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Solar Flare Sparks Biggest Eruption Ever Seen On Sun...Dave Mosher of National Geographic News
Published on Jun 10, 2013 WRITTEN BY AUTHOR OF VIDEO
For a 38 hour spell (June 3-4, 2013) the Solar Dynamics Observatory captured plasma whirling through a magnetic dance across the Sun's surface. Multiple 'sun tornadoes' appear to be supporting a long solar filament like pillars of fire.
EXCERPT: Solar weather can get so bad that it can take out satellites, cause black-outs and even — in the event of a powerful solar storm directed at the Earth — expose humans to harmful radiation, much like getting days worth of sunbathing all at once.
Bolden’s warning comes as a series of solar filaments race across the sun, filaments that have been explained by some as “solar tornadoes.”
June 14, 2013
Scientists see heightened activity on farside of the Sun
Posted on June 18, 2013
EXCERPT: June 18, 2013 – SPACE – Meanwhile on the farside of the sun, an un-numbered active region is seething with activity, and appears capable of significant eruptions. NASA’s STEREO-Behind spacecraft is stationed over the sun’s east limb with a good view of the hot spot (circled): During the early hours of June 18th, a long-duration flare from this active region hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) over the sun’s eastern limb. However, none of the rocky planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars) were in the line of fire. In a few days, the sun’s rotation will carry the active region around the eastern limb and onto the Earth-side of the sun. Then we will have a direct view of the underlying sunspot group and be able to better assess its potential for future flares. Stay tuned! –Space Weather
Solar watch: Earth hit by back to back geomagnetic storms
Posted on June 29, 2013
EXCERPT: June 29, 2013 – SPACE – EARTH-DIRECTED CME: When the current spate of geomagnetic storms is over, another could follow close on its heels. A coronal mass ejection (CME), pictured below, is expected to deliver a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field late on June 30th or early on July 31st. The cloud was propelled in our direction during the early hours of June 28th when magnetic filaments around sunspot AR1777 erupted. The explosion registered approximately C4 on the Richter Scale of Solar Flares. Because the CME is not heading squarely toward Earth, there is still a chance that it will miss. Stay tuned for updates as the arrival time approaches. – Space Weather
EXCERPT: With the sun nearing the peak of its 11-year cycle, scientists say a powerful solar storm may be headed our way, which could shut down electricity supply networks and disorient GPS and satellite systems. The worst known geomagnetic solar storm hit Earth in 1859, observed and sketched by astronomer Richard Carrington. The Carrington event upset global telegraph communications.