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Half a dozen explosions with all eyes on November 1st. Astronomers have recorded a series of terrible eruptions on the surface of the Sun

Half a dozen explosions with all eyes on November 1st. Astronomers have recorded a series of terrible eruptions on the surface of the Sun 1
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On Tuesday, October 26, the Solar Dynamics Observatory, a NASA spacecraft, recorded a series of eruptions at the edge of the Sun that did not face the Earth. Exactly where these explosions occurred is unclear, but the space weather monitoring site SpaceWeather.com suggested that it was a sunspot or a dark concentration of magnetic activity on the surface of the Sun, according to space.com.

“At least half a dozen explosions have occurred in the Sun,” the SpaceWeather.com report said.

The report also says that scientists have the opportunity to learn more about the location of the eruptions when the Sun returns this part to Earth within 1-2 days. The rotation of the Sun is different at different latitudes, because it is a large ball of gas, and to rotate at the equator it takes 24 Earth days, and at the poles – more than 30 days. So, it will take about a week for a quarter of a revolution, which will begin somewhere on November 1.

This year continues the beginning of a new 11-year cycle of solar activity, which began in December 2019. At the beginning of the cycle, there are usually fewer sunspots and fewer eruptions.

Currently, these phenomena are intensifying as the peak of solar activity is approaching, which is expected around mid-2025. Nasa pictures though look really scary:

The Solar Dynamics Observatory is one of the telescopes and spacecraft that observe the Sun to improve solar weather forecasts. A strong flash directed at the Earth, if accompanied by a stream of charged particles known as coronal mass ejection, can cause problems such as satellite failure or damage to power lines.

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The photo of the Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the area of ​​solar activity (middle left) on the left edge of the Sun when it became visible on October 26, 2021. Photo: ISS

In addition to the fact that solar activity is becoming more and more unpleasant for people, with sensitivity to a sharp change in the electromagnetic background, in addition to possible problems with communication and electrical devices, let us not forget that solar flares, as well as gamma-ray bursts, are directly related to seismic and volcanic activity.

Therefore, we must think that soon we will hear about new volcanoes, new strong earthquakes and, most likely, about the next critical situation around Cumbre Vieja, which, as it is already quite clear today, is caused not by processes in the lithosphere, but by processes in the mantle.

It is unclear how strong this cycle of sunshine will be, but a sudden surge in solar activity can cause a surge in the brain activity of some of the globalists or great supreme leaders who can suddenly press the wrong button.

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