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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - slightly faster than normal, but proton count is nil
    speed: 442.0 km/sec
    density: 0.6 protons/cm3



    Note the AR2205 cluster.. That one could send out more X-class flares. Nov. 7th an X-flare from AR2205 launched a CME that might deliver a glancing blow to earth's magnetic field leading to unsettled or storm conditions.

    Radio Sun - slightly elevated in the microwave band.
    10.7 cm flux: 132 sfu



    There are no coronal holes directly facing, but the bottom of the image shows a massive geometrical hole.

    There have been great auroral geometrical images in the last few days:








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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - slightly up on speed and proton count about normal now.
    speed: 457.5 km/sec
    density: 4.9 protons/cm3

    Radio Sun about the same for microwave emission hitting the earth.
    10.7 cm flux: 132 sfu

    Interplanetary Mag. Field is up a bit.
    Btotal: 11.0 nT
    Bz: 8.8 nT north

    Auroral ovals are strong - http://services.swpc.noaa.gov/images...hemisphere.png



    Coronal hole pattern about the same as earlier in the day.

    ============

    As of - 0600 UT

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 4 unsettled
    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled

    Interplanetary Mag. Field - increased
    Btotal: 14.6 nT
    Bz: 11.8 nT north

    and

    Solar wind proton density has increased
    speed: 435.9 km/sec
    density: 7.6 protons/cm3

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    Why has the proton level been going up and down all day, wind speed increasing and decreasing?

    Quote INFO FROM SIDC - RWC BELGIUM 2014 Nov 10 12:42:18

    NOAA active region 2205 produced another M flare (M2.3) peaking at 15:32 UT
    as well as another handful of C flares.

    The CME corresponding to yesterdays filament eruption is confirmed to be
    non Earth directed.

    Flaring at M level is expected to continue from region 2205, while old
    region 2192 is about to rotate back onto the disc.

    With NOAA AR rotating onto the western hemisphere chances for a proton
    event are increasing.Solar wind total magnetic field experienced a jump
    around 1:30 UT, increasing suddenly from around 10 nT to around 24 nT.

    Bz
    This was mostly positive after the jump but had peaks to below -8nT and there
    was an extended period of -8nT yesterday late before the shock. Solar wind
    speed increased from levels around 440 km/s to levels around 480 km/s with
    peaks over 550 km/s.

    Also density and temperature saw a slight increase.

    This thus marks the earlier than expected arrival of the November 7 CME.

    Total magnetic field has meanwhile decreased again to levels near 13 nT.

    Geomagnetic conditions were quiet to unsettled, reaching active levels with
    the shock arrival.

    Fluctuating solar wind conditions may last for the remainder of the day
    with possible periods of active geomagnetic conditions.
    Last edited by Bob; 10th November 2014 at 22:39.

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - slightly up in speed, proton count normal
    speed: 487.9 km/sec
    density: 4.3 protons/cm3


    The remains of AR2192 do not appear to pose a threat for strong flares looking at what is left.


    Radio Sun - slightly up indicating solar microwaves are hitting the earth.
    10.7 cm flux: 153 sfu

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 7.1 nT
    Bz: 7.1 nT north
    both are in the normal range



    large coronal holes are earth facing with particle stream energy expected to reach earth by the 17th-18th

    Auroral images are linear in geometry

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - speed is up with small amount of protons, not too dense..
    speed: 654.1 km/sec
    density: 1.5 protons/cm3

    Radio Sun - microwave energy is UP higher than normal levels. This would increase bio-tension. Anyone notice today has been a tad "stressful" ?
    10.7 cm flux: 161 sfu



    auroral activity is STRONG

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 4 unsettled
    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled

    and

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 7.1 nT
    Bz: 2.4 nT south

    when it is south oriented, energetic planetary activity can happen, quakes, storms, agitation..



    there are TWO large earth side facing coronal holes, leading to particle streams hitting the earth.

    pretty intense aurora -




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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - a little slower than normal, with a little bit higher proton count
    speed: 396.6 km/sec
    density: 6.7 protons/cm3



    AR2209 and 2214 pointing this way. AR2209 has been active before and this second go around has shown some CME activity, minor though..

    Radio Sun - microwave levels are still up and are similar to when AR2209 was emitting during the previous pass.
    10.7 cm flux: 170 sfu



    There are no large coronal holes facing earthside.. There are some strong geometry appearing in the fields though.

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 7.1 nT
    Bz: 4.7 nT south

    Southbound field with a potential for strong aura activity

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - all normal on wind speed and proton count
    speed: 417.8 km/sec
    density: 3.2 protons/cm3



    AR2209 is still emitting earthbound microwaves, sparking and crackling as it did last month.

    Radio Sun is slightly less than it was earlier, still emitting enough microwaves to be energetically annoying.
    10.7 cm flux: 163 sfu

    Planetary K-index from previous days activity
    Now: Kp= 4 unsettled
    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled



    Strong geometry and crack like images are appearing, however NASA and NOAA are still saying there are no 'large' coronal holes earth facing

    Auroras are quite spectacular with strong geometry






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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - less proton counts than normal, wind speed slowing down
    speed: 387.8 km/sec
    density: 2.4 protons/cm3



    AR2216 AR2209 and AR2214 are pointed towards earth, leading for some higher than normal microwave energy levels

    Radio Sun - microwave energy hitting earth from the sun
    10.7 cm flux: 167 sfu

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 2 quiet
    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled prediction



    although there are no large earth facing coronal holes, there are a few present, not directly pointing at earth. Geometry IS present in both.

    Auroras were matching the thin geometrical openings on the sun




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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - slower still, with even less proton count density
    speed: 361.6 km/sec
    density: 1.6 protons/cm3



    AR2209 the sunspot which was crackling last month and this month has traveled to the periphery, is still putting some noise out, but for the most part remains quiet.

    AR2216 and AR2217 are emitting microwaves "noise"

    Radio Sun - microwave output is the highest it has been in the last week.
    10.7 cm flux: 173 sfu

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 2 quiet
    24-hr max: Kp= 3 quiet

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 6.3 nT
    Bz: 0.7 nT north


    No really large earth pointing coronal holes, but with what is present (the darker areas) there is some interesting geometry present

    Auroras were quite bright


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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - low and slow - proton count remains low and wind speed is about normal to the slow end
    speed: 357.2 km/sec
    density: 2.4 protons/cm3



    At least 6 earth facing sunspots producing microwaves aimed at earth.

    Radio Sun - microwave emission remains high, but slightly less than yesterday
    10.7 cm flux: 172 sfu

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 2 quiet
    24-hr max: Kp= 2 quiet

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 5.4 nT
    Bz: 5 nT south - with a south-pointing field orientation any flare hitting the earth could make for a lot of unsettled activity. The existing solar wind particles that gained access to the earth fields, then fueled the existing auroral displays.



    There are no current large earth facing coronal holes. There remains discrete geometry in the existing coronal holes.

    Auroras -


    The linear geometry in the coronal geometry matched the aurora patterns observed.


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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    These are spectacular photos! Breathtaking, really.
    "One ship drives east and another drives west with the selfsame winds that blow. 'Tis the set of the sails and not the gales which tells them the way to go." Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Bob, for years now I have been checking almost daily on the solar winds and proton density. I wondered if ever I emailed friends about particularly high densities, and found this report for February 14, 2013 (copied below).
    You will see it gives density as 47.8 protons/cm3.
    I do recall some time earlier (a year or more?) seeing proton density up in the 70+ region. Do you have any such recollection of it that high? I've been watching this for many years.

    Solar wind
    speed: 377.7 km/sec
    density: 47.8 protons/cm3
    Valentine's Day in Scandinavia began with a magnetic storm. Rob Stammes of the Polar Light Center in Lofoten, Norway, reports: "Our instruments recorded 2o swings in the local magnetic field, which induced strong electrical currents in the ground outside our lab." The needles on his chart recorder were swinging wildly:
    (pic given) Overhead we saw some fantastic auroras," he adds.
    The storm was caused by a region of south-pointing magnetism in the solar wind that wafted past Earth during the early hours of Feb. 14th. The solar wind's south-pointing magnetic field partially canceled Earth's north-pointing magnetic field, opening a crack in our planet's magnetosphere. Solar wind poured in to fuel the storm.

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    Further email searches found 39.9 protons per cm3 on Septemer 22-23, 2013:

    FROM SPACE WEATHER DOT COM

    Solar wind
    speed: 377.4 km/sec
    density: 39.9 protons/cm3

    Last night in Norway, compass needles swung 1o away from normal and electric currents began to flow through the ground. For nearly an hour, a local geomagnetic storm occured over the northern part of the country.


    And here I noted it for February 15, 2014 - so it does go high now and then, doesn't it? :

    Yesterday was kinda crappy with heavy energies for me - space weather website listed 45 protons/cm cubed.
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    Quote Posted by Spiral of Light (here)
    These are spectacular photos! Breathtaking, really.
    - I've converted some of the auroral patterns to 'sounds', which are pretty interesting. There is a multi-gigawatt power swirling around 'up there', and it definitely converts over into 3D electromagnetic geometry, sweeping through frequency space.

    Natives to the regions also report being able to "hear" the sound from the auroras at times..

    All receiving methods are reporting similar "sounds".. Some of the experimental work that I do, is to recreate the 3D and 4D energetic pattern in "micro" to be able to understand more so what these planetary energetics are about..

    ULF and VLF radio/magnetic coil receivers, or ULF/VLF electrical field receivers are used on-site to detect these emissions. Like the proton and electron flux, I believe these fields affect the biosphere.

    Post 84's above (top image) aurora generated these sounds:



    Good low frequency wide spectrum headphones reproduce the bandwidth pretty well.
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    Quote Posted by Meggings (here)
    Further email searches found 39.9 protons per cm3 on Septemer 22-23, 2013:

    FROM SPACE WEATHER DOT COM

    Solar wind
    speed: 377.4 km/sec
    density: 39.9 protons/cm3

    Last night in Norway, compass needles swung 1o away from normal and electric currents began to flow through the ground. For nearly an hour, a local geomagnetic storm occured over the northern part of the country.


    And here I noted it for February 15, 2014 - so it does go high now and then, doesn't it? :

    Yesterday was kinda crappy with heavy energies for me - space weather website listed 45 protons/cm cubed.
    Ya events impart radiation storms, something one doesn't want to be in the middle of out in space with that much high voltage energy coming in..



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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Your audio above sounds like roaring waterfall. Like Niagara Falls on "loud".

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Quote Posted by Meggings (here)
    Your audio above sounds like roaring waterfall. Like Niagara Falls on "loud".
    LOT of energy in there. If you listen closely with the headphones u should be able to pick up some of the energy swirls. A long recording would be offering more data, but this was derived from a momentary snapshot (about 10 seconds worth).. Really strong patterns will create in the earth itself moving currents.. Which is one of the logics being looked at for utilising auroric induced currents for a power source.. (free energy)

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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - large increase of proton density - wind speed not excessive
    speed: 401.1 km/sec
    density: 24.7 protons/cm3


    8 sunspots aimed this way

    Radio Sun - microwave field remain elevated
    10.7 cm flux: 171 sfu


    There are large coronal holes sending a strong particle stream earthward

    X-ray Solar Flare potentials
    6-hr max: C4 0201 UT Nov29
    24-hr: C4 0201 UT Nov29

    Sunspots AR2217, AR2219 and AR2222 pose a threat for M-class solar flares


    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 12.1 nT
    Bz: 8.2 nT north


    Strong auroral geometry is present
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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - the gusts of protons have diminished from 24.7 down to about 7.9 but have not dropped down to where it normally has been idling.
    speed: 414.5 km/sec
    density: 7.9 protons/cm3


    8 sunspots still are earthfacing

    Radio Sun - microwave level remains a bit elevated
    10.7 cm flux: 177 sfu

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 3 quiet
    24-hr max: Kp= 3 quiet

    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 8.5 nT
    Bz: 7.2 nT north



    there are earth facing coronal holes generating particle streams towards earth

    nice geometry in the auroral field is evident


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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Solar wind - windspeed is up, but proton count is about normal
    speed: 536.2 km/sec
    density: 4.1 protons/cm3

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 3 quiet

    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled



    the auroral oval is strong - parts of Maine US will be experiencing strong aurora tonite

    Interplanetary Mag. Field - is strong, and the Z polarity could switch any time to South, if so, geomag activity could increase and auroral activity
    Btotal: 6.7 nT
    Bz: 0.6 nT north



    there is a strong coronal hole with geometry earth facing

    there is geometry in the aurora - colors and geometry is quite beautiful


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    Default Re: "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Very large southern coronal hole earth facing



    this hole has been growing for about 3 weeks and has started to spread upwards from the pole and into earth facing view.

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 2 quiet
    24-hr max: Kp= 4 unsettled


    Interplanetary Mag. Field
    Btotal: 8.7 nT
    Bz: 3.4 nT south

    With a south polarity field, this opens up the geomagnetics to outside assault from solar particles.

    Radio Sun - at the moment with the sunspots moving off, microwave assault is starting to diminish.
    10.7 cm flux: 154 sfu

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