gev_20120307_0002 2012/03/07 00:02:00 00:40:00 00:24:00 X5.4 N18E31 ( 1429 ) 40
gev_20120307_0105 2012/03/07 01:05:00 01:23:00 01:14:00 X1.3 N15E26 ( 1429 )
Major X5.4 Solar Flare + X1.3 Flare The second strongest solar flare of Cycle 24 in terms of X-Ray Flux, just peaked around Active Sunspot 1429. This major event measured X5.4 at 00:24 UTC and triggered a strong R3 Level Radio Blackout. This was followed shortly thereafter by an X1.3 event at 01:14 UTC. A coronal mass ejection will likely result and due to the sunspots more geoeffective position, there will be a chance for some sort of impact. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for images, video and more details should a CME be produced. Remember, You can also follow the latest updates on SolarHam Facebook and by clicking "LIKE".
We can have another 11 years if we understand,but very hard to say as long as the acceptance of some things is impossible,though I try.
Originally posted by dayve
isnt it every 11 years? and if the sun aready shot off flares of some sort, dont we have another 11 years to go......? Or does it not count unless its some kind of catastrophe since its 2000 ****in 12
As the words they have spoken before were real,I hope it's all about humor as it is not.
Originally posted by Suspiria
I suspect scientists are allowed a sense of humour too.
The high energy proton levels continue to rise following the strong solar flare from very early this morning.
A moderate S2 Level Radiation Storm is in progress andcontinues to rise. Strong S3 Level Radiation Storm levels are imminent.
The increase in proton levels are a direct result of the major solar flare activity from early Wednesday morning around Sunspot 1429.