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         The Daily Sun 2017


Massive  sunspot Sept. 6th  2017.

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Description: E:\soul-search-new\new (1).gif  Solar Flare Strengths: X-class = very strong.  M-class = strong.  C-class = average.

There has been a gap in reporting because there was nothing of note in the cosmos or on the planet. There were reports there would be X-Waves on the following dates. However, on March 20th 2016 the sun was quiet and there were no X Waves. On Sept. 28th 2015 there was an M-7 Wave and no increased gamma waves. Scroll down for more on CME’s.


Late Nov.  The sun has been very quiet.  On Nov. 22nd, the face of the sun was unblemished by sunspots, and NOAA classified solar activity as "very low."

Sept. 10th /11th.     MAJOR SOLAR FLARE AND RADIATION STORM: The same massive sunspot erupted again on Sept.10th producing a major X8-class solar flare.  Protons accelerated toward Earth by the explosion are swirling around our planet now.

Sept. 7th.  MAJOR X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE.  A CME struck Earth's magnetic field late on Sept. 6th. Another is on the way.  It is more potent, and accelerated in Earth’s direction by yesterday's powerful X9.3-class solar flare.  It will arrive Sept. 8thThis is the strongest solar flare in more than a decade. X-rays and UV radiation from the blast ionized the top of Earth's atmosphere, causing a strong shortwave radio blackout over Europe, Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. In 2003 there was an X13 class flare, considered by this work as a major transformation.  The current impact on the Earth’s field may have many levels to it, from increasing tensions, health issues, and as a ‘’wake up’ for some.  X class waves are considered significant.

 Sept 4th   SUNSPOT UPDATE: Huge sunspot, which materialized with shocking speed over the weekend, is seething with activity. Current sunspot activity has already now produced two M1-class solar flares on Sept.4th and a bigger explosion may be in the offing. A G2 class is expected to reach Earth on Sept. 6th. "It's magnetic madness!" "What a complex and beautiful sunspot group”.

Sept.3rd.    INCREASING CHANCE OF FLARES: Double sunspot is rapidly growing, increasing in both area and spot count. As the sunspot grows, its magnetic field is becoming unstable, posing a threat for M-class solar flares.  More aggression, tension, disrupted weather to come?

Aug. 16th   On July 14th there was an M class CME which ruffled the planet and no doubt set off the spate of agro we are seeing in the world news today.  What should we expect when the X class flares start again? We will begin updates again soon.



SOLAR FLARE AND RADIO BLACKOUT: This planet needs some long overdue incoming solar input.  Sunspot AR2665 has grown into a behemoth almost as wide as the planet Jupiter: movie. Stretching more than 125,000 km from end to end and containing dozens of dark cores, the active region is an now easy target for backyard solar telescopes. July 9th.  No solar flare yet.


This is what we are watching.

April 2017: A QUAKE IN EARTH'S MAGNETIC FIELD: When a CME from the sun struck Earth on April 22nd, this planet's magnetic field reverberated from the impact. A day later, a stream of solar wind arrived, hit, and had the same effect.

Think of this in the same context as the huge iceberg currently breaking off from Antarctica.


Solar Flare Strengths: X-class = very strong.  M-class = strong.  C-class = average.

Description: E:\soul-search-new\aurora-oct2015.jpgThere has been a gap in reporting because there was nothing of note in the cosmos or on the planet. There were reports there would be X-Waves on the following dates. However, on March 20th 2016 the sun was quiet and there were no X Waves. On Sept. 28th 2015 there was an M-7 Wave and no increased gamma waves.


BIG SUNSPOT: Sunspot 365 May 2003, which spans an area wider than six Earth-diameters, has been an active source of solar flares since it first appeared on May 24th. The ongoing geomagnetic storm might be energized further on Friday, May 30th, by the arrival of a third coronal mass ejection. Like the two that reached Earth today, the incoming CME was hurled into space by an X-class explosion near giant sunspot 365”. These are the X-Wave flares which closed down grids in 2003.



March 2008 Astronomers are familiar with seeing amazing things through their telescopes. But nothing prepared them for an incredible explosion detected early Wednesday morning by NASA’s Swift satellite. At 2:12 a.m. EDT, Swift detected an explosion from deep space that was so powerful that its afterglow was briefly visible to the naked eye. Even more astonishing, the explosion itself took place halfway across the visible universe – and took place about halfway from the time since the original ‘Big Bang’.


The explosion itself is called a gamma ray burst, since much of the explosion’s energy was in the form of gamma rays. A gamma ray is a type of light with energy far higher than the light we see with our eyes. Most gamma ray bursts originate when huge stars die and explode. Instead of blowing material in all directions, they channel an incredible amount of energy into two high-speed jets, like turbocharged cosmic blowtorches.


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Jan.  28th. The sun is still quiet.

Aug. 5th 2016 . The sun is still quiet.  There have been no significant solar flares, and no X-Waves.

June 20th ALMOST NO CHANCE OF FLARES: NOAA forecasters say the chance of a strong solar flare today is no more than 1%. Solar activity is low and likely to remain so for the rest of the week.

June 6th 2016 VANISHING SUNSPOTS. June 3rd saw solar activity - sunspots - drop to zero. Sunspots produce X Waves. This suggests the Solar minimum is coming. *Photo of current blank sun above.


Solar Waves 2015

Description: E:\soul-search-new\coronal hole.jpgOct.14th  2015 ENORMOUS CORONAL HOLE: A gigantic hole in the sun's atmosphere has opened up and a broad stream of solar wind is flowing out of it. This is called a "coronal hole." It is the deep blue-colored region in this extreme UV image from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory: For much of the next week, Earth's environment in space will be dominated by winds flowing from this broad hole. This should activate some beautiful Arctic auroras. 

Oct. 12th.  Unusually massive Northern Lights occurred in early October.

Sept 17th.  Solar activity is picking up with definite possibilities for C and M class flares.  9.4 earthquake hits off the coast of Chile.

Sept.12th.   Early on Sept. 11th, a high-speed solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field. The impact sparked a strong geomagnetic storm and Northern Lights in the USA as far south as Washington State. In Alaska, "the entire sky was moving like sea waves in colors of green and purple,"

Sept.7th.  The CME from Sept 4th is expected to miss Earth.  A massive meteorite was filmed over Thailand.

Sept. 6th.   POSSIBLE EARTH-DIRECTED CME: A magnetic filament in the sun's southern hemisphere erupted during the late hours of Sept. 4th, and it may have hurled a CME toward Earth.

Sept.3rd.  Last night a monitoring station in Norway detected a brief but strong surge of electrical currents running through the soil. This may mean the Earth crossed through the heliospheric current sheet also called a 'solar sector boundary crossing'.  

Sept 1st. 2015.  There is no significant Solar activity at this time. 

August 14th.Increased unusual earthquake activity on Australia's Queensland coastline.   Solar activity is low.

July 8th.  Two massive weather storms are heading towards China and Japan.  Solar activity is generally low, but not inactive.

March 2015   Solar activity reports for 2015 will resume shortly.  The 'end time' was reported as the date 21-12-2012.  The planet is however lining up for a very real event called Pole Reversal which is believed is within years of the Mayan calendar 'end time' date.


Nov. 2nd. HYDER FLARE MISSES EARTH: Earth-orbiting satellites detected a solar flare on Nov. 1st. Usually solar flares come from sunspots, but there were no sunspots anywhere near this blast. 

Sept. 26th. GEOMAGNETIC UNREST: Today, the interplanetary magnetic field near Earth is tilting south, not much, but enough to open a crack in Earth's magnetosphere. Solar wind is pouring through the opening to fuel polar auroras. 

Sept. 16th.  There is another CME already on its way.  However three in such a short space of time is interesting.  On many previous occasions these Earth aligned CME's have brought more than just 'geomagnetic storms'.  Sometimes it disrupts reality, sometimes it brings 'information'.  The impact of the current CME won't be as noticeable as the double-whammy that came Earth's way on Sept. 12th, when Earth had two CMEs hit in less than 24 hours.  Estimates are a 50% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on Sept. 17th - and maybe something more to help awaken consciousness perhaps?

Sept. 12th.  Increased solar flare activity heading towards Earth. SOLAR STORM UPDATE: The first of two CMEs expected to hit Earth's magnetic field on Sept. 12th has hit, and a minor geomagnetic storm is underway. The second is potentially more powerful and is still en route. NOAA forecasters say geomagnetic storming could become strong - G3 class, during the late hours of Sept. 12th and Sept 13th.  A G3 storm is factored as Strong with G5 being the strongest.   With G3 storms:

Power systems: voltage corrections may be required, false alarms triggered on some protection devices.

Spacecraft operations: surface charging may occur on satellite components, drag may increase on low-Earth-orbit satellites, and corrections may be needed for orientation problems.

Other systems: intermittent satellite navigation and low-frequency radio navigation problems may occur, HF radio may be intermittent, and aurora has been seen as low as Illinois and Oregon (typically 50° geomagnetic lat.)**.

Sept. News reports on possibilities for Pole Reversal accelerating.

July 11th RADIO STATIC FROM THE SUN: The M6-flare of July 8th caused a roar of static to issue from the loudspeakers of shortwave radios on Earth.  Radio bursts such as these are sparked by shock waves moving through the sun's atmosphere. Set in motion by flares, these shock waves excite plasma instabilities that emit static-y radio waves. 

July 7th.  There have been a series of earthquakes in the Pacific Rim vulnerable places including a strong earthquake on Mexico's Pacific coast. We associate this with the reduced magnetosphere and possible alignment to the magnetic sun.

July 2nd. BROODING GIANT: Big sunspot AR2104, which emerged over the weekend, has developed a 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field that harbors energy for X-class solar flares. 

Jun.  Sun has been active for flares with X class but not Earth directed.

Feb. 9th Was this the galactic event long awaited in 2013?  Although the black hole did not go into a feeding frenzy, did it lead to the energy hit of 13-13-13 and is the event horizon still active for 2014?

Jan.28th This summer, the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way is getting ready to feast. A gas cloud three times the size of our planet has strayed within the gravitational reach of our nearest super-massive black hole. And across the globe, telescopes are being trained on the heart of our Milky Way galaxy, some 27,000 light years from Earth, in the expectation of observing this unique cosmic spectacle. For cosmic detectives across the Earth, it is a unique opportunity. For the first time in the history of science, they hope to observe in action the awesome spectacle of a feeding super-massive black hole. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

Swallowed By A Black Hole

Aired on 27 January 2014 on SBS ONE. Expires on 10 February 2014, 9:30pm.  Hopefully this can be accessed after this date. Jul 2, 2012 - Scientists are eager to observe a large gas cloud fall into the Milky Way's central super-massive black hole, Sagittarius A*.

Jan 26th 2014  In December storms across the Antarctic followed a clockwise direction while storms in the Northern Hemisphere were anti-clockwise.  Does this provide any indication to do with the expected Pole Reversal? A vast bank of electric-blue clouds has appeared over Antarctica, signaling the start of the season for southern hemisphere noctilucent clouds.




Nov. 27th COMET ISON, SO FAR SO GOOD: Comet ISON is hurtling toward the sun today at 148,000 mph and, despite the rising heat, the comet appears to be intact. Yesterday, reports of fading spectral lines from the comet's core raised concerns that the icy nucleus might be disintegrating. Current images from NASA and ESA spacecraft, however, show the comet still going strong. Comet ISON has just entered the field of view of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO). The comet's entrance coincides with a bright CME racing away from the sun's southwestern limb. Astronomers have been wondering what might happen if a CME strikes ISON. This CME, however, will probably miss. 

Nov. 25th WHAT HAPPENS IF A SOLAR STORM HITS COMET ISON? On Nov. 28th Comet ISON will swoop through the sun's atmosphere little more than a million kilometers above the sun's fiery surface. What might happen if, at that moment, Comet ISON gets hit by a solar storm?

Nov. 24th. M-CLASS SOLAR FLARES: Sunspot is crackling with M-class solar flares but none of these flares are squarely Earth directed.

Nov. 22nd. Solar activity is moderately high this week, but the eruptions (including  an X-class flare on Nov. 19th) have had little effect on the planet. The flare sites are concentrated near the sun's SW limb where a cluster of active sunspots is rotating off the Earth side of the sun. Forecasters estimate a waning 20% chance of M-class flares and a 1% chance of X-flares as the active regions depart.

20th. X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE A sunspot  erupted on Nov. 19th, producing an  X1-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash.

Nov.16th.  The sunspot number is high, so is the chance of flares. There is an estimated  50% chance of M-class flares and a 15% chance of X-class flares during the next 24 hours.

Nov.15th. Solar Flare Activity does seem to have picked up again as the sun nears its once every 11 year Pole Reversal due in December. Forecasters have downgraded the chance of X-flares today to 15% as an active sunspot  rotates off the Earth side of the sun. The chance of M-class flares, remains high at 60%. 

Nov. 8th.  Perhaps solar activity is picking up again as we await Pole Reversal. ALMOST-X FLARE: Big sunspot is crackling with strong flares. The latest, which peaked on Nov. 8th registered M8.  NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a very brief flash of extreme UV radiation from the almost-X flare:

Sept.3rdUS CME Fear-Disaster You Tube  in reality solar activity is really low, but a grid shutdown could occur at Pole Reversal

Aug. 31st. Solar wind flowing from a coronal hole should reach Earth on Aug. 30-31. MAJOR FIREBALL EVENT - NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office has upgraded its estimates of a major fireball that exploded over the southeastern USA around 2:30 AM on August 28th.

Aug. 23rdNasdaq Trading Halt on Thursday due to technical glitch which may mean CME disrupted equipment.  CME set for earth direction on 23rd.

Aug. 19th.  A CME launched into space by an M3-class solar flare on August 17th will probably miss Earth. However, Earth will pass through the wake of the CME after the cloud itself passes by. This could trigger polar geomagnetic storms despite the CME being off-target.

Aug. 17th .  The sun once again is quiet and it would seem that Earth’s imminent Pole Reversal is not linked to the solar maximum.  It could be linked to extreme solar quiet perhaps, or features we do not usually see.   Two sunspots have 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic fields that harbor energy for significant eruptions with estimated 35% chance of M-class solar flares today. GEOMAGNETIC UNREST: A high-speed solar wind stream is buffeting Earth's magnetic field, causing minor geomagnetic storms and auroras around the poles

July 19th.  Massive coronal hole has opened up on the sun almost a million kilometers wide. No signs of any solar maximum peak and no indications of expected pole reversal.

July 11th.  With such potential for the ‘big one’ that could perhaps precede pole reversal, this massive active area on the sun only produced a mild CME which brushed Earth’s field.

July 7th A new sunspot has stretched and lengthened by more than 40,000 km and is now more than 11 times as wide as Earth. This sunspot group has a 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field has energy to produce strong solar flares and could lead to explosive instabilities in the sunspot's magnetic canopy. 55% chance of M-class solar flares and a 10% chance of X-flares during the next 24 hours

July 2nd. A coronal mass ejection (CME) headed toward Earth by a C-class flare on June 28th arrived on June 30th. 

June 28th  CME IMPACT: An interplanetary shock wave ( edge of a minor CME) hit Earth's magnetic field on June 27th.

The sun was quiet at the beginning of June after a promising upsurge in activity then picked up again.  Earth experienced an unusual high speed geomagnetic storm and also was 'hit' by a shock wave said to be from an unknown source.  ore eruptions could be in the offing. AR1762 has a 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field that harbors energy for X-flares  much stronger than the M1-class event that occurred June 5th.  An increase in solar activity may precede the awaited Pole Reversal.

June 25th.  We have been offline for several months.   M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: Sunspot AR1778 produced an impulsive M2-class solar flare on June 23rd.

March 17th. GEOMAGNETIC STORM WARNING: A fast-moving CME from an M1 class solar explosion left the sun on March 15th is expected to strike Earth's magnetic field on March 17th. NOAA forecasters estimate a 70% chance of polar geomagnetic storms when the cloud arrives. It means we could see green skies as Northern Lights activity increases.

March 15th. MAGNETIC ERUPTION ON MARCH 12th: A magnetic filament in the sun's northern hemisphere slowly erupted on March 12th for more than two hours. This may add a glancing blow to Earth’s shield today.

March 5th. Something unexpected is happening on the sun.  2013 is supposed to be the year of Solar Max, the peak of the 11-year sunspot cycle. Yet 2013 has arrived and solar activity is relatively low.  Sunspot numbers are well below their values in 2011, and strong solar flares have been infrequent for many months.

March 1st: NEW RADIATION BELT DISCOVERED: NASA's twin Van Allen Probes, launched last August, have revealed a previously unknown third radiation belt around Earth. Another remnant from the explosion on Juno? CORONAL HOLE: A dark, V-shaped gap in the sun's atmosphere has opened up, and spewing solar wind into space.

Feb. 24thSunspot activity has faded, but there is new activity on the far side which will turn towards Earth in the next couple of days.

Feb.20th. New sunspot developing.

Feb. 19thM class M1.9 solar flare for Feb. 17th.

Feb.  Flurry of earthquake activity along the Pacific Rim fault recently.

Jan.. 5th A 7.7-magnitude earthquake has struck the western coast of Alaska. A tsunami warning has been issued for Alaska and British Columbia. CHANCE OF FLARES: New sunspot has developed a 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field that harbors energy for X-class solar flares. At the moment, the sunspot is mostly quiet, producing only a smattering of low-level C-class eruptions.


Dec. 28th. A relatively weak stream of solar wind is expected to brush against Earth's magnetic field on Dec. 28-29. With so much expectation for this Solar Maximum and the Mayan end-date the CME activity has been extremely disappointing. 2013 is only days away, and according to most forecasters, Solar Max should be approaching as well. But is it? There were only possibilities for C class flares in recent days. Declining sunspot counts and poor solar activity suggest Solar Max has already passed?  However, we do know that Earth is in the process of preparing for a Pole Reversal and that is very significant but it seems hard to link the actual changeover to the Solar Maximum. Pole Reversal is not Pole Shift.

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Dec.23rd. Volcano reported active in Chile ring of fire fault line. Also on fault line a similar volcano active and monitored in East Russia reported earlier.

Dec.  22nd. The side of the sun facing the Earth remains quiet, but the far side is growing restless. During the late hours of Dec. 20th and continuing through Dec. 21st, a series of CMEs was recorded flying over the solar limb: Another major earthquake in the ‘ring of fire’ region, Vanuatu.

Dec..20th. MAGNETIC FROTH: None of the spots on the Earth side of the sun is actively flaring. Instead, they are frothing.  The sun is still very quiet indicating no solar flares for Dec. 21st - so there won’t even be an Aurora Borealis light show to mark this date.

Dec. 16th A new group of sunspots could be poised to break the quiet. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory observed dark cores emerging over the sun's southeastern limb on Dec. 15th with 10% chance for M class flares on Dec. 16th. NASA END-OF-THE-WORLD VIDEO: NASA says the world won't end on Dec. 21st 2012.  The space agency has already released a news update for why the world didn’t end for the day after, Dec. 22nd.   The actual meaning of the calendar is believed to show the end of the Arctic North at Pole Reversal to Antarctica North.

Dec. 11th There is increased earthquake activity in the ring of fire including the Philippines, Indonesia and Japan where a nuclear power plant has been scrapped because it is on an active fault line.

Dec. 10th: Magnetic fields around departing sunspot became unstable and erupted during the late hours of Dec. 7th, hurling a bulb of plasma off the sun's western limb. This eruption missed Earth.

Asteroid Watch: Potentially Hazardous Asteroids are space rocks larger than approximately 100m that can come closer to Earth than 0.05 AU. None of the known PHAs is on a collision course with our planet, although astronomers are finding new ones all the time.

Dec. 1st: The sun is quiet but there are 4 sunspots forming a groups showing a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares. Any eruptions this weekend would likely be geo-effective as the sunspot group is turning to face Earth.

Nov. 27thA CME – coronal mass ejection - hit Earth's magnetic field on Nov. 26th.

Nov. 22ndSun active with potential M-class solar flares. There was an M1.6-class flare on Nov.20th

Nov.16th. There is a 40% chance of M-class solar flares and a 5% chance of X-flares today.

Nov.14th Sun now finally beginning to look alive again as a number of sunspots and magnetic filament forming over the sun’s eastern limb. .  However we expect Earth-human conflict to increase too.

Nov. 13th.  On Nov. 12th an interplanetary shock wave (probably the leading edge of a CME) hit Earth's magnetic field.

Nov. 8th - 10th.  New sunspot unleashed an M1.7-class flare meaning the quiet solar activity has picked up.  Also explosions on the far side of the sun has picked up.   We may be in for a new bout of conflict and issues.

Nov. 6th.  The SUN IS UNDER PERFORMING for Dec. 21st 2012! Forecasters expect the Solar Max of 2013 to be the weakest of the Space Age. It might be even weaker than they thought.  It is a very disappointing show for the ‘endtime’, the Pole Reversal and December 21st 2012 and solar activity in the super X class seems unlikely. This 20-year plot of sunspot activity shows the sun is underperforming.  Solar Maximum is believed to tie in with the timing of Pole Reversal, but does not affect Pole Reversal.

Description: E:\soul-search-new\sunspotcycle.jpg Projected graph.  Possible Solar maximum May 2013. Others suggest June or July at latest.  It is believed Pole Reversal will take place within the Solar Maximum.  

Oct. 25th. Forecasters estimate a 60% chance of M-class solar flares and a 10% chance of X-flares during the next 24 hours.

Oct. 23rd. X1-class flare from current sunspot activity.  Radiation hit over Asia and Australia but too early to know if there was a CME.

Oct. 22nd: ACTIVE SUNSPOT: New sunspot has potential for C- and M-class solar flares. One of the explosions, an M9-flare on Oct. 20th, produced a bright flash of extreme UV radiation.  As we are monitoring a connection between solar activity and human aggression, as the solar activity picks up, will we see increased conflict activity? Currently we have seen the very significant bomb in Beirut followed by protests and unrest.  It is hard not to see this as the beginning of the intended war [and Moslem Holocaust?] made possible by the Arab Spring. Expectations from now may see increased solar activity at M class and possibly X class levels.

Sept.11th. EXPLOSION ON JUPITER: Apparently, something hit Jupiter during the early hours of Sept. 10th igniting a ferocious fireball in the giant planet's cloud tops.

Sept.9th. After days of quiet, sunspot AR1564 erupted on Saturday, Sept. 8th, producing an M1-class solar flare.

Sept.4th. C class flare hit and now sub-siding.  Earthquake off Java/Bali.  40% chance of M class flare and directed towards Earth. Large earthquake strikes Costa Rica in Pacific Rim of Fire.

Sept. 3rdSolar activity has picked up now. 40% chance of M class flare in oncoming hours.

Aug. 28thThe sun continues to be quiet and unimpressive for the supposed solar peak originally believed to be December 2012 but now in June 2013. Until 2006 there was plenty of planetary and solar energy activity but not much since then.  Recent earthquake activity has rattled California and El Salvador.  Earth tectonic activity and weather has been in line with expectations, and still must assume something bigger is building due to location of Earth to sun and time etc.  Nothing indicating a big shift in December yet.

Aug. 21st. A stream of solar wind flowing from a coronal hole should reach Earth on Aug. 26-27.

Aug. 12th.  M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: Sunspot erupted on August 11th, producing a long-duration M1-class solar flare. Two major earthquakes hit northern Iran which lies on a fault line.

Aug. 9th. Pacific ‘ring of fire’ earthquake activity has been increasing plus this report of earthquake clusters in California. Earthquake activity often increases after solar activity i.e. last week. No current significant solar activity.

Aug. 6th. There is a 25% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on August 7/8. That's when a coronal mass ejection (CME) hurled into space by a filament eruption on Aug. 4 could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field.

Aug. 2nd.  In the days ahead, Earth will plunge deeper into a meteoroid stream, and meteor rates will increase accordingly. Forecasters expect the shower to peak on August 12-13 with as many as 100+ meteors per hour visible from dark-sky sites.

Aug. 1stSolar activity is known to disrupt communication systems and power grids.  The outage in India is not unexpected given the recent high level of solar activity.

July 30th. Estimated 45% chance of polar geomagnetic storms for July 29-30 in response to a high-speed solar wind stream buffeting Earth's magnetic field. Even stronger storming could occur on July 31st when a CME associated with yesterday's M6-flare arrives.  Sun is very active with more potential M class flares.

July 27th.  M-CLASS FLARE: Newly-emerging sunspot AR1532 unleashed an M2.7-class solar flare on July 27th.  This explosion did produce a CME and the cloud is heading for Earth. Earthquakes have been reported this week in the ‘ring of fire’ Indonesia, North island NZ, several Pacific islands and Japan.

July 21st SOLAR MAX: Forecasters say solar maximum is still a year away. Earlier this month activity similar to the solar max flared and sparked Northern Lights over the United States as far south as Arkansas, Colorado and California.  The timing of the solar max may also relate to pole reversal and ’end of the age’ – a distressingly long way off.

July 18th. Sunspot erupted on July 17th, producing an M1-class flare that unfolded slowly over a period of hours. This ejected and will give a glancing blow to the Earth by Saturday.  Since solar activity picked up and so has world violence and the agenda.

July 9thThe solar activity does seem to be picking up now and our interest is also to correlate this to world events and earthquake activity. Another big sunspot now emerging over the sun's southeastern limb, stretches more than 127,000 km (10 Earth diameters) from end to end.  It has a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares. So far, however, the sunspot's magnetic canopy is crackling with lesser C-flares. The calm before the storm? NOAA forecasters estimate an 80% chance of M-flares during the next 24 hours.  Recent earthquakes to note are a 6.2 off NZ and another near Japan.

July 8th X-FLARE: For days, a giant sunspot has looked capable of producing a really strong explosion. On July 6th it finally did: The sunspot's magnetic canopy erupted, producing a potent X1.1- class solar flare into the solar system.

July 6th.  Solar activity is now picking up as we approach December 2012. A NEW SUNSPOT is emerging over the sun's southeastern limb, and it appears to be a big on.  Perhaps significant X class?

July 5th:  A sunspot erupted on the 4th of July, producing an M2-class solar flare and a burst of shortwave radio noise that roared out of the loudspeakers of receivers on Earth. INCOMING CME: Massive sunspot is crackling with M-class solar flares and appears to be on the verge of producing an X-class explosion. On July 4th the active region hurled at least four minor CMEs into space, including one toward Earth.  This may signal some rocky eruptions and conflicts, but also a 6.2 earthquake off New Zealand.

June : The planet Venus is associated with the ‘end of this age’ according to the Mayan calendar, so the Venus transit across the sun in the first quarter of June may be a sign the time of change has begun.

June 4th.  An M-3 class flare erupted on the 3rd but not known if it’s heading Earth’s way yet.  A massive bird shaped dark coronal hole is turning towards Earth. Coronal holes are places where the sun's magnetic field opens up and allows the solar wind to escape. A stream of solar wind flowing from this coronal hole will reach Earth on June 5th - 7th, possibly stirring geomagnetic storms.  As this is the solar maximum year, the sun has been extremely quiet and inactive but maybe it flare’s as events on Earth erupt over the next few months?

May 17thM5 class solar flare erupted today and Earth is now in a radiation storm.

May 15th Solar Maximum expected in mid 2013.

May 12th.  Strong chance of M class flares Earth directed in next 24 hours.  For a peak solar cycle the sun has been extraordinarily quite but maybe be saving up for most of the action by the end of the year.

May 10th. Huge sunspot released M5-class solar flare but not Earth directed,, and may be on the verge of producing X class. The sunspot's 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field harbors energy for the more powerful X-class flares.

May 9th. Very large sunspot hurled 2 CME’s towards the Earth expected to arrive today and May 10th.  The sunspot itself has a 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field that harbors energy for X-class solar flares

May 7th. Large sunspot with 70% chance of more M-flares during the next 24 hours. There is also a 5% chance of powerful X-flares.

May 4th.  BBC World now reporting on the space craft size alleged meteor! Making a big issue that this was a meteorite. Was this part of the US secret space program? 

April 29th: Even more interest continues in explaining away the insignificant ‘meteor’ that came in over Nevada Mtns!

April 28thChance of M class flares in next 24 hours.

April 27thInterest in and questions about the entry of what seems to be a returning space capsule is worthy of official comment.   Now official news reports people have collected the remains of this insignificant meteor!

April 24th. On Sunday April 22nd, as the Lyrid meteor shower was dying down, a spectacular fireball exploded over California's Sierra Nevada mountain range. A sonic boom was heard and the energy is estimated at a massive 3.8 kilotons of TNT, so this was a big event.   It entered very slowly at around 15 klms per hour and was about the size of a minivan or space capsule. Meteor or something else?

April 11th.  8.5 or 8.7 earthquake hits off Sumatra, Indonesia with tsunami warning though not expected to have same level tsunami as the quake was horizontal not vertical and does not push up so much water.  The fault links are about half that of the Boxing Day 2004 quake/tsunami.  The sun has been inactive and blank with only a small hit by incoming CME wind stream in recent days. However the energies have been dead and flat for about 3 or 4 day which would relate to an earlier CME storm impact as the trigger.

April 10thThe solar wind stream seems to have mostly missed Earth.  The sun is the quietist it has ever been with pictures showing it completely blank, no activity at all.  This is the peak year of the solar cycle, so what is to happen when it gets moving? Does it all start to happen at once?

April 9th. Chance of strong geomagnetic storms around the poles on April 8-9 when a CME delivers a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field from a cloud that was sent  towards Earth by a solar filament, which erupted on April 5th

April 6th. EIGHT SISTERS: for several nights the Seven Sisters [Pleiades] has been the Eight Sisters. Venus has been on the outskirts of the Pleiades star cluster, temporarily adding its bright light to the cluster's delicate luminosity. Long ago Earth was considered the eighth star of the 7 Sisters.  Presuming this wasn’t observed from being on another planet [in order to see Earth in the sky] instead it is believed Earth was physically located there.

April 4th. A magnetic filament on April 2nd, hurling a light CME in the direction of Earth. A weak impact is expected sometime on April 4th.

March 25th Since March began, increased solar activity from one very active sunspot has propelled CMEs into every corner of the solar system, stirring up stormy space weather around every planet and spacecraft. If the sunspot remains active for another week or so, it will turn back toward Earth for a new round of geo-effective eruptions. The eruptions of early March created enough heat in Earth's upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years. The heat has since dissipated, but there's more to come as the solar cycle intensifies.

March 11thAs reported the sun released a powerful M class flare which hits the Earth fields on March 11th, the year anniversary of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.  The solar flare also set off a monster solar tsunami.

March 9thThe impact on the planetary field from the X5 CME was not as strong as expected and despite TV news indicating “biggest geomagnetic storms in 6 years”, they have been weaker than expected.  A new X class flare which is more than 7 times wider than Earth is ready to unleash today and is Earth directed.

March 7thTwo coronal mass ejections (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field on March 7th. One was not strong but the first  is the strongest yet, an X5-class eruption with an extreme UV flash:

Feb. 29th More spectacular sky displays round the Arctic prompting comments from seasoned sky watchers, such as “What a fantastic burst of energy--like something blew a hole into Earth's magnetic field just above us!"

Feb. 23rd SOLAR TSUNAMI: Tangled magnetic fields on the sun erupted today, producing a solar tsunami [monster waves].  Also many unusual fireballs.

Feb. 18th There has been an unexplained display of auroral activity without a solar flare to trigger it. It started on Feb. 14th when a magnetic disturbance rippled around the north pole. Once begun, the display was amplified by the actions of the interplanetary magnetic field. The interplanetary field near Earth tipped south, opening a crack in our planet's magnetic defenses. Solar wind poured in and fueled the auroras.

Feb. 11thSolar activity is picking up with the chance of an Earth directed M-class flare this weekend. On Feb. a dark magnetic filament exploded.  Flares influence activity so may see an escalation in conflict hotspots as energy is stirred up.

Feb. 7th. . M1-class eruption on Feb. 6th.  Possibility of more M-flares during the next 24 hours but not necessarily earth directed.

Feb. 1stSmall chance of a geomagnetic storm hitting earth’s shields on Feb. 3rd.

Jan. 31st   The CME effects missed Earth so no geomagnetic storms expected. It is interesting to correlate solar activity with increased planetary activity.  The last powerful Light storm saw Libyans free Bani Walid from NTC/NATO occupation!

Jan. 30th   An X2-class solar flare erupted on Jan. 27th with possibly geomagnetic storms today [30th] from a glancing blow to Earth.

Jan 26th. The sun has ejected a sequence of C-class magnetic eruptions around the active region and hurled a bright coronal mass ejection over the sun's north pole.

Jan 23rd.  Massive CME M class 9 almost an X class.  This will impact on Jan. 24-25th.  Last CME Earth impact was Jan. 22nd.  These build ups always precede conflicts of some kind [could be increased heart attacks for example] but also huge military buildup and transportation of military tanks etc for on the ground action.  See ‘News Home’ for current world news.

Jan. 20th. INCOMING CME: Active sunspot erupted yesterday, Jan. 19th producing an M3-class solar flare and a full-halo coronal mass ejection (CME). The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded the cloud expanding almost directly toward Earth: This should spice up some world activity a bit.

Jan 15th.  The sun has not been very exciting for a peak solar flare year, or for the end of an entire ‘age’.  It may really pick up as the year moves on. Current sunspots have the potential for strong eruptions. One produced an M1-flare on Jan. 14th. Two days earlier, while it was still on the far side of the sun, another produced a partially-eclipsed flare of uncertain magnitude that created waves of ionization in the atmosphere over Europe.


Dec. 26th:   CME TARGETS MARS, EARTH: New sunspot erupted during the late hours of Christmas Day, producing an M4-class flare and hurling a CME toward Earth and Mars. On Dec. 28th the CME and an incoming solar wind stream (unrelated to the CME) could arrive in quick succession. After three years of deep quiet, the sun woke up in 2011. Sunspots and solar flares became commonplace again as long-awaited Solar Cycle 24 got underway.

Dec. 6th. New sunspot AR1363 has developed a delta-class magnetic field that harbors energy for X-class solar flares. 

Nov. 30thPossibility for M class flare.

Nov. 28th. A solar radiation storm is in progress around Earth but the storm has little effect on Earth other than to disturb HF radio transmissions at high latitudes. Energetic protons, which make up the bulk of the storm, were accelerated in our direction by shock waves.  A CME reached Earth on Nov. 28th

Nov. 14th An enormous wall of plasma is towering over the sun's southeastern horizon prompting sun observers to proclaim this to be the biggest prominence that many had ever witnessed. More unusual is a dark filament of magnetism that is snaking more than halfway around the entire sun which stretches more than a million km or about three times the distance between Earth and the Moon. If the filament becomes unstable, as solar filaments can, it could collapse and hit the stellar surface below, triggering a Hyder-flare. Observers wonder what could possibly come next since we are still over a year away from the forecasted Solar Maximum.

Nov. 12th Solar flare erupted.

Nov. 11thM-class flare on the 9th set to interact with Earth.

Nov. 8th Several M class flares at the weekend, now with big chance of M flares today and less chance of X class.

Nov. 5th. BIG SUNSPOT still poses a threat for powerful eruptions. This massive sunspot has a "beta-gamma-delta" magnetic field that harbors energy for more X-flares. Eruptions this weekend could be Earth-directed.. 

Nov. 4thX-FLARE: Big sunspot released an X2-class solar flare on Nov. 3rd.  The flare created waves of ionization in Earth's upper atmosphere, altering the normal pattern of radio waves over Europe and the Americas. X class flares always carry major activity in the play of reality.

Nov. 2ndAn M class flare was ejected from the sun yesterday but not specifically Earth directed. However, a shock wave in the solar wind swept past Earth during the early hours of Nov 1stA coronal mass ejection (CME) left the sun on Oct. 31st when a solar filament erupted; the cloud could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field this Thursday. Huge sunspot building with potential for M class flares in the oncoming days.

Oct. 28th People in the US are still talking about the spooky red auroras ignited by a CME on Oct. 24th

Oct. 26th-27th. The intense geomagnetic storm of Oct. 24-25 has subsided. For much of the past few years, the sun has been in a quiet state; but solar activity is cyclical and the sun now [finally] appears to be waking up again. Forecasters expect new Solar Cycle 24 to peak in 2012-2013.

Oct. 25thA CME hit Earth on Oct. 24th.  It erupted then was propelled towards Earth from an unstable filament on the sun on October 22nd.  The impact strongly compressed Earth's magnetic field.  This explains some weird energies and slow communications connections.  Another CME headed off towards Mars a couple of days ago and is expected to reach there by the 26th.  Mars and some influence re war?  Sun still has sunspots with the potential for M class flares.

Oct. 20th-21st:  Still many festering sunspots but activity is quiet.  Possibility for M class flare is building.

Oct. 17th.  Many individual sunspots that some have likened it to a swarm of army ants. The swarm is growing. Over the weekend, the sunspot group's total area nearly tripled the complexity of its magnetic field has increased as well. The sunspot's magnetic canopy is now unstable and harbors energy for strong M-class solar flares with estimate a 40% chance of such an eruption during the next 24 hours.

Oct. 14th: FARSIDE ERUPTION: An active region on the far side of the sun erupted and hurled a significant coronal mass ejection toward Mercury and Venus.

Oct. 6th.  DRACONID METEOR OUTBURST: Forecasters say Earth is heading for a stream of dust from Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner. A close encounter with the comet's fragile debris could spark a meteor outburst over parts of our planet on October 8th. Long awaited Comet Elenin disintegrated sometime ago…no doomsday there. A CME hit Earth’s magnetosphere on Oct. 5th.  Explosion from far side of the sun heading towards inner planets.  Stream from a coronal hole expected to reach Earth by Oct. 9th.

Oct.1st. 2 sunspot eruptions in quick succession, slowly traveling towards Earth and expected by Oct. 4th.

Sept. 27thA strong-to-severe geomagnetic storm is in progress following the impact of a coronal mass ejection (CME) at approximately 12:15 UT on Sept. 26th. The Goddard Space Weather Lab reports a "strong compression of Earth's magnetosphere. Simulations indicate that solar wind plasma [has penetrated] close to geosynchronous orbit starting at 13:00UT." Geosynchronous satellites could therefore be directly exposed to solar wind plasma and magnetic fields.

Sept. 22nd:  STRONG SOLAR ACTIVITY: 2 X-flares and, sunspot AR1302 appears ready for more. The active region has a complex "beta-gamma-delta" magnetic field that harbors energy for strong 

M- and X-class eruptions. Flares will become increasingly geo effective as the sunspot turns toward Earth in the days ahead. Saturday was a super-strong solar day with near continuous flaring and radio sweeps,

Sept. 20thThe sun has been active again since August.  Currently an M-class sunspot is building.

Sept. 17thEarth directed C-class flare was experienced.

Sept.7th. M-class flare [strong] issued this morning and was Earth directed.

Sept. 5thM-class flares not planet directed but with residual impact to shields.Shields’ have a real existence as the magnetosphere.. It is believed that at pole reversal, this also reverses. More on Pole Reversal is on introduction pages.

Aug. 20th – 22ndUnusual earthquake activity in Virginia affected east coast USA, hitting Washington DC and New York.

Aug. 19th. New sunspot building has beta-delta-gamma magnetic field that could lead to X-class flare possibly Earth directed.  M-class flare activated earlier out towards Venus but for anyone who knows about the Mayan astro-physics, Venus has a life or death influence on Earth at this time so this could be significant.

Aug. 16th. Solar activity increasing again with one area bigger than Earth. Aug. 12thSun has quieted down. Aug. 10th. Major Solar Flare.  This morning the sun released an X-7 solar flare which is the most powerful of this cycle.  Not Earth directed but may bring glancing blow.

Aug. 9thM- class flare on 8th.

Aug. 6th. Major geomagnetic storm.

Aug. 5th. CME impact may have strongly compressed Earth's magnetic field. Significant M-class solar flare M9-3 on Aug 4th almost X-class. Energetic protons around Earth jumped nearly 100-fold. Solar wind stream from coronal hole should reach Earth Aug. 7th - 8th.Aug. 2nd M1-class flare. to reach Earth on Aug. 5th. Polar geomagnetic storms possible when the CME arrives. July 31st Solar wind stream reaches Earth’s magnetic field. Brief strong M9-class flare on July 30th. Chance of X-class flare.




Solar Flare Activity 2001 to 2012

Feb. 26th

Recent solar activity fizzled out.

Sunspot complex 1161-1162 quieted down over Feb 19th--20th producing few intense flares. Could it be the quiet before the storm?

Feb. 22nd.

The tempestuous appearance of the region suggests more action could be in the offing. NOAA forecasters estimate a 50% chance of M-class solar flares during the next 24 hours. *M class are the same as the recent solar flare a few days ago which possibly triggered the NZ earthquake.


An unexpected solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field during the late hours of Feb. 21st.

A huge active region is transiting the far side and crackling with flares; it will turn toward Earth in about a week.

Feb. 18th:  Waves of solar particles hit the Earth’s magnetosphere   at approximately 0100 UT on Feb. 18th (8:00 pm EST on Feb. 17th). The impact was not as strong as expected considering the cloud's probable X-class origin.



The SUN IS UNDER PERFORMING for Dec. 21st 2012!




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