Comet and CME on the Sun

 
 

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2011 October 5

Comet and CME on the Sun
Image Credit: (only registered users can se the link, login or register), (only registered users can se the link, login or register), (only registered users can se the link, login or register), (only registered users can se the link, login or register) Explanation: Did a sun-diving comet just cause a solar explosion? Probably not. This past weekend a (only registered users can se the link, login or register) toward the Sun and was followed very quickly by a (only registered users can se the link, login or register) (CMEs) from the other side of the Sun. The first two sequences in the (only registered users can se the link, login or register) (only registered users can se the link, login or register) shows the spectacular unfolding of events as seen by the Sun-orbiting (only registered users can se the link, login or register), while the same events were (only registered users can se the link, login or register) (only registered users can se the link, login or register) by both Sun-orbiting (only registered users can se the link, login or register). Now (only registered users can se the link, login or register) comets that break up as they pass near the Sun are not all that rare — (only registered users can se the link, login or register) have been cataloged over the past few years. (only registered users can se the link, login or register)s are even more common, with perhaps three lesser events occurring even during the eight hours of the above time-lapse movie. Therefore, the (only registered users can se the link, login or register) of solar scientists is that the two events were (only registered users can se the link, login or register). Another basis for this judgment is that CMEs are caused by rapid changes in the Sun’s magnetic field, changes that a (only registered users can se the link, login or register) seem unlikely to make. Such (only registered users can se the link, login or register) are even more likely during periods of high activity on the Sun’s surface — like (only registered users can se the link, login or register).
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