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Explosions and Plasma Jets Associated with Sunspot Formation Revealed

An international research team led by Shin Toriumi (Specially Appointed Assistant Professor at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan) analyzed observations of sunspots as they formed taken by Hinode, the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph … Continue reading

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A Note from Mitch-Let’s Remember the Gravity of Information Only ECM Can Bring

I felt it important to remind all of us the unique history of Earth Changes Media. We have been around since 1995 beginning with Earth Changes TV, which was a 30-minute “live” broadcast that aired once per week out of … Continue reading

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New Study on Solar Flares Highlights Penetration of Magnetic Field

Our young Sun may have routinely blasted Earth with gobs of energy more powerful than any similar bombardments recorded in human history. Huge bursts of these particle and radiation “showers” ignited by these so-called “superflares” could have penetrated Earth’s protective … Continue reading

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JUST IN: Sun’s Magnetic Field Has Greater Effect on Solar System Than Previously Known

New research suggests that the Sun’s magnetic field controls the large-scale shape of the heliosphere “much more than had been previously thought,” says Merav Opher, associate professor of astronomy and director of the Center for Space Physics at Boston University … Continue reading

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Magnetic Filaments

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The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day…

The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day on March 19th.

Containing masses of relatively cool plasma held suspended above the solar surface by magnetic forces, the sinuous structures are each more than 600,000 km long. If you put one end on Earth, the other would stretch far beyond the orbit of the Moo Continue reading

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Magnetic Filaments

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The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day…

The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day on March 19th.

Containing masses of relatively cool plasma held suspended above the solar surface by magnetic forces, the sinuous structures are each more than 600,000 km long. If you put one end on Earth, the other would stretch far beyond the orbit of the Moo Continue reading

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Magnetic Filaments

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The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day…

The biggest structures on the Sun today are not sunspots. Dwarfing all of the ordinary active regions, a pair of dark magnetic filaments are stretching across the almost-entire circumference of the Sun’s southern hemisphere. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture mid-day on March 19th.

Containing masses of relatively cool plasma held suspended above the solar surface by magnetic forces, the sinuous structures are each more than 600,000 km long. If you put one end on Earth, the other would stretch far beyond the orbit of the Moo Continue reading

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