Music of the sphere, heartbeat of the sun

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    1. I had to look it up. But no damage. From

      “What’s really curious about it [the large sunspot] is that it’s produced so many flares of pretty good size, but little or no coronal mass ejections,” Young said. “It’s not that it’s never happened before, but it tends to be the case that when you have a big flare, you generally get a big CME.”

      Earth-directed CMEs are responsible for geomagnetic storms that can harm satellites in orbit or even knock out power grids on the planet. A CME produced by a sunspot larger than AR 2192 knocked out the power in Quebec, Canada, in 1989, Young said.

  1. I actually find this quite frightening,I know it’s beem doing this for hundreds and thousands of millions of years but I was watching this waiting for it to go BOOM, I was almost terrified 😮

    You stated that in this south was up, just like I think the earth is, the way I see it the northern hemisphere is at the bottom and Australia and the southern hemisphere are on top. It’s true that Australia is slipping towards the equator and will in time bump into big heaps of Asian countries, so therefore if we are sliding we must be sliding down, you can’t slide up. So you Yankees are downunder not us. The mind boggles 😀

    O_o o_O 😈

    The Indian sub continent slid own bumped into Asia and squashed the land and pushed up big mountains that we call the Himalayas, .

    Have a good weekend 😛

... and that's my two cents