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rafiix
Pewnie to wina sprzętu którym robione było to zdjęcieWink
 
wibi

mcclay napisał(a):
A jak potraficie to wytłumaczyć ? WIBI nie widziałeś nic takiego na zdjęciach słońca ? Pod koniec filmu ciekawie to wygląda.

http://www.youtub...HI0u_F5sTM

Przyczyn takiej jednej klatki filmu (zdjęcia) może być wiele.
Prawdopodobnie jakiś reflex światła odbitego od jakiegoś małego obiektu typu meteoryt. Wiele razy widziałem podobne i jeszcze dziwniejsze.
Masz apartat to pewnie wiesz co można zrobić bawiąc się czasem naświetlania i przysłoną.

Wiele osób przypisuje co trochę do takich zdjęć skrót UFO. Tak jest najprościej, bo nie trzeba myśleć.
Jeśli niezidentyfikowany, to znaczy że oni nie potrafią tego zidentyfikować.
 
mcclay
Dzięki za rozwianie zagadki Wink Też tak myślałem że to coś tak będzie Wink
 
mcclay
Filmik który podałeś robi naprawdę wrażenie... To może się stać w każdej chwili... Ciekawe czy nasz kraj jest przygotowany na taką ewentualność...
 
WildLady
O rany, nie było mnie kilka dni, a czytania i oglądania mam na cały dzień ! Filmy zostawiam więc sobie na wieczór, ale już widzę, że rokują super - dzięki !
 
brunia3
www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/gallery/HollomanMisc/full/arch7.gif
 
brunia3
www.swpc.noaa.gov/sxi/images/latest_sxi.png
 
pelo51
Tak się zastanawiam czy magnetosfera ziemi ma wpływ na atmosferę, tzn czy jak się magnetosfara ugina pod wiatrem s. to czy to ma jakiś wpływ na naszą widzialną atmosferę ?! Słyszałem taką rozmowę na ulicy " patrz jak te chmury sie ciągną po ziemi jakby miały spaść" Rozumiem że oczywiście to wszystko jest za sparwa frontów atmosferycznych , ale ?
 
wibi
W tym przypadku trzeba się zastanowić, co może być w atmosferze lub z nią związane, co będzie reagowało z polem magnetycznym.
Jedyne co mi przychodzi na myśl, to energia elektryczna, czyli naładowane elektrycznie cząsteczki wody.
 
petrus13
A zacząć by trzeba od podstaw , np.
http://www.atmosp...r_3mj.html
Grin
 
Anu
spinaczel napisał:

bierze to sie z tego, ze elektromagnetyzm jest jedna z 4 sil natury powstalych w wielkim wybuchu,


elektromagnetyzm czy magnetyzm?
 
petrus13
Słoneczna flota NASA zagląda w dziury-otwory w atmosferze słonecznej :

http://www.nasa.g...ities.html
 
petrus13
STEREO-B jest atakowane przez CME po ostatnich rozbłyskach z plamy 1598 .Szału nie ma - Bz raczej obojętne i prędkośc też nie powala , tak więc jezeli plama nie zmieni klasy magnetycznej , to nawet przy dalszej aktywnosci nie powinna nam zaszkodzić
s12.postimage.org/v4nyf0qqh/stereo_b_solarwind.jpg

Po dzisiejszym X1.8 też nie zaobserwowano większego CME
 
petrus13
Na chwilę obecną " spece " Grin uważają za najbardziej prawdopodobny region do rozbłysku - 1596
dają 3% szans na X i 40% szans na M - a to prawdopodobnie z powodu tego , iz obecnie jest to - według NASA - jedyna plama o klasie magnetycznej BETA-GAMMA

Natomiast stopień aktywności Słońca określa się jako WYSOKI -
1X 1M i 7C - tyle flar było w ciągu ostatnich 24h
 
petrus13
Sporo tej wiszącej plazmy
s7.postimage.org/nijholqxz/wisz.jpg
 
petrus13
Nasze Słoneczko szaleje na wschodzie , zachodzie i po drugiej stronie , tylko u nas tradycyjnie cisza

s11.postimage.org/y0ilcvxa7/20121103_130935_n7c2_A.jpg

s11.postimage.org/z47b2l7b3/20121103_125424_d7c2_B.jpg
 
petrus13
Tradycyjnie już aktywność Słońca na wschodzie rośnie , i możemy się chyba spodziewać paru większych rozbłysków z tamtego kierunku w najbliższym czasie
s11.postimage.org/kprkfldvj/latest_sam.jpg

s9.postimage.org/9jrslexzf/Xray_1m.jpg

A już wkrótce , bo 2 grudnia Ziemia znajdzie się dokładnie na osi JOWISZ - SŁOŃCE
s11.postimage.org/3tg9seagv/image.jpg

Obecnie to wygląda mniej więcej tak :
s11.postimage.org/paw4dhr3z/image.jpg
Edytowane przez petrus13 dnia 05-11-2012 21:20
 
petrus13

13 listopada wieczorem polskiego czasu w Australii nastąpi całkowite zaćmienie Słońca. Zjawisko będzie można obejrzeć dzięki internetowej transmisji na żywo, zorganizowanej przez projekt GLORIA.


http://www.polski...transmisje
 
Althalus
ale te nasze słoneczko niespokojne wyczuwam iX-a
 
wibi
Potrzebne jest dobre tłumaczenie tego materiału:

For the first time in the world, an international research team consisting mainly of researchers from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and RIKEN recently discovered the phenomenon of the polarity of the polar magnetic field in the solar polar region reversing faster than expected by using the Solar Optical Telescope (SOT) mounted on the Solar Observation Satellite "Hinode." This discovery was brought about by the SOT's high spatial resolution and high-precision polarimetry, and the long-term operation steadily conducted via the "Hinode" satellite.

At present, solar activity has passed the solar minimum and is increasing slightly. Looking at the overall picture, the solar magnetic field in this solar minimum shows that the north polar region has negative polarity and the south polar region has positive polarity. The polarity of both the north and south polar regions is expected to reverse in May 2013, around the same time as the solar maximum, which is the period with the largest average number of sunspots.

The Sun's polar magnetic field is considered to be the origin of sunspots which are known to be the source of solar activity. That behavior will be very important in forecasting solar activity in the future. In the past, polarity reversal was observed by solar telescopes on the ground. Consequently, only the average strength and polarity of the magnetic fields was found due to the lack resolution, and it was not possible to know what was occurring in the solar polar region.

Based on observations conducted with high spatial resolution and high-precision polarimetry of the SOT aboard the "Hinode" satellite in September of 2007, magnetic field patches, which were broad and spotty, with a magnetic field strength comparable to sunspots, were discovered for the first time, scattered in the solar polar region. (Reference: Press release "'Hinode' discovered strong magnetic field patches in the Sun's polar region.")

Since that, the "Hinode" satellite has been conducting polar observation regularly for four years, during which solar activity passed the solar minimum and has been increasing. As a result, it was discovered during observations conducted in January 2012 that the north polar magnetic field was dwindling close to almost zero, one year earlier than expected. That is to say, the number of magnetic field patches, which play the role of magnetic field spots in the north polar region, decreased rapidly and spots of opposite polarity emerged at low latitudes. (Figures A and B) Consequently, it is considered that there is a large scale disappearance of the opposite polarity magnetic field and polarity reversal occurring in the north polar region of the sun.

According to these observations, the north polar magnetic field is forecast to shift from negative to positive polarity soon. On the other hand, surprisingly, the "Hinode" has confirmed that there are few signs of polarity reversal in the south polar field, and it is steadily maintaining positive polarity.(Figure C) Generally speaking, the solar magnetic field has a bipolar configuration; like a bar magnet, for example, the sun's south and north polar regions have a positive and negative polarity structure respectively. However, according to observations by "Hinode," it is assumed that the solar magnetic field will be a quadrupole structure, where both the north and south have positive polarity. Numerical calculations are being performed to understand the structure of the solar magnetic field based on the "Hinode" observation data.

Solar polar observation is extremely important for forecasting solar activity in the future. The solar minimum, which is the period from the end of the previous solar activity cycle to the beginning of the current cycle, has continued longer than expected (An ordinary solar cycle is approximately 11 years, while the current cycle is 12.6 years). Also, up until now, current solar activity has been more sluggish than previously. Furthermore, signs that the large solar magnetic field has changed to a quadrupole structure were discovered by the current "Hinode" observations. These research results show that the solar dynamo, which is a process generating magnetic fields within the Sun, is bringing about changes seen for the first time since the start of modern-style solar observation. It is believed that the Sun has previously experienced these circumstances during the Maunder Minimum and Dalton Minimum, which are said to have been periods when the Earth's climate was colder. Attention will be paid to future changes.

These research findings are highly important results, which will revolutionize conventional wisdom regarding the polarity reversal process in the solar polar magnetic field. Intensive observation of the north polar region is scheduled to be conducted around October 2012 in order to clarify future change. Thanks to the advancements in observation by the Solar Observation Satellite "Hinode," understanding is expected to grow related to basic research on the solar dynamo and the influence of solar activity on the global environment.

hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/2007sep_npole.jpg
hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/2012jan_npole.jpg
Figure A:
The magnetic landscape of the sun's polar region taken on Sep. 2007 (left) and Jan. 2012 (right).


hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/np_20080920_vf_ncolor-p.jpg
hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/np_20111009_vf_ncolor-p.jpg
Figure B:
The close up view near the north pole 70-85 degrees, taken on Sep. 20 2008 (left) and Oct. 9 2011 (right).

hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/sp_20090320_vf_ncolor-p.jpg
hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/120419PressRelease/sp_20110324_vf_ncolor-p.jpg
Figure C:
The close up view near the south pole 70-85 degrees, taken on Mar. 20 2009 (left) and Mar. 24 2011 (right).


A Japan-US-Euro international research team including the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan observed the solar polar region with the Solar Optical Telescope aboard the solar observating satellite "Hinode", and discovered strong magnetic field patches which are more than 1000 Gauss, comparable to field strength of a sunspot. The discovery was made by the result of the first successful acquisition of clear images of solar polar region by "Hinode". The observation showed that the magnetic field in the solar polar region were of isolated, patch-like shape and broadly distributed in the entire polar area. They are also very small and have short life compared to the sunspot. Before Hinode's result, it had been thought that only broad and weak magnetic fields existed in the solar polar region. We can say that this result has changed our recognition of how the solar polar region is.

The observation of the solar polar region is extremely important also for forecasting the solar activity in the future. Currently the solar activity is remaining quiet much longer than expected, and the research team is continuing a precise observation of the solar polar region by "Hinode". The research team wants to clarify the mechanism of the formation of the sunspot that causes solar flares and terrestrial magnetic disturbance, and the mechanism to accelerate the solar wind, by continued observations in the future. In addition, it is expected that the study of the influence of the solar cycle and the Sun on the global environment would be advanced by the research based on the observational data of "Hinode".

These findings were published in the December 1, 2008 issue of the Astrophysical Journal and in the November 20, 2009 issue of the Astrophysical Journal Letters.

hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/100309PressRelease/spole_invBline_up.png
Figure A:
Polar view of the magnetic field strength.



hinode.nao.ac.jp/news/100309PressRelease/Spole_20100301c2.png
Figure B:
Coronal magnetic field structure at the South polar coronal hole. (NAOJ/JAXA/STEL)


http://hinode.nao...ex_e.shtml
http://hinode.nao...9_press_e/
 
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