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thanks for a very interesting letter,
with your realy exciting observation's
it give us a better
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- In the love from Jesus Christ, ybic. jan mikael
L Lee (20 Oct
Yesterday was the 10th of Cheshvan. Exactly seven
years ago, on the 10th of Cheshvan, there was an enormous solar flare -the
largest ever recorded. I've written about it before. It was the 11th of 11
x-flares. It saturated the instruments for 11 minutes. It was too large to be
measured properly. Had it been earth-directed, anyone on that side of the
earth in an unprotected location would have been fried.
So, it is
interesting that right now, seven years later, there is a huge filament on the
sun. Yesterday, this is what Spaceweather had to say:
FILAMENT: An awesome, monstrous, jaw-dropping, 400,000 km long filament
of magnetism is stretched across the sun's southern hemisphere. If it
collapses or erupts, as filaments often do, the result could be an
Earth-directed coronal mass ejection. Meanwhile it is a fine target for
backyard solar telescopes.
FILAMENT UPDATE: Magnetic instabilities in
the filament caused an eruption today around 1600 UT. The filament was not
destroyed, nor was material hurled toward Earth.
Today, October 19, the
filament is even longer, at 500,000 (this is again from Spaceweather.com):
FILAMENT ERUPTION: For days, astronomers have been monitoring a
"mega-filament" of magnetism splayed across the sun's southern hemisphere.
Measuring more than 500,000 km from end to end, it spans a distance greater
than the separation of Earth and the Moon. Oct. 18th the massive structure
Instabilities in the filament sparked a C2-class flare and
hurled a portion of the filament's own magnetic backbone into space. The blast
was not Earth-directed. Remarkably, the structure survived mostly intact and
is still visible in backyard optics. Readers with solar telescopes are
encouraged to monitor developments.
This filament is apparently tied to
sunspot 1112. On October 17, this is what Spaceweather had to say about
GREAT FILAMENT: A vast filament of magnetism is cutting across the
sun's southern hemisphere today. Run a finger along the golden-brown line in
this extreme UV image from the Solar Dynamics Observatory and your digit will
have traveled more than 400,000 km:
A bright 'hot spot' just north of
the filament's midpoint is UV radiation from sunspot 1112. The proximity is no
coincidence; the filament appears to be rooted in the sunspot below. If the
sunspot flares, it could cause the entire structure to erupt.
the solar flare of November 4, 2003 HAD to have been a warning, a "sign in the
sun." It was exactly on Cheshvan 10, the day that God warned Noah that the
flood would begin in seven days. Yesterday was Cheshvan 10, and now there is
this "monstrous" (not my word!) filament on the sun, tied to a sun spot.
Yesterday, it erupted - not huge, not earth-directed, but I wonder if it was a
7-day warning of other things to come?
The date of October 25 has been
written about here. It is possible that this may be another confirmation of
that. It is also possible that, being a sign in the sun, that the November 4
flare was a warning of something in November, seven solar years later. I don't
know. Just thought I'd pass this along in case someone found it