Nasa’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has recently captured a solar eruption, on Friday 10/19/2012. A giant wave of hot solar plasma larger than planet Earth erupted from the Sun at 4:15 a.m EDT and was caught on an HD camera by a NASA spacecraft.
“Once it started breaking away, the process only took 10 hours before it was out of sight,” NASA media specialist Steele Hill explained in a photo description. “The prominence stretched out many times the size of Earth.”
The solar maximum is supposed to reach its peak in 2013, this will be it’s most active time in its 11-year solar cycle. The sun has been very active lately, with massive coronal mass ejections taking place on the sun in 2012.
The theory on the internet is that the sun could eject a coronal mass ejection that could severely weaken the earths magnetic field, and knock out power for months and possible years. It is a fact that the earth’s magnetic field is weakening, so with that being said, only time will tell.
Planet X Pictures 10/21/2012
On the poleshift.ning website we have new photo’s that we would like to share with our readers. Apparently you can see planet x by putting a filter over the camera that you are using to take a picture of planet X. If any ready would like to take pictures and submit them to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org we would like to add them to the website and feature them.
The more images that come in, the more people will be convinced about the existence of planet X. Stay tuned for our next article on planet X as our research continues.
Here is a video that we found interesting: