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Our Sun gone wild...
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Our Sun gone wild...

Biggest explosion happened on our Sun (viewed through special filters.)









Imagine what would happen if one such cloud of matter hits Earth...
(This post was last modified: 07-19-2011 08:45 PM by Calmarius.)
07-19-2011 08:45 PM
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Our Sun gone wild...

Nice... a little scary, but nice... however, it looks so unreal... where did you find it?
07-21-2011 03:47 PM
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Little scary ? Smile so much scary :/ alert :stomp::stomp:
07-22-2011 12:18 AM
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(07-21-2011 03:47 PM)NBardales Wrote:  Nice... a little scary, but nice... however, it looks so unreal... where did you find it?

I follow the events on the spaceweather.com and often look at the latest Solar Dynamics Observatory images here. This explosion happened on 7th June so more than a month ago. I saw it as it happened. The whole event took 4-5 hours.

The only way to see such event is viewing the Sun through special filters, because the Sun is so bright that it overshines every detail.
07-22-2011 01:01 AM
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(07-22-2011 01:01 AM)Calmarius Wrote:  I follow the events on the spaceweather.com and often look at the latest Solar Dynamics Observatory images here. This explosion happened on 7th June so more than a month ago. I saw it as it happened. The whole event took 4-5 hours.

The only way to see such event is viewing the Sun through special filters, because the Sun is so bright that it overshines every detail.

Wow! 4 to 5 hours? you really are interested in our solar system... that's nice. The power of the sun is amazing, if it was a little further away, we would freeze, if it was closer we would burn to death... It just holds so much power... And they say the Earth's core is just like the surface of the sun... :hot::frown:
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I want to see aurora here at Hungary and I want to know when to look for them. (so I need to know when does something explode towards us on the Sun.)

In 2003 the Sun was very wild, here is the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvBI4Kirpbw

(it's worth watching... We got a strong earth directed blast.)
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