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    Default Full halo CME now visible



    Wonderful full halo CME now visible in SOHO LASCO C3 images:

    http://www.spacew.com/plots.html

    This one is heading straight for us!!

    Clear skies.

    Brian

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/auroralobserving/

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    Default Full halo CME now visible


    All I can say is WOWWWW !!!!!!!!!

    This is the big one.............



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    Default Full halo CME now visible


    "Elysium Fossa" <elysiumfossa@netscape.net> wrote in message
    news:QFtnb.2883$Zr6.2155@newsfep4-winn.server.ntli.net...
    The forcast here is cloud for the rest of the week so I think you might be
    right :-(

    Matt



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    Default Full halo CME now visible


    "Matt" wrote in message > > All I can say is WOWWWW !!!!!!!!!

    But that won't affect one's enjoyment of any aurorae via the medium of VHF
    radio propagation effects !
    ( 50 Mhz yagi and TS690 at the ready )

    Anthony



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    Default Full halo CME now visible

    The radiation has completely obliterated the images from SOHO, ive never
    seen any quite like it...

    http://www.spacew.com/plots.html



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    Default Full halo CME now visible

    According to Elysium Fossa <elysiumfossa@netscape.net>:

    It's apparently happened before, and I guess it's not permanent:
    http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/picko...001/index.html

    --
    eth'nT
    http://www.hydrous.net
    aim: courtarro



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    Default Full halo CME now visible

    "Ethan Trewhitt" <gtg782a.spamremove@mail.gatech.edu> wrote:



    Any connection with this event? reported on 25 October:

    EARTH MONITORING SATELLITE GOES SILENT
    --------------------------------------
    A $587 million environmental research satellite launched 10 months ago
    stopped communicating Saturday and is feared dead in space. The
    Advanced
    Earth Observing Satellite 2, nicknamed Midori 2, is a joint mission
    between the Japanese and U.S. space programs to monitor our planet's
    health from orbit.

    http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n0310/25adeos2/

    Cheers

    Martin

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    Martin Frey
    N 51 02 E 0 47
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