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NASA Cover Up? Respected Astronomer Claims Second Sun Exists

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Solar wind flowing from the coronal hole could reach Earth on Jan. 2-3-2016. Credit: SDO/AIA.

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DECAYING SUNSPOT: Big sunspot AR2473, the source of the incoming CME, is no longer as potent as it was earlier this week. Philippe Tosi of Nîmes, France, photographed the sunspot's decaying core on Dec. 30th.

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Is The White House Preparing For A 'Doomsday' Solar Flare?

Frighteningly Enormous Solar Flare Update: White House Prepares For Coronal Mass Ejection, Potential Catastrophic Space Weather Events

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The slow explosion also produced a coronal mass ejection (CME). Images from the Solar and Heliospheric Obseratory (SOHO) show a ragged, full-halo CME heading almost directly toward Earth.

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SUNSPOT ERUPTS, HURLS CME TOWARD EARTH: After several days of pent-up quiet, big sunspot AR2473 erupted on Dec. 28th (12:49 UT), producing a slow but powerful M1.9-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the blast's extreme ultraviolet glow.

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SOLARHAM.com Coronal Mass Ejection (November 11, 2015) - LASCO C2

Solar Cycle 24 | Space Weather and Amateur Radio Website

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SOLARHAM.com Coronal Mass Ejection (November 11, 2015) - LASCO C2

Solar Cycle 24 | Space Weather and Amateur Radio Website

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Large Filament (November 13, 2015) - SDO/HMI. A large plasma dense filament channel is front and center today and should be monitored during the next several days.

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SpaceWeather.com -- A research aircraft organized by the UAE Space Agency and the International Astronomy Center is reporting the first images of WT1190F disintegrating off the coast of Sri Lanka on Friday the 13th.

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Space Weather News for Oct. 23, 2015 http://spaceweather.com THE SOLAR FLARE THAT WOULDN'T END: Typical solar flares are finished in a matter of minutes. On Oct. 22nd, a solar flare in the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2434 lasted for more than 3 hours. The slow explosion produced a CME, which is expected to deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on Oct. 25th.

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Attached image below by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captures a prominence eruption off the northeast limb Tuesday evening. A quantity of plasma may have been flung into space leading to a possible coronal mass ejection. Due to the non Earth facing locaton, it will be directed away from our planet.

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Coronal Holes: 15 Oct 2015. Earth is inside a stream of solar wind flowing from this sprawling northern coronal hole. Credit: SDO/AIA.

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SpaceWeather.com --AFTER LAST WEEK'S "MASSIVE AURORAS," WHAT WILL THIS WEEK BRING? Arctic sky watchers are still buzzing about last week's 3-day outburst of Northern Lights. Many veteran observers ranked it as the brightest display they had seen in years. Photographer Ole Salomonsen was one of them. "On Friday, Oct. 9th, I was treated with perhaps the most massive aurora I have ever witnessed," he says.

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A solar wind stream flowing from a now geoeffective coronal hole (#95 in attached SDO image) is expected to reach Earth later today. A minor (G1) geomagnetic storm watch will be in effect.

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This coronal mass ejection (CME) erupted into space on August 31, 2012, traveling over 900 miles per second. It connected with Earth’s magnetic field with a glancing blow.

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The most interesting event of the past 24 hours was a dual M-Flare event around region 2371 during the early hours of June 21. An M2.0 flare was quickly followed up by an M2.6 event at 02:34 UTC. A full halo coronal mass ejection (CME) became visible soon after in coronagraph imagery and appears to be Earth directed.

Double M-Flare + Coronal Mass Ejection (6/21/2015) - SolarHam.com

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June 22, 2015 @ 18:03 UTC Strong Solar Flare Detected A solar flare measuring M6.5 was detected on Monday afternoon peaking at 18:23 UTC. The latest blast produced yet another coronal mass ejection (CME) that appears headed towards Earth. An impact to our geomagnetic field will be possible by as Early as June 24th. This could trigger another round of geomagnetic storming .

M6.5 Solar Flare and Coronal Mass Ejection (6/22/2015) - SolarHam.com

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MEANWHILE ... ANOTHER CME IS ON THE WAY: Big sunspot AR2371 erupted again on June 22nd (18:23 UT), producing a strong M6.5 class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash.

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SOLSTICE GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A series of CMEs hit Earth's magnetic field on June 22nd, producing a severe G4-class geomagnetic storm. Northern Lights spilled across the Canadian border into more than a dozen US states, including places as far south as Colorado, Georgia, Virginia and Arkansas. "The auroras did not disappoint," says Chris Cook, who witnessed the display from Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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June 18, 2015 @ 12:15 UTC Limb Eruption / Radiation Storm (UPDATED) Good evening. An eruption off the west limb registering as an M1.2 solar flare was observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) during the early hours of June 18, 2015. The event likely hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space, but due to the location behind the west limb, is more than likely to be directed away from our planet.

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SPECTACULAR EXPLOSION MISSES EARTH: Departing sunspot AR2365 erupted on June 18th at 0130UT, producing a spectacular prominence on the sun's western limb. Click on the image to play a movie recorded by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory:

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An artist's conception of dust in the moon's exosphere (thin atmosphere). The color shows the amount... - Daniel Morgan and Jamey Szalay

The Moon's Puzzling Dust Cloud Finally Yields an Answer

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Conspiracy Theorists Believe 'Jade Helm' Military Training Exercise Is Preparation For Apocalypse | Opposing Views

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SOLARHAM.com | Coronal Mass Ejections, Wednesday June 3, 2015

Prominence Eruptions (6/3/2015) - SolarHam.com

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