Supermoon - Solar Maximum - Auroras


September 27, 2011

New Moon 4° Libra

"Dark" Supermoon: New Moon Gets Closest to Earth  
National Geographic - September 27, 2011
This new moon made its closest approach to Earth, giving rise to the
second supermoon of the year. This one had the power of invisibility.




The solar chart above shows major CMEs that will affect not only the Earth but other parts of the solar system. Nothing is contained to Earth alone anymore. Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) affect planetary magnetics, spark geomagnetic storms, affect power grids, GPS, satellite communications, shift ocean and jet stream currents in the Pacific Ring of Fire -> create unusual and extreme global weather patterns and unstoppable Earth changes, and affect the behavior patterns of all sentient life forms.


Solar Maximum



Violent Sunspot Group AR 1302 Unleashes a Flare
  NASA - September 28, 2011


A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field around noon Universal Time on Sept. 26th. The impact set the stage for a night to remember. As soon as darkness fell over Scandinavia, auroras filled the sky with such intensity that they were visible through rain clouds.



Aurora Gallery
  Spaceweather - September 28, 2011




Cloudy Night of the Northern Lights
  NASA - September 30, 2011




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