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    Default Re: Sun Stuff: What's up!

    Whoah....makes me feel like we are in The Truman Show.
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    i was just surpriesed no body had anything to say..thats all thanks for the feed back sidney...im not alone..i feel better.

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    Also, many of us here that do hang around on this thread are physically affected by the solar activity. And I just think that it does not affect most people. Aren't we the lucky ones. LOL.............. not. But, maybe the lurkers that don't say anything just feel like it simply out of our control.
    My opinion is that there are MANY craft that are up there near the sun. Can you imagine the heat? And IMO, NASA has full knowledge of these. Are they ours????? So many questions, so few answers.

    But those images from today, different than anything I have seen so far. Could they be some kind of glitch in the cameras?? ON TWO DIFFERENT ANGLES???
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    ya it could be some camera glitch...but you and i know from watching soho all the time ....years....that,s a picture that is usually pixeled out and for some reason...someone was asleep at the wheel

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    Quote Posted by loc333 (here)
    huge object interacting with the sun and no one has something to say here at avolon?
    This is not one of the busier threads, (it should be IMO, but what you going to do??LOL)

    But I agree on the WTF is going on up there anyway. There is a lot of extremely weird stuff that is captured on those cameras, and many time I wonder why nobody pays attention. But IF those really are objects, they are MASSIVE.
    Exactly, if they really are objects. I suspect they are either artefacts of the camera and/or the image processing.

    I suspect that simply because it seems these 'objects' haven't been noticed and reported by any amateur solar/radio astronomers - and many of them have detecting equipment for signals right through the visible, RF and gamma ray spectrum. Some of the objects look so big you could see them with the naked eye if they were in visible light, and even if only in UV, IR, x-ray or gamma ray they simply couldn't go unnoticed by everyone.

    But that theory isn't as attractive as something out there that's being covered up by TPTB, but somehow they let these images out so it can be discussed on here...

    Mmmmm

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    huge object interacting with the sun and no one has something to say here at avolon?
    This is not one of the busier threads, (it should be IMO, but what you going to do??LOL)

    But I agree on the WTF is going on up there anyway. There is a lot of extremely weird stuff that is captured on those cameras, and many time I wonder why nobody pays attention. But IF those really are objects, they are MASSIVE.
    Exactly, if they really are objects. I suspect they are either artefacts of the camera and/or the image processing.

    I suspect that simply because it seems these 'objects' haven't been noticed and reported by any amateur solar/radio astronomers - and many of them have detecting equipment for signals right through the visible, RF and gamma ray spectrum. Some of the objects look so big you could see them with the naked eye if they were in visible light, and even if only in UV, IR, x-ray or gamma ray they simply couldn't go unnoticed by everyone.

    But that theory isn't as attractive as something out there that's being covered up by TPTB, but somehow they let these images out so it can be discussed on here...

    Mmmmm

    Nick
    Right, and the fact that the images are still there pretty much sums up that it is artifact due to malfunctions. If those were real objects, no way would they not be seen by someone. And the sun doesn;t just go dark without being noticed.
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    Something's going on, it's not updating either. It still shows the same picture. It might be a big malfunction. Hopefully, It'll get back online.
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    I am not feeling too bad today even though the electrons have been diving more.

    I think Wind posted this before but this is one of the last images from EVE before she went down.
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    It's back online! yeah! Don't know if that was just me but she's back with new images.

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    huge object interacting with the sun and no one has something to say here at avolon?
    I would say something if I knew it made sense...
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    Odd, SDO/AIA Imagery is not functioning now. I was looking at several bits of imagery which showed a subtle glow on top of the photos, as though the data feed was still going but it was misaligned and focused below the sun and not at the sun. Like it was catching just a bit of the bottom of the sun.Odd. Now when I went to copy these two images they weren't there. Not that they showed much.

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    Yes, I think it was misaligned which they haven't quite got it centered properly yet but closer. NASA has their glitches lately
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    Okay, sorry NASA it's the other left. The other left, the other direction. I'm sorry I couldn't resist that. In space there is no up or down it's easy to get confused.
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    Say, if you're a noob to astronomy and solar issues...Is this the right place to be asking questions? Or is there a more appropriate thread to do that? Because I would like to be able to look at those charts and instantly understand what I'm seeing without having to look up the manual everytime.
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    Quote Posted by Violet (here)
    Say, if you're a noob to astronomy and solar issues...Is this the right place to be asking questions? Or is there a more appropriate thread to do that? Because I would like to be able to look at those charts and instantly understand what I'm seeing without having to look up the manual everytime.
    I ask questions here. And there is an astronomy & cosmology section. But I favor this thread. Depends on the question of course some may be a better for general discussion. I have found the more complicated the equipment, the simpler the instruction manual tends to be. Except computers that's different.

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    i would like to say this is an important thread and if something crazy happenes to the sun you will probaly see it here first.... in the whole world this is it

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    "The Sun Is Eerily Quiet, And Scientists Aren't Sure Why"

    Apart from the superfluous adjective in the headline, quite an interesting piece. Although we don't need to get exited, the sun's been there for 4bn years without significant mishap, and we've only been properly observing it for a couple of hundred years at most. Based on such a short observational period, we only know what it has done very recently, and have no idea how it can behave long term. The sun almost certainly isn't broken!

    But since we're all still here I reckon apart from the occasional Carrington-type event, there's nothing for Joe Public to worry about.

    But you never know do you...?

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