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Chillymanjaro – Researchers Discovered Source Of Solar Wind Energy – 10 March 2013

Researchers have found signs of an energy source in the solar wind, a hot and fast flow of magnetized gas that streams away from the sun’s upper atmosphere. Solar wind is made of hydrogen and helium ions with a sprinkling of heavier elements. Solar wind is the plasma of charged particles (protons, electrons, and heavier ionized atoms) coming out of the Sun in all directions. The solar wind is what blows the tails of comets back away from the bodies of comets as they go through the solar system. As solar wind leaves the Sun, it accelerates, tripling in speed as it passes through the corona. Something inside the solar...

Researchers have found signs of an energy source in the solar wind, a hot and fast flow of magnetized gas that streams away from the sun’s upper atmosphere. Solar wind is made of hydrogen and helium ions with a sprinkling of heavier elements. Solar wind is the plasma of charged particles (protons, electrons, and heavier ionized atoms) coming out of the Sun in all directions. The solar wind is what blows the tails of comets back away from the bodies of comets as they go through the solar system. As solar wind leaves the Sun, it accelerates, tripling in speed as it passes through the corona. Continue reading

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ChillyManjaro – Spectular Filament Eruption, Waves Of Ionization And Sun’s Polar Magnetic Field Shift For End Of August – 1 September 2012

The Watchers Tweet Tweet Spectacular solar filament eruption, thousands of kilometers long, occurred at the Sun’s southeast quadrant. Solar X-Ray flux chart values reached almost M-class flare threshold. Huge filament collapsed after almost a week of activity and it resulted in a large C8.1 flare associated with Type II (estimated speed 515 km/s) and Type IV radio sweeps and CME. Magnetic fields around southeastern quadrant are crackling with C-class solar flare and it could unleashed another M-class flare pretty...
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Spectacular solar filament eruption, thousands of kilometers long, occurred at the Sun’s southeast quadrant. Solar X-Ray flux chart values reached almost M-class flare threshold. Huge filament collapsed after almost a week of activity and it resulted in a large C8.1 flare associated with Type II (estimated speed 515 km/s) and Type IV radio sweeps and CME. Continue reading