of the water...which in my analogy is representing gravitational attractive forces.

Now, get the water swirling in a circle, around the drain....

The drain is the ultimate over-riding attraction, all else has less individual influence on everything else...all those little crumbs in the water, swirling around the drain, hardly have any chance to collide with each other, being so small.

And, yeah.....many flaws in this attempted analogy...is just a mind exercise, after all.......


edit on Mon 3 October 2011 by ProudBird because: Spell....



And that's when George Carlin brilliantly says "We're just all circling the drain" So poignantly true!

Good analogy though. Thanks!
But can you explain to me how frozen gaseous comets survive the Sun's amazing temperature to actually plunge into it? Because the last time I held an ice cube over a match, I got wet!

Isn't the real fact this: That we really don't know what comets are composed of? Come on. I know you WANT to admit it but have a hard time sayin' it.
I understand



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by Jools
I am sure the sun gets bombarded a lot and nothing to worry about here.

The earth's magnetic field, however is becoming more and more depleted by all the chemicals and fossil fuels being burned, leaving the earth and its inhabitants more exposed to these solar flares and CMEs emitted by our gigantic neighbor, so don't always assume completely "normal", and always prepare for "unexpected"
. Better to be safe than sorry
, although what else could we do but limit the burning of fossil fuels
and other chemicals by humans on this planet (seemingly impossible at the moment).

We could all become more environmental perhaps to limit the depletion of the earth's magnetic field, and some of these actions are not under our control, and who knows if the damage we(and 'they') have done to the magnetic field is irreversible at this point, not to mention the damage that sunspots 1301 and 1302 have already done to the magnetic field via CMEs link here. We must take all these things into consideration before we are caught unprepared or naked to the whole idea if you will

edit on 3-10-2011 by xxnibiruxx because: link



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by xxnibiruxx
reply to post by Jools
 


The earth's magnetic field, however is becoming more and more depleted by all the chemicals and fossil fuels being burned, leaving the earth and its inhabitants more exposed to these solar flares and CMEs emitted by our gigantic neighbor, so don't always assume completely "normal", and always prepare for "unexpected"
. Better to be safe than sorry
, although what else could we do but limit the burning of fossil fuels
and other chemicals by humans on this planet (seemingly impossible at the moment). We could all become more environmental perhaps to limit the depletion of the earth's magnetic field, but who knows if the damage we have done is irreversible at this point, not to mention the damage that sunspots 1301 1302 have already done to the magnetic field. We must take all these things into consideration before we are caught unprepared or naked to the whole idea if you will
i never really could understand how chemicals and gases could alter the magnetism of something. Something is either magnetically charged or it isnt. I must be missing a few chunks of my memories of high school science, lol



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:30 PM
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Thank you sun.

Don't know why I said that, but I just wanted to offer my appreciation for that giant ball of fire, which although only one among countless trillions, is nevertheless very prescious.



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:31 PM
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The earth's magnetic field, however is becoming more and more depleted by all the chemicals and fossil fuels being burned, leaving the earth and its inhabitants more exposed to these solar flares and CMEs

An interesting theory, do you have a link for it? I have heard numerous theories on the magnetic field and would be interested to read that scientific link.Including a pole shift as the source of the depletion of the magnetic field.



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:32 PM
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reply to post by ProudBird
 


a better analogy would be to have a few pinholes in the tub and see if any of the particles get sucked into them



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:33 PM
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Well found your threads are always on the money
look forward to seeing what we all can find out about the issues this event holds so lets get to WORK PEOPLE



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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Sure no problem



The collapse of the earth's magnetic field, which both guards the planet and guides many of its creatures, appears to have started in earnest about 150 years ago. The field's strength has waned 10 percent to 15 percent so far and this deterioration has accelerated of late, increasing debate over whether it portends a reversal of the lines of magnetic force that normally envelop the earth.


Here's the link related to depletion and pole reversal: The Collapse of the Earth's Magnetic Field

Also this: The Antarctic Ozone Hole
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