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.
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?
SECCHI-A EUVI 171A is missing the same data.
So, I assume that they actually shutdown the cams to keep them from being damaged.
Are they all missing data from roughly the same time period?
[ex]A 10 cm radio burst associated with the solar flare was observed at 10:20 UT. This radio noise is generally short-lived but can cause interference for sensitive receivers including radar, GPS, and satellite communications.
A potential impact of the solar flare is a wide area blackout of HF (high frequency) radio communication for about an hour on large portions of the sunlit side of Earth, strongest at the sub-solar point. A radio blackout alert, scale: R3 – Strong, was issued by NOAA.
A Type II radio burst was also observed starting at 10:24 UT. Type II emissions occur in association with eruptions on the sun and typically indicate a coronal mass ejection is associated with a flare event. The estimated speed is 1049 km/s UT.
reply to post by Goedhardt
I applaud you for your disclosure and aggree with your inquiry. I sincerely believe there is something wrong with our SUN. Perhaps it's just the solar cycle; I don't think so.
Hint-Hint: Didn't we just get more global warming BS from the MSM?
I have a theory, but I will not put it out there because I think it's pure speculation. I'm not a fan of doom porn and I do not promote it. We will know soon! Just remember you heard it here first.
edit on 22-11-2013 by thestillborn1 because: added data..............
reply to post by MariaLida
Sorry; but your thread link was for data from 20131117.
The data from the cameras are generally processed forty eight hours after they're taken. My thread here was for 20131119 camera uploads. Data is missing (from all of the cameras) from 1100 hours to 1600 hours on 20131119.