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posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:06 PM
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No problem


Very interesting days ahead.




posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:21 PM
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Amazing, during the last three years (or Cycle 24) These flares rank in at #3,#4 and #11....all in one day. I haven't seen this before, it's pretty interesting.

CLASS DATE YEAR SUNSPOT REGION
----- ------------ ---- ------
X6.9 - August 9 2011 (1263)
X5.4 - March 7 2012 (1429)
X3.2 - May 14 2013 (1748)
X2.8 - May 13 2013 (1748)
X2.2 - February 15 2011 (1158)
X2.1 - September 6 2011 (1283)
X1.9 - November 3 2011 (1339)
X1.9 - September 24 2011 (1302)
X1.8 - September 6 2011 (1283)
X1.8 - October 23 2012 (1598)
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X1.7 - May 13 2013 (1748)
X1.7 - January 27 2012 (1402)
X1.5 - March 9 2011 (1166)
X1.4 - July 12 2012 (1520)
X1.4 - September 22 2011 (1302)
X1.3 - March 7 2012 (1429)
X1.1 - July 6 2012 (1515)
X1.1 - March 4 2012 (1429)
M9.3 - August 4 2011 (1261)
M9.3 - July 30 2011 (1260)
M9.0 - October 20 2012 (1598)
M8.7 - January 23 2012 (1402)
M8.4 - March 10 2012 (1429)
M8.3 - February 6 2010 (1045)
M7.9 - March 13 2012 (1429)
M7.7 - July 19 2012 (1520)
M6.6 - February 13 2011 (1158)
M6.5 - April 11 2013 (1719)
M6.1 - July 28 2012 (1532)

SolarHam


New Sunspot 1748 is proving to be a big time flare producer. A major solar flare reaching X3.2 just peaked at 01:10 UTC. This is the third such explosion within the past 24 hours. The first measured X1.7 and the second X2.8. Two of the three solar flares is good enough to make it into the Top 10 List of strongest flares during Cycle 24. The active region is still not in the best position for Earth directed explosions, however that will change with each passing hour. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest updates.


Pretty impressive



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 11:31 PM
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Originally posted by iamhobo
Amazing, during the last three years (or Cycle 24) These flares rank in at #3,#4 and #11....all in one day. I haven't seen this before, it's pretty interesting.

CLASS DATE YEAR SUNSPOT REGION
----- ------------ ---- ------
X6.9 - August 9 2011 (1263)
X5.4 - March 7 2012 (1429)
X3.2 - May 14 2013 (1748)
X2.8 - May 13 2013 (1748)
X2.2 - February 15 2011 (1158)
X2.1 - September 6 2011 (1283)
X1.9 - November 3 2011 (1339)
X1.9 - September 24 2011 (1302)
X1.8 - September 6 2011 (1283)
X1.8 - October 23 2012 (1598)
---------------------------------------------
X1.7 - May 13 2013 (1748)
X1.7 - January 27 2012 (1402)
X1.5 - March 9 2011 (1166)
X1.4 - July 12 2012 (1520)
X1.4 - September 22 2011 (1302)
X1.3 - March 7 2012 (1429)
X1.1 - July 6 2012 (1515)
X1.1 - March 4 2012 (1429)
M9.3 - August 4 2011 (1261)
M9.3 - July 30 2011 (1260)
M9.0 - October 20 2012 (1598)
M8.7 - January 23 2012 (1402)
M8.4 - March 10 2012 (1429)
M8.3 - February 6 2010 (1045)
M7.9 - March 13 2012 (1429)
M7.7 - July 19 2012 (1520)
M6.6 - February 13 2011 (1158)
M6.5 - April 11 2013 (1719)
M6.1 - July 28 2012 (1532)

SolarHam


New Sunspot 1748 is proving to be a big time flare producer. A major solar flare reaching X3.2 just peaked at 01:10 UTC. This is the third such explosion within the past 24 hours. The first measured X1.7 and the second X2.8. Two of the three solar flares is good enough to make it into the Top 10 List of strongest flares during Cycle 24. The active region is still not in the best position for Earth directed explosions, however that will change with each passing hour. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest updates.


Pretty impressive








Indeed interesting.

Haven't seen this before either. Watching closely and if it happens again I'm gonna close the curtains.


Peace



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 11:39 PM
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Hey Jude!...
if you're into this subject
Suspicious0bservers is the one stop YT channel
www.youtube.com...
this guy has all the links, etc.
and daily summaries
he also has a good prediction rate for earthquakes


S&F



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 05:57 AM
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There's going on alot of Action up there.
Another Link for all of you.
I wonder if we'll see some more earth directed over the next couple of days.
stereo.ssl.berkeley.edu...



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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More info here, X 1.7, X 2.8 and X.3.2 ..

X-Class Solar Flare given off today

Two solar flare of M class today from big sunspot 1745
edit on 14-5-2013 by MariaLida because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 08:20 AM
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Not so bad in small boat, done it in a 19' twice with a five hp. Motor and small sail. Best calibrate your compass as we get lazy using gps. I rarely remove my compass cover any longer sailing the Gulf of Mexico.



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 10:01 AM
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Here is what I found on NASA... www.nasa.gov...

I am very concerned...hopefully all will be safe in space and on earth.



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by caladonea
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Here is what I found on NASA... www.nasa.gov...

I am very concerned...hopefully all will be safe in space and on earth.


Thanks for that.

From the source:

The sun emitted a third significant solar flare in under 24 hours, peaking at 9:11 p.m. EDT on May 13, 2013. This flare is classified as an X3.2 flare. This is the strongest X-class flare of 2013 so far, surpassing in strength the two X-class flares that occurred earlier in the 24-hour period. The flare was also associated with a coronal mass ejection, or CME. The CME began at 9:30 p.m. EDT and was not Earth-directed. Experimental NASA research models show that the CME left the sun at approximately 1,400 miles per second, which is particularly fast for a CME.

The models suggest that it will catch up to the two CMEs associated with the earlier flares. The merged cloud of solar material will pass by the Spitzer spacecraft and may give a glancing blow to the STEREO-B and Epoxi spacecraft. Their mission operators have been notified. If warranted, operators can put spacecraft into safe mode to protect the instruments from solar material.

www.nasa.gov...


The 3.2 is moving so fast that it will catch and merge with the previous 2. Crazy!

Peace



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 11:01 AM
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DTV reception already getting bad here. Normally I get 28 channels off of my 4 bay outdoor bowtie antenna.
Yesterday I noticed a few channels were starting to get choppy and today it's real bad.
A few local channels only 30 miles away are now blocked out that normally come in perfectly even in the worst weather, yet I am picking up a few channels that are 100+ miles away that rarely come in!
Not sure if I can attribute this to the solar flare yet or if it's tropospheric ducting (UHF signal summer time skip).
Either way this only started happening as of yesterday. I would imagine all other UHF communications are being affected like cell phones, distant WIFI, and other devices that rely on a line of sight path of communication.

I am an avid shortwave radio listener and radio electronics hobbyist so I will be watching the overall conditions from HF to UHF.
Last solar flare we had like this made shortwave communications impossible over long distances for most of the day.

When a flare hits the static you hear on a radio will increase greatly to the point where it's louder than the stations on the dial. It is very interesting how the static itself can sound when it hits. Kind of hard to describe unless you have heard it but it can get REAL loud and even fry radio electronics if it's a strong enough X class flare.



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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This probably explains the source of my right temporal lobe problems. The Sun can be brutal on those with sensitive minds. I swear I'm perceiving frequencies which would normally be subliminal to an ordinary person. Far out! This had better not be permanent; I might need help from one of those US MJ-12 scientists to get this thing figured out.

We're consciousnesses within the Earth's consciousness and one of the influences comes from the Sun, which is a consciousness in the galaxy. Frankly if we can see a flare it is influencing the Earth even though it is not a direct shot.

Yep, psych meds wouldn't cure solar flare influences. Truly a spiritual experience being on Earth under a series of X-class flares. Yeouch.



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 12:13 PM
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Thanks for this! I would have never found out until a week later these solar flares are going on.

This is probably why my internet (some hops through cell phone towers) are acting with some strange pings and packetloss.

I just hope the telco company doesn't start using the Sun as an excuse for internet connection problems =b



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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doubt anything will come from this, but you never know.

thanks for posting



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by Sandalphon
This probably explains the source of my right temporal lobe problems. The Sun can be brutal on those with sensitive minds. I swear I'm perceiving frequencies which would normally be subliminal to an ordinary person. Far out! This had better not be permanent; I might need help from one of those US MJ-12 scientists to get this thing figured out.

We're consciousnesses within the Earth's consciousness and one of the influences comes from the Sun, which is a consciousness in the galaxy. Frankly if we can see a flare it is influencing the Earth even though it is not a direct shot.

Yep, psych meds wouldn't cure solar flare influences. Truly a spiritual experience being on Earth under a series of X-class flares. Yeouch.


I'll have whatever he's using


Seriously, I read about these things a couple of times and it can be quite fascinating



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 12:59 PM
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Wow, spaceweather just freaked me out...



Must be a glitch..



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 02:22 PM
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This morning and up until this afternoon I couldn't get in touch with anyone who were Sprint users like myself. There was major interference when I continuously called my bf and the same happened when he tried calling me. All seems well now but this morning and afternoon was a JOKE. I talked to so many people... and none were who I intended.

I get home and wonder if it's the Sun (flares) and guess what.. I can't get Spaceweather.com to work. Its down for some reason. Then I get on here to see if there was any flares to speak of,... and yep... there is.

I really wonder if it has something to do with the phone issue this morning?



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 03:18 PM
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Just my opinion ,but the sun is the output of a large black hole and when planets get sucked in the black hole and ground up for fuel for the sun there could be material that have enough velocity to punch through and cause flares.If this is true the process could reverse itself ,as we know a collapsing stars can form black holes,maybe these are clues about our future.



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 03:23 PM
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How strange.
I've just tried to get on there site but its not loading!



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 03:26 PM
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Hmmmm, spaceweather.com seems to be down right now.

Perhaps they've received too much traffic and their site crashed?



posted on May, 14 2013 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by redtic
Wow, spaceweather just freaked me out...



Must be a glitch..


Does anybody know whats really happening ? wow...





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