Magnetosphere-13 — January 14, 2013.

Magnetosphere-13 - January 14, 2013. The excitement of the magnetopause-7 - 9 to 11 points on 12-point scale. Cosmic impacts. Anomaly. The magnetosphere is tense on the one hand releases on the Sun, on the other hand cosmic waves, gravity-magnetic disturbances near and far space.Category: Sun Read more [...]
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Sunspot AR1654

Sun spots, this is a huge active region on the Sun, reaching diameters of tens of thousands of kilometers. For example, NASA has put the picture of the sun near the spot AR1654 images of the Earth and Jupiter.

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Sharply increased proton activity of the Sun

Last day dramatically increased proton activity of the Sun. Sensors on the satellite proton flux recorded growth of low and medium energy is about 10 times.

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Departure backcountry in Yosemite

Hebdomad of April 24-May 1, 1996Lot biking Canon de Chelly, ArizonaIt's no put-on: Skiing close San DiegoSledding backcountry in YosemiteOutfitter options for Baja, MexicoChicago-area diversion getawaysDay hikes dear Vancouver, B.C.Loss backcountry in YosemiteInquiry: I deliver an internship in San Francisco this summertime and suffer e'er cherished to chaffer Yosemite Interior Ballpark. Do you sustain any suggestions for a full weekend packing slip Read more [...]
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Solar activity increases. Flash directed toward Earth

January 13-14, continues to increase. Yesterday the sun was 12 outbreaks of class and two flashes of class M. Today recorded outbreak class S6.5 directed toward Earth. The active region turned toward the planet and all subsequent releases also reached Earth.

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In Ukraine a new crop of records

Earth is in a sunny field of fire

On the solar disk observed 10 groups of sunspots. The largest and most active group is 1654. In the last 36 hours there have been about 20 flashes in X-rays, two of which - the M-Class.Graph of solar activity. © Space Weather Prediction Center | NOAA | Swpc.noaa.govExperts point out that the group continues to grow in 1654 and turned to the Earth.Animation of the solar rotation. © Spaceweather.comMoreover, the likelihood of outbreaks increases. Meteorologists NOAA predicts a 60% chance of M-class flares and a 5% - X-class flares.Explosion directed toward Earth, August 31, Read more [...]
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Magnetosphere, January 11, 2013.

Magnetosphere-11 — January 12, 2013 morning. The excitement of the magnetopause-7 — 9 to 11 points on 12-point scale. Cosmic impacts. Anomaly. The magnetosphere is tense on the one hand releases on the Sun, on the other hand cosmic waves, gravity-magnetic disturbances near and far space.

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Solar Activity 11 January 2013

Today the Sun there were 12 outbreaks of class and two flashes of class M: 1.0 and 1.2 are a huge source of outbreaks of active regions AR1652 and AR1654.
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Wildlife and nature resorts

Workweek of May 9-16, 1996The Bahamas' low-keyed Out IslandsCommons Tortoise for substitute locomoteWestward Virginia is for lot bikingApproach of the orca blackness fliesWildlife and nature resortsPeaceable Summit Tag braveWildlife and nature resortsDubiousness: I am leaving to be travel in betimes June with a 2-year-old and a 5-year-old. I would alike holiday tips for Texas or Colorado that would be fun for the unanimous category and passably priced.Susan Read more [...]
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In Kiev flower anomaly

on 3 may. This year Kiev witnessed a phenomenon that does not occur more frequently than once in 100 years. Early heat has led to the fact that all plants flowered at the same time. As reported Today, in full bloom poplar, which usually allowed the Pooh in June. Dissolved the \"candles\" chestnuts, which usually bloom in late may blooming lilies, cherry, lilac and fruit trees.\"Usually, for example, cherry blossoms, after it - Apple and pear. Now and then, and another, and the third. Bad influences on the trees from high temperature. The most dangerous, if after this period will hit freezing. Read more [...]
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Russians in 2013, expect 5 to 10 strong magnetic storms

Russian Emergencies Ministry expects that in 2013 the world can happen from five to ten strong and very strong magnetic storms, despite the fact that last year there were six such events. Magnetic storms on Earth begin when the magnetosphere of the planet "hit" the Sun ejected plasmoids. Charged particles cause geomagnetic disturbances. If they reach a great power, it can lead to failures in electronic equipment, disruption to radio and electrical networks. "In 2013, the projected 30-40 geomagnetic storms, of which 5.10 is large and very large," - said in a forecast of the Read more [...]
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Magnetosphere, January 10, 2013.

Magnetosphere-9 — January 10, 2013. The excitement of the magnetopause-7 — 9 to 11 points on 12-point scale. Cosmic impacts. Anomaly. The magnetosphere is tense on the one hand releases on the Sun, on the other hand cosmic waves, gravity-magnetic disturbances near and far space.

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Which Old Overwinter Olympics Emcee Cities Are Deserving Visiting?

Olympic rings refulgence o'er Vancouver, Canada, in 2010.     Exposure: Sergei Bachlakov / Shutterstock.comA:Omit for two interruptions during Man War II, the Overwinter Olympics suffer been held incessantly since 1924. Terminated a catamenia of nine-spot decades, these snow-clad competitions sustain dog-tired in 21 cragged enclaves on trey continents. Well-nigh of the venues are quieten deserving a winter sojourn; hither are a few of our favorites. Chamonix, FranceIn 1924, Chamonix hosted the get-go Wintertime Olympic Games, with 258 athletes competing in a smattering of sports. Read more [...]
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Magnetosphere-8 — 9 January 2013.

Magnetosphere-8 - 9 January 2013. The excitement of the magnetopause-7 - 9 to 11 points on 12-point scale. Cosmic impacts. Anomaly. The magnetosphere is tense on the one hand releases on the Sun, on the other hand cosmic waves, gravity-magnetic disturbances near and far space.Category: Sun Read more [...]
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Green clouds in Louisiana

The influence of solar activity on the Earth’s climate — increase in activity of the Sun cools Pacific

One of the authors of the report, Gerald Mil (Gerald Meehl) from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) presented data showing that variations in solar activity are associated with climate processes in the Pacific.Variations in solar activity may have a different impact on the climate in different regions of the world, particularly in the years of solar maximum decreases the average temperature in the Pacific Ocean, is a phenomenon called La Niña, which leads to drought in North America, according to a report submitted to the National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academy Read more [...]
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Mystical solar particles leads to mutation of matter on Earth

Discover the secrets of the mechanism by which the sun affects life on earth. When the researchers reported in 2010 about the unusual connection between solar flares and the inner life of radioactive elements on Earth, these research studies called "detective", because they could ultimately protect the lives of astronauts walking in space, and perhaps rewrite some of physics. Since then, the results of further studies reported in December 2012, the Air Force and university researchers supported the link between solar flares and the earth element, but so far the process is not explained. Read more [...]
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Metropolis dwellers’ redemption: Canoeing in New Hampshire

Hebdomad of May 2-9, 1996Pilgrimage to batch biking mecca: Moab, UtahMetropolis dwellers' redemption: Canoeing in New HampshireHazard hikes at the Thousand CanonE Slide beach vacationsRafting Colorado's Animas RiverPreparation your following family-style ski holidayMetropolis dwellers' redemption: Canoeing in New HampshireDoubtfulness: Cherished for Remembrance Day: leash years, two nights of riverbank tenting/spark canoe slip, inside a four- to five-hour Read more [...]
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