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    Default Sunspot 2824 on steroids now

    9 solar flares in last 24 hours, and it's turning to line up with earth now. Space weather has the updates. This is very concerning , never saw anything like this before , comments?

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    They have been rather minor solar flares, it's not unusual. If the sun starts popping X-class flares then you should pay attention.
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    We cant look at the magnitude or class alone any longer because the weakening of the magnetic field and ionosphere of the Erath is vulnerable to lower level ejections that impact us more now. Davidson states this this at 1:56 and has explained it before on previous vids. It akin to the Enterprise loosing shield strength during an attack.

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    From space weather.com:


    SOLAR FLARE FRENZY AND CME: Yesterday, May 22nd, sunspot AR2824 unleashed a flurry of solar flares unlike anything we've seen in years. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded 9 C-class flares and 2 M-class flares in only 24 hours: movie. The rapidfire explosions hurled multiple overlapping CMEs into space. According to NOAA models, at least one of them could graze Earth's magnetic field on May 26th, possibly causing minor geomagnetic storms and auroras. Stay tuned for updates.

    HUGE SOLAR RADIO BURST: During yesterday's solar flare frenzy, the sun emitted a shortwave radio burst so loud that "it drowned out lightning static from a severe local thunderstorm," reports Thomas Ashcraft, who recorded the signal using his radio telescope in rural New Mexico. Click to listen to a 100 second sample of the sounds emerging from his loudspeaker.


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