10-20-2009 CCMC

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Okay now I'm worked up angry and really mad , so I figured I would go ahead and cover this day in detail The Solar Winds this day averaged from 265 and 310 km/s . The geomagnetic field was extremely quiet . Solar Flux was @ 71 but planetary A index was 1 , Very hostile for sunspot development . Background x-ray flux was below A1 NOTE the filament eruption that occurred in the southern hemisphere that was observed late on Oct.17 and early on Oct.18 that was said to be Earth Directed . There has been no detection at all Solar Cycle update and anomalies Using the SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope ( EIT ) to take a look into the solar atmosphere we can view in different wavelengths temperatures . Progression of a Solar Cycle can often be judged by the brightning or dimming in imagery . In the past progression would be somewhat equal . However this time around they are not progressing equally There has been an increase since 2008 in EIT 195 Angstrom images correspond to about 1.5 million Kelvin & EIT 284 Angstrom to 2 million degrees There has been no visable increase in EIT 304 Angstrom the bright material is at 60000 to 80000 degrees Kelvin or in the EIT 171 Angstrom, at 1 million degrees. It gets better , The solar wind streams off of the Sun in all directions at speeds of about 400 km/s (about 1 million miles per hour) There have been many time this year where winds have been in the low to mid 200's nearly half the normal speed When normal the Sun would fling 1 ...


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