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X-ray Solar Flares 17 dec 2017

Posted by Blogweb on December 18, 2017 at 12:10 PM Comments comments (0)

GEOMAGNETIC UNREST: A stream of solar wind is blowing around Earth faster than 600 km/s. This is causing intermittent G1-class geomagnetic storms and Arctic auroras. Solar wind

speed: 642.0 km/sec

density: 5.5 protons/cm3

X-ray Solar Flares 17 dec 2017

bv tonynetone

The Pentagon spent millions of dollars investigating reports of unidentified flying objects

Posted by Blogweb on December 17, 2017 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Pentagon Spent $22 Million on UFO Research congressional service.

The $22 million Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program began in 2008 OBAMA after its funding was pushed by Sen. Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat who retired this year.

Freud was a fraud!

Posted by Blogweb on December 15, 2017 at 12:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Freud was a fraud! the least science confirm our report science-based psychotherapy. Freud: The Making of an Illusion Freud was a despicable person with multiple character flaws. well-referenced investigation of Freud's descent into pseudoscience is a fascinating read.

debris from rock asteroid or comet 3200 Phaethon

Posted by Blogweb on December 14, 2017 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Girdwood, Alaska: meteor shower is peaking today, Dec. 14th, as Earth passes through a stream of gravelly debris from rock asteroid or comet 3200 Phaethon. similar Geminid appeared over Rodokipos, Halkidiki, Greece.

Valencia rock abruptly came away from an asteroid and entered the Earth's atmosphere

Posted by Blogweb on December 11, 2017 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

valencia Oceanografic Marine Park, Europe's biggest aquarium

valencia big construction of maritime port for tourism

Fri, 06 Dec 2017 coast of Valencia rock abruptly came away from an asteroid and entered the Earth's atmosphere maybe 3200 Phaethon?

Photonuclear reactions triggered by lightning discharge

Posted by Blogweb on November 27, 2017 at 12:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Photonuclear reactions triggered by lightning discharge

Lightning, particularly the very energetic -ray flashes, can theoretically generate radioactive isotopes through the interaction of relativistic electrons with atoms and molecules in the air. Some weak observational evidence for this was recently claimed. Teruaki Enoto and collaborators report observations of a coastal thunderstorm in Japan on 6 February 2017, in which they see a clear signature of positron annihilation associated with -ray flashes, combined with -rays arising in the de-excitation of nuclei excited by neutron capture. They conclude that the positrons arise from the decay of neutrons after the lightning.


these flash types in various sections on lightning and on lightning in ... to some microamperes at the highly stressed electrode preceding the ultimate spark are very interested in trace gases produced by lightning, particularly nitrogen ... Ozone is an important greenhouse gas, and OH is a highly reactive ... To better understand lightning flash energy.

This man outside the Verizon store in lower Manhattan

Posted by Blogweb on November 25, 2017 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

This man outside the Verizon store in lower Manhattan
this guy is doing what everyone should be doing but isn't because it's too 'difficult' but now Politicians do not fear people sending emails its not 1995. Now 100k in the streets? That shows you are committed to voting against them.There’s nothing wrong with this citizen’s appearance.

Don't forget Verizon is also:

Oath AOL AOL Mail (webmail) Compuserve Engadget HuffPost MapQuest (web mapping) Moviefone Netscape RYOT TechCrunch Yahoo! BrightRoll (video advertising) Flickr (photo sharing) Polyvore Tumblr Yahoo! Mail (webmail) Yahoo! Messenger (instant messaging)

There are protests planned at Verizon stores nationwide on Dec. 7th. 2017.

New Orbits for Comets C/1960 M1 (Humason), C/1980 E1 (Bowell), and Musings on Extrasolar Comets

Posted by Blogweb on November 21, 2017 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Interstellar object for the First Time C/1980 E1 is a non-periodic comet discovered by Edward L. G. Bowell on 11 February 1980. C/1980 E1 is leaving the Solar System on a hyperbolic trajectory


Before entering the inner Solar System for a 1982 perihelion passage, C/1980 E1 had a barycentric (epoch 1950-Jan-01) orbit with an aphelion of 74,300 AU (1.17 light-years), and a period of approximately 7.1 million years.


. Since the epoch of 1977-Mar-04, C/1980 E1 has had a barycentric eccentricity greater than 1,[2] keeping it on a hyperbolic trajectory that will eject it from the Solar System. Objects in hyperbolic orbits have negative semimajor axis, giving them a positive orbital energy. The Minor Planet Center does not directly list a semimajor axis for this comet.[5]


By May 1995, the comet was 30 AU from the Sun on an ejection trajectory going 8.6 km/s (19,000 mph). Since February 2008, the comet has been more than 50 AU from the Sun.[6]


The production of OH (hydroxide) was observed pre-perihelion while the comet was nearly 5 AU from the Sun.[7] CN (cyanide) was not detected until the comet was near perihelion. The comet nucleus was estimated to have a radius of several kilometers. The surface crust was probably a few meters thick.


Now any comet currently more than about 150,000 AU (2 ly) from the Sun can be considered lost to the interstellar medium. The nearest known star is Proxima Centauri system triple stars. As they come into or leave the inner Solar System they may have their orbit changed by the planets, or alternatively be ejected from the Solar System

Many of these comets may come from the Oort cloud, or perhaps even have interstellar origin LIKE Comet Lulin AND `Oumuamua, maybe asteroid.


. Comet dust – Comet dust refers to cosmic dust that originates from a comet. Comet dust can provide clues to comets origin, when the Earth passes through a comet dust trail, it can produce a meteor shower. Bulk properties of the comet dust such as density as well as the composition can distinguish between the models. For example, the ratios of comet and of interstellar dust are very similar. The 1) interstellar model says that ices formed on dust grains in . cloud that preceded the Sun. The mix of ice and dust then aggregated into a comet without appreciable chemical modification, J. Mayo Greenberg first proposed this idea in 1986. In the 2) Solar System model, the ices that formed in the interstellar cloud first vaporized as part of the disk of gas. The vaporized ices later resolidified and assembled into comets, so the comets in this model would have a different composition than those comets that were made directly from interstellar ice.


TONYNETONE ). Investigating the link between cometary and interstellar material.


Proxima Centauri as seen by TONYNETONE


Proxima Centauri (from Latin, meaning 'nearest [star] of Centaurus', or Alpha Centauri C, is a red dwarf, a small low-mass star.


Posted by Blogweb on November 3, 2017 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

DISCOVERY OF DUST BELTS AROUND PROXIMA CENTAURI astronomer at the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia in Spain, said in a press release Proxima Centauri, the star closest to our Sun, is known to host at least one terrestrial planet candidate in a temperate orbit. Here we report the ALMA detection of the star at 1.3 mm wavelength and the discovery of a belt of dust orbiting around it at distances ranging between 1 and 4 au, approximately. Given the low luminosity of the Proxima Centauri star Proxima Centauri is already known to have one Earth-sized world around it, and now astronomers have detected dust belts that could be an indication of more. “The dust around Proxima is important because, following the discovery of the terrestrial planet Proxima b, it’s the first indication of the presence of an elaborate planetary system, and not just a single planet, around the star closest to our sun

blue auroras

Posted by Blogweb on October 29, 2017 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)

blue auroras seen in the Arctic Circle AFTER 28 OCT geomagnetic storms most often seen during intense geomagnetic storms