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From: Roger Nelson
To: All
Date: 2016-11-30 14:29:24
Subject: Weather

Space Weather News for Nov. 30, 2016
http://spaceweather.com
https://www.facebook.com/spaceweatherdotcom
 
WEIRD ATMOSPHERIC WAVE RIPPLES OVER CHINA: On Nov. 24th, a deep-rippling
wave at the edge of space crossed the night sky above China. Eye-witnesses
saw the airglow layer split in two, and at least one photographer captured
beautiful images of the event.  It might be a type of exotic wave called a
"mesospheric bore." Visit Spaceweather.com to see the photos and
learn more.
 
UNEXPECTED SOLAR FLARES: Catching forecasters off guard, a new sunspot
(AR2615) has emerged and it is crackling with M-class solar flares. Minor
radio blackouts are underway on Nov. 29-30 as pulses of UV and X-radiation
ionize the top of Earth's atmosphere.  This is *not* a major space weather
event, but it is a break from the sun's recent deepening quiet.
 
Remember, Spaceweather.com is now on Facebook!
 
A pulse of extreme UV radiation from surprising sunspot AR2615, recorded on
Nov. 29th by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
 
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Regards,
 
Roger

--- DB 3.99 + W10 (1607)
 * Origin: NCS BBS - Houma, LoUiSiAna (1:3828/7)
SEEN-BY: 120/544 123/500 138/146 140/1 153/7715 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360
SEEN-BY: 227/51 230/0 240/5832 249/303 261/38 266/404 512 275/100 280/464 5003
SEEN-BY: 288/34 320/219 342/17 77 423/81 120 633/267 640/384 712/620 848 770/1
SEEN-BY: 2320/100 3634/24 3828/7
@PATH: 3828/7 140/1 221/0 1 203/0 280/464 712/848 633/267


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