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posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:14 PM
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Five hours of data is missing from SECCHI-A COR2 from 20131119 @ 1154 hours to 1654 hours.

secchi.nrl.navy.mil...

..........check out the massive flare that abruptly erupted at 1100 hours. Something is not right with our SUN and I think the next two weeks will be interesting.




posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:25 PM
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Link doesn't work

Error: Hour Range Incorrect - Start Hour 0 must be before End Hour 0



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:27 PM
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superman2012
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Link doesn't work

Error: Hour Range Incorrect - Start Hour 0 must be before End Hour 0


Confirmed here as well. Does OP have a screen cap?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:36 PM
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Observatory:
SECCHI-A COR2

Image Size:
512 x 512

Date:
20131119

Start Hour:
00

End Hour:
23

Frames are missing from 1154 hours to 1654 hours.

Here's the URL from the actual movies page.

secchi.nrl.navy.mil...
edit on 21-11-2013 by thestillborn1 because: added URL



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:42 PM
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thestillborn1
Five hours of data is missing from SECCHI-A COR2 from 20131119 @ 1154 hours to 1654 hours.

secchi.nrl.navy.mil...

..........check out the massive flare that abruptly erupted at 1100 hours. Something is not right with our SUN and I think the next two weeks will be interesting.



Interesting.....I see what you are talking about and the last image prior to the missing shows what looks like a massive eruption.



Here is the link and you can see on the left side scrolling through the timeline that it skips from 11-16

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edit on 11/21/13 by Vasa Croe because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:49 PM
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They also skip it on H1A but when it comes back at the 16 mark there is this:



So what is that huge blast

Then the last image in that sequence is:



I don't know ANYTHING about these cams but that does not look like something nice.

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posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:50 PM
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COR1 will not display any data from the same date and time as COR2..........Something is not right!



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 02:58 PM
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thestillborn1
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COR1 will not display any data from the same date and time as COR2..........Something is not right!


Don't know much about this data but I do think it odd that no data is observable for a few hours and with it coming just after what appears to be a very large eruption from the sun.

What is the HI 1 camera? Why does that look so nasty for the same time frame?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:01 PM
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The EUVI's will not display any data from 20131119 either.............???????????



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:03 PM
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Vasa Croe
They also skip it on H1A but when it comes back at the 16 mark there is this:



So what is that huge blast

Then the last image in that sequence is:



I don't know ANYTHING about these cams but that does not look like something nice.

Source


Wow thats amazing. Space weather isn't a topic of mine. Is that bad?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:07 PM
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From Solarham's Blog



Updated 11/19/2013 @ 20:05 UTC
MAJOR SOLAR FLARE
A major solar flare measuring X1.0 was observed around sunspot 1893 at 10:26 UTC Tuesday morning. A type II radio emission with a velocity of 1049 km/s was associated with this event. The active region is about to rotate onto the southwest limb and is no longer in the best position for Earth directed eruptions. Further updates regarding a possible CME to follow.
CME Update # 2: New imagery released by LASCO C3 captures a coronal mass ejection (CME) leaving the sun following the X1.0 solar flare early this morning. As expected, the plasma cloud appears to be headed away from Earth. Proton levels streaming past Earth remain elevated this afternoon, but fall short of the minor S1 radiation storm threshold. Click HERE for image.


This would be the flare we see in those images just prior to the data loss. Is it possible the sats were shutdown by NASA so there wouldn't be damage, or that the transmission of the data from the satellites was corrupted by this event?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:08 PM
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LASCO 2 for the same time frame has some crazy looking images as well.....







posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:16 PM
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SolarObserver
From Solarham's Blog



Updated 11/19/2013 @ 20:05 UTC
MAJOR SOLAR FLARE
A major solar flare measuring X1.0 was observed around sunspot 1893 at 10:26 UTC Tuesday morning. A type II radio emission with a velocity of 1049 km/s was associated with this event. The active region is about to rotate onto the southwest limb and is no longer in the best position for Earth directed eruptions. Further updates regarding a possible CME to follow.
CME Update # 2: New imagery released by LASCO C3 captures a coronal mass ejection (CME) leaving the sun following the X1.0 solar flare early this morning. As expected, the plasma cloud appears to be headed away from Earth. Proton levels streaming past Earth remain elevated this afternoon, but fall short of the minor S1 radiation storm threshold. Click HERE for image.


This would be the flare we see in those images just prior to the data loss. Is it possible the sats were shutdown by NASA so there wouldn't be damage, or that the transmission of the data from the satellites was corrupted by this event?


Your explanation fits the Occam's Razor..........it's quite possible but I'm not totally convinced due to the lack of data from the other cams.



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:16 PM
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So....anyone that knows anything about this stuff have any more insight on these pics and why the missing frames?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:16 PM
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bad post, sorry
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posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:19 PM
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SolarObserver
From Solarham's Blog



Updated 11/19/2013 @ 20:05 UTC
MAJOR SOLAR FLARE
A major solar flare measuring X1.0 was observed around sunspot 1893 at 10:26 UTC Tuesday morning. A type II radio emission with a velocity of 1049 km/s was associated with this event. The active region is about to rotate onto the southwest limb and is no longer in the best position for Earth directed eruptions. Further updates regarding a possible CME to follow.
CME Update # 2: New imagery released by LASCO C3 captures a coronal mass ejection (CME) leaving the sun following the X1.0 solar flare early this morning. As expected, the plasma cloud appears to be headed away from Earth. Proton levels streaming past Earth remain elevated this afternoon, but fall short of the minor S1 radiation storm threshold. Click HERE for image.


This would be the flare we see in those images just prior to the data loss. Is it possible the sats were shutdown by NASA so there wouldn't be damage, or that the transmission of the data from the satellites was corrupted by this event?


He also writes that it was at 10:26...the pics in my post indicate later....were there perhaps 2 flares back to back?



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:21 PM
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Vasa Croe
LASCO 2 for the same time frame has some crazy looking images as well.....






Your images cover the first CME (which is in the COR2 movie) but not the huge one which came immediately after this at the 1149 hour on the opposite side of the SUN.

Perhaps someone can capture an image!



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:23 PM
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and this is the listing of flares for the 19th from SolarSoft

27 gev_20131119_0014 2013/11/19 00:14:00 00:56:00 00:36:00 C1.8 S20W28 ( 1897 )
28 gev_20131119_0351 2013/11/19 03:51:00 04:51:00 04:19:00 C1.3 S18W67 ( 1900 )
29 gev_20131119_0501 2013/11/19 05:01:00 05:57:00 05:25:00 C1.9 S20W65 ( 1900 )
30 gev_20131119_0504 2013/11/19 05:04:00 05:37:00 05:26:00 C1.8 S20W64 ( 1900 )
31 gev_20131119_1014 2013/11/19 10:14:00 10:34:00 10:26:00 X1.0 S13W69 ( 1893 )
32 gev_20131119_1648 2013/11/19 16:48:00 16:56:00 16:51:00 C1.1 S19W41 ( 1897 )
33 gev_20131119_1703 2013/11/19 17:03:00 17:09:00 17:06:00 C1.3 S13W72 ( 1893 )
34 gev_20131119_1755 2013/11/19 17:55:00 18:05:00 18:01:00 C2.1 S13W73 ( 1893 )
35 gev_20131119_1812 2013/11/19 18:12:00 18:19:00 18:15:00 C1.6 S13W74 ( 1893 )

That is one mean looking flare which appears earth directed X.1

Maybe not Earth directed but at ISON which is flying past Mercury's orbit?
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posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:28 PM
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Here is the actual frame data from COR2:

38/69 20131119_110800_dbc2A.png

.............it erupted at 1108 hours. The timing is off from LASCO.



posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 03:30 PM
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This one is from 2011 and it's quite similar.

On that occasion the experts said:


But don't panic. The occurrence will potentially cause little more than a spectacular show of the aurora borealis, which could spread as far south as the Northern United States.

So I'm pretty sure we're safe, for now

...one hell of a show though...





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