Major EARTH FACING X3.1 Solar Flare - Oct 24, 2014

Major EARTH FACING X3.1 Solar Flare - Oct 24, 2014

MTE1_FUfGSE ANOTHER X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !! Active Region 12192 unleashed another major Solar Flare today. Peaking to X3.1 at 21:40 UTC. Associated with this event was an R3 Radio Blackout with a duration of 19 minutes. This long duration event appears to have a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) but not...

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch April 2014

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch April 2014

zai4lisSQK4 Two strong Planetary Alignments (Mars-Earth-Mercury on April 15-16) and (Mars-Earth-Uranus on April 21-23) feature prominently this month may coincide with significant earthquakes to be registered at high latitudes (Alaska, Norwegian Sea) between 7.0- 7.5 Magnitude on either April 15-16...

Major X1.6 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

Major X1.6 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

gYg9ZE_Rkb4 ANOTHER X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE ! Active Region 12192 produced another major solar flare, this time peaking to X1.6 at 14:28 UTC. Associated with this blast was a R3 radio blackout. No significant Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) has been seen following this eruption.

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch March 2-4, 2014

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch March 2-4, 2014

wVqIlBycXNc Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch March 2-4, 2014 Two very strong Planetary Alignments (Venus-Sun-Uranus on March 2), (Mars-Venus-Mercury on March 4) combined Lunar alignments March 3&4 with Uranus and Mars may indicate a potential for an earthquake to be registered at high lat...

Strong M8.7 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

Strong M8.7 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

gTZ4q-1KY-s STRONG M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE ! Active Region 12192 continues to produce sizable solar flares with 8 M-Class and an X1.1 barrage in less than four days, the latest a very strong M8.7 at 01:59 UTC this morning. As yet no significant Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) have followed these eruptio...

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Major EARTH FACING X3.1 Solar Flare - Oct 24, 2014

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ANOTHER X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !!
Active Region 12192 unleashed another major Solar Flare today. Peaking to X3.1 at 21:40 UTC. Associated with this event was an R3 Radio Blackout with a duration of 19 minutes. This long duration event appears to have a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) but not yet visible on satellite imagery, this active region was directly earth-facing at the time of the eruption and and any outgoing CME will be earth directed. more information once solar imagery is available.

 
Major X1.6 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

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ANOTHER X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !
Active Region 12192 produced another major solar flare, this time peaking to X1.6 at 14:28 UTC. Associated with this blast was a R3 radio blackout. No significant Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) has been seen following this eruption.


 
MAJOR X1.1 Solar Flare - October 19, 2014

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MAJOR X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !
Active Region 12192 unleashed a Major X1.1 solar flare at 05:03 UTC this morning. This spectacular long duration event implies a large coronal mass ejection (CME) will be following, however the ejecta seems to have a strong component heading well south of the ecliptic plane and not heading towards the earth. As yet no CME is visible in solar telemetry, stay tuned for updates.



 
Strong M8.7 Solar Flare - October 22, 2014

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STRONG M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !
Active Region 12192 continues to produce sizable solar flares with 8 M-Class and an X1.1 barrage in less than four days, the latest a very strong M8.7 at 01:59 UTC this morning. As yet no significant Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) have followed these eruptions with the bulk of ejecta heading well south of the ecliptic plane. This Active Region will be earth-facing in 2-3 days, meanwhile the north eastern limb another significant active region is about to rotate onto the earth-facing side of the disk. More information when solar imagery updates.


 
M4.3 Solar Flare - October 16, 2014

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STRONG M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE !
An impulsive M4.3 Solar Flare was registered at 13:03 today from an active region yet to turn the earth facing solar disk and will be numbered once it does so. This active region could provide fireworks in the days ahead. As yet no Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is available via satellite imagery but we can expect a large CME headed towards mars once imagery becomes available. Associated with this blast was 10cm radio burst with a duration of 60 seconds and a peak flux of 180 sfu.



 
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