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Coronal Hole directly facing Earth, filament eruption

Aside from a nice filament eruption and a Coronal Hole directly facing Earth, thus allowing solar material to freely rush in our direction, solar activity has been at low levels during last 30 hours.

It is expected to remain low with a chance for M-class (R1-R2(Minor-Moderate)) and a slight chance for X-class (R3 (Strong)) flare activity over the next three days.

There are currently 9 numbered sunspot regions on the Earth side of the Sun but we saw only a few low level C-class flares.

Slight growth was observed in the intermediate spots of Regions 2055 (N13W30, Ehi/beta) and 2060 while the rest of the spotted regions are either stable or in decay.

Sunspots on May 13, 2014. Image credit: NASA SDO / HMI

NOAA forecasters estimate a 35% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on May 14 when a co-rotating interaction region (CIR) is expected to hit Earth’s magnetic field.

This sequence illustrates the propagation of a co-rotating interaction region (CIR) from Earth to Mars.Image credit: ESA

A CIR is a compression region between fast- and slow-moving solar wind streams. ​Solar wind plasma piles up in these regions, producing density gradients and shock waves capable of producing major geomagnetic storms.

A nice filament eruption was observed south of Region 2060 around 11:00 UTC on May 12:

Video courtesy of Solar Ham

With Coronal Hole directly facing Earth today, solar material is freely rushing toward Earth. It will take it a couple of days to intersect with Earth’s orbit.

Image credit: NASA SDO / AIA ( – May 13, 2014.

After a minor enhancement today, solar wind speed was in decline from approximately 460 km/s to 350 km/s. Nominal levels are expected to continue through the rest of the UTC day.

Another minor solar wind enhancement is expected on May 14 with the onset of a CIR preceding a recurrent positive-polarity Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS) that is expected late on May 14/early on May 15.

High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras.

Featured image: NASA / SDO.

The Secret Space Program and Breakaway Civilization – Richard Dolan Lecture

Have you ever heard the term, “Breakaway Civilization”? If not, Richard Dolan fills in the blanks logically and scientifically. Even skeptics can take the cotton out and not be horrified! This video was filmed in Amsterdam.

Published on Jan 28, 2014
The Secret Space Program: In this lecture Richard Dolan argues that the UFO phenomenon is infinitely more complex than many have previously suggested, and that human and non-human groups are behind what we call UFOs.

Solar Eclipse Will Transform Sun into ‘Ring of Fire’ April 29, 2014

The sun will look like a ring of fire above some remote parts of the world next Tuesday (April 29) during a solar eclipse, but most people around the world won’t get a chance to see it. Whereas lunar eclipses occur only when there’s a full moon, and solar eclipses only happen during a new moon. Half the world saw a lunar eclipse during the full moon on April 15. When a lunar eclipse occurs, it usually means there is also a solar eclipse at the preceding or following new moon.

Tuesday’s solar eclipse is known as an “annular” — rather than “total” — lunar eclipse. That’s because Tuesday’s eclipse will occur when the moon is close to its farthest distance from the Earth, making it too small to cover the sun completely. The resulting effect looks like a ring of fire, called an “annulus,” appears around the silhouette of the moon.

But most people won’t see the whole eclipse. The only place in the world where this annular eclipse will be visible is a small area in Antarctica. However, partial phases of the eclipse will be visible in other places. Most of those areas are in the ocean — rarely traveled ocean, in fact — but the entire continent of Australia will get a good view.

The annular solar eclipse of April 29, 2014 will only be total in a small area in Antarctica, but will be widely seen as a partial eclipse. The partial phases all be visible from most of Australia, and far across the southern Indian Ocean. It is seen here from Hobart, Tasmania.

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The best view of the eclipse will be from the island state of Tasmania. From Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, the eclipse will begin with the moon taking a tiny nick out of the sun’s edge at 3:51 p.m. local time (0551 GMT). Maximum eclipse will be at 5 p.m. (0700 GMT), and the sun will set at 5:17 p.m. (0717 GMT).

The Secret of Light – Walter Russell

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Major Planetary Discoveries in Our Solar System ~ Brazilian researchers discover asteroid with rings

Here’s an interesting analysis from Suspicious Observers on two new planets discovered in our solar system, and it sounds like this is just a beginning for more revelations to come. Last year, Andrew Bartzis said there were 66 planets in our solar system and it looks like it may not be long before that’s confirmed.

Brazilian researchers discover asteroid with rings

Posted 3:26 p.m. today
Updated 58 minutes ago

The European Southern Observatory announced this week the discovery of rings around an asteroid 1.4 billion miles from Earth. Chariklo is the largest of the class of asteroids orbiting the sun between Saturn and Uranus known as Centaurs. Results were published online today in the journal Nature.

Rings are not an unusual feature in the solar system. Each of the outer planets: Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and of course Saturn have rings. However Chariklo is the smallest ringed body found to date.

Just 160 miles wide, Chariklo’s ring system spans 12 miles with a five-mile gap between two dense rings.

“We weren’t looking for a ring and didn’t think small bodies like Chariklo had them at all, so the discovery – and the amazing amount of detail we saw in the system – came as a complete surprise!” says Felipe Braga-Ribas (Observatório Nacional/MCTI) author of the paper.

Researchers observed Chariklo during a June 2013 occultation visible only from South America. As the asteroid passed in front of star UCAC4 248-108672, the star’s brightness dimmed as expected. However it also dimmed seconds before and after. Comparisons of observations made from seven telescopes allowed researchers to construct a detailed view of the asteroid as well as the shape, width and orientation of the rings.

The discovery was made through observations using telescopes across South America. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Panchromatic Robotic Optical Monitoring and Polarimetry Telescopes (PROMPT) in Chile contributed to the effort.

PROMPT telescopes normally operate automatically, gathering images of Near Earth Asteroids (NEOs) and Trans-Neptunian Object (TNOs) for study at UNC and beyond.   For this event, UNC postdoctoral researcher Dr. Aaron LaCluyze took over manual control of the telescopes during the brief window when the asteroid passed in front of the star.

“When you download an image from an astronomical camera, there is a break in time when the camera is not exposing. If the occultation is going on during that ‘gap,’ you can miss it,” explained LaCluyze. “Since we have several telescopes, we can have them all looking at the same spot, and stagger the exposures so that at any given moment, at least one telescope is observing.”

The process was further sped up by downloading only the most important portions of the image to eliminate gaps in observations. This unique approach, along with a little luck, allowed PROMPT to be one of the few telescopes to image both the asteroid and its rings.

The rings, provisionally named Oiapoque and Chuí for rivers in Brazil, may be debris created by a past collision.

“So, as well as the rings, it’s likely that Chariklo has at least one small moon still waiting to be discovered,” added Ribas.

Major X4.9 Solar Flare February 25, 2014 ~ SolarWatcher

A major X4.9 Solar Flare was registered by newly numbered active region 11990 at 00:49 UTC this morning. Associated with this event was a 10cm radio bust reaching 3700 solar flux units with a duration of 85 minutes, an R3 (Strong) Solar Flare Radio Blackout and a very strong Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was observed leaving the blast site but will not have an earth bound component as the active region had just rotated the eastern limb.

M3-Class Solar Flare & Geomagnetic Storm Feb 20, 2014 ~ SolarWatcher

At 7:56 UTC this morning Active Region 11976 unleashed a strong M3-Class Solar Flare, a strong Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was also observed leaving the blast site but will not have an earth-bound component due to the proximity of the active region which is about to rotate off the western limb in the next 24 hours.

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Julien Wells Update: Battle between Reptilian Fleet and Silver Legion, with Chris Hales on The Long Conversation 13/14th Nov 2013

In the first hour Julien Wells will be reporting on information from his Pleadian and Silver Legion contacts regarding a space battle in our solar system that occurred in the last week between the Silver Legion, Andromeda Council forces,  other star races and a reptilian force that had entered the solar system.

In the second hour Ken and Scott Bartle will be on to discuss Intrinsic Sovereignty, the birthright of every human on this planet. Understanding this concept is the key to reclaim what has been hidden from us – our sovereignty and freedom.

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