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This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. 
In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. 
CREDIT: NASA/SDO 
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@nasa ・・・ This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. CREDIT: NASA/SDO #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather

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Explore jayreau's Instagram @chillymillyvanilly first #norrsken #northernlights #aurora #auroraborealis #february 17, #2017 #coronalhole stream from the widest coronal hole I've ever seen stretching appx half the circumference of the sun. #nasa #natgeo #natgeolandscape #sweden #sverige #jämtland #emeraldsky #nightsky #earthsky #instalike #instadaily #instagood #instamoments #instalandscape #instafun 1452532153355338319_44116485

@chillymillyvanilly first #norrsken #northernlights #aurora #auroraborealis #february17, #2017 #coronalhole stream from the widest coronal hole I've ever seen stretching appx half the circumference of the sun. #nasa #natgeo #natgeolandscape #sweden #sverige #jämtland #emeraldsky #nightsky #earthsky #instalike #instadaily #instagood #instamoments #instalandscape #instafun

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Explore henryrivera77's Instagram This is really simple. When these huge holes appear on the Sun once or twice a week, it indicates that there is more energy on the planets. More energy on all planets results in a few things. Earthquakes and seismic activity are one obvious thing.
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But think about this, there is more solar energy on the planet in order for it to make changes and grow. The entire planet is raising it's frequency and so are the people. To really benefit from this energetic shift, it's as simple as mindfully tapping into the Earth and Sun's energy on a daily basis. They are leading the frequency shift that we are all experiencing.
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This is really simple. When these huge holes appear on the Sun once or twice a week, it indicates that there is more energy on the planets. More energy on all planets results in a few things. Earthquakes and seismic activity are one obvious thing. ••• But think about this, there is more solar energy on the planet in order for it to make changes and grow. The entire planet is raising it's frequency and so are the people. To really benefit from this energetic shift, it's as simple as mindfully tapping into the Earth and Sun's energy on a daily basis. They are leading the frequency shift that we are all experiencing. ••• #suspicious0bservers #electricuniverse #zeropointenergy #freeenergy #energy #earthquake #cosmos #universe #galaxy #solarsystem #sun #earth #astronomy #science #space #energetics #spaceweather #cme #solarflare #coronalhole #lightworker #starseed #solarwind #northernlights #energyupdate #3d #4d #5d

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Explore oewf_org's Instagram #ScienceSunday The Sun has been accompanying us from the beginning, but it's still a big mystery for us. Our parent star has two coronal holes which vary its size depending on the solar cycle, and they're ares of open magnetic field from which high speed solar wind particles stream into space. This SDO image shows a coronal hole rotated across the face of the Sun that appeared in Jan. 30 and faced Earth again on Feb. 2. Isn't it beautiful?

Image: NASA/SDO
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#sciencesundayThe Sun has been accompanying us from the beginning, but it's still a big mystery for us. Our parent star has two coronal holes which vary its size depending on the solar cycle, and they're ares of open magnetic field from which high speed solar wind particles stream into space. This SDO image shows a coronal hole rotated across the face of the Sun that appeared in Jan. 30 and faced Earth again on Feb. 2. Isn't it beautiful? Image: NASA/SDO #sun #solarwind #coronalhole #cycle24 #nasa

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This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. 
In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. 
CREDIT: NASA/SDO 
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#repost@nasa with @repostapp ・・・ This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. CREDIT: NASA/SDO #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather

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Explore sacrificialornament's Instagram Shot of the Coronal Hole facing Earth

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Shot of the Coronal Hole facing Earth Have a beautiful day Lovelies🌅 #suspicious0bservers #coronalhole

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Explore havensenjem's Instagram @Regrann from @nasa -  This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. 
In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. 
CREDIT: NASA/SDO 
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@Regrann from @nasa - This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. CREDIT: NASA/SDO #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather- #regrann #scivocabwms

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Explore 3rdeye33_360's Instagram #CoronalHole #SolarWind ALERT #ENERGYupload #DATADownload
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Arriving a day earlier than expected, a stream of solar wind hit #Earth's magnetic field on Jan 27.  This is causing intermittent G1-class geomagnetic storms and #NorthernLights around the #ArcticCircle.

The solar wind responsible for this is flowing from a hole in the sun's atmosphere. It is expected to influence our planet for the next 2 to 3 days, with a 40% chance of continued geomagnetic storms on Jan. 27th-Jan. 28th. Arctic sky watchers should remain alert for auroras this weekend.

The magnetic structure of coronal holes is a unipolar open field topology, which allows the solar wind to escape more readily, and as a result coronal holes are the source of faster-than-normal solar wind. The fast solar wind from coronal holes can cause minor to moderate #GeomagneticStorms.

Regular readers of the SWS Monthly Solar and Geophysical Summary, or those people who receive SWS Warning services, have probably seen the term "coronal hole on the Sun" used quite frequently. Not surprising because in the declining phase of solar cycles, coronal holes are the sources of many of the disturbances to the #ionosphere (and #HFcommunications) and to the #geomagnetic field.

X-ray images of the Sun often show large dark regions. These are called coronal holes. They may extend from the Sun's equator to its poles, or even in some cases, from pole to pole. Although in the 1960's they were found in X-ray images taken by sounding rockets and detected with the Sydney Chris Cross radio telescope (but not recognised for what they were), they were first seen most clearly in images taken by #astronauts on board the #Skylab space station in 1973 and 1974.

The solar corona is the outer atmosphere of the #Sun, extending from the solar "surface" out into space. It is a region which is difficult to observe, being seen only during solar eclipses or with special equipment. A coronal hole is a large region in the corona which is less dense and is cooler than its surrounds. Such holes may appear at any time of the solar cycle but they are most common during the 1437141260976872170_1223702368

#CoronalHole #solarwindALERT #energyupload #DATADownload #GOwithTheFLOW #asabovesobelow #aswithinsowithout #AsTheUniVERSEsoTheSOUL Arriving a day earlier than expected, a stream of solar wind hit #Earth's magnetic field on Jan 27.  This is causing intermittent G1-class geomagnetic storms and #northernlightsaround the #ArcticCircle. The solar wind responsible for this is flowing from a hole in the sun's atmosphere. It is expected to influence our planet for the next 2 to 3 days, with a 40% chance of continued geomagnetic storms on Jan. 27th-Jan. 28th. Arctic sky watchers should remain alert for auroras this weekend. The magnetic structure of coronal holes is a unipolar open field topology, which allows the solar wind to escape more readily, and as a result coronal holes are the source of faster-than-normal solar wind. The fast solar wind from coronal holes can cause minor to moderate #GeomagneticStorms. Regular readers of the SWS Monthly Solar and Geophysical Summary, or those people who receive SWS Warning services, have probably seen the term "coronal hole on the Sun" used quite frequently. Not surprising because in the declining phase of solar cycles, coronal holes are the sources of many of the disturbances to the #ionosphere(and #HFcommunications) and to the #geomagneticfield. X-ray images of the Sun often show large dark regions. These are called coronal holes. They may extend from the Sun's equator to its poles, or even in some cases, from pole to pole. Although in the 1960's they were found in X-ray images taken by sounding rockets and detected with the Sydney Chris Cross radio telescope (but not recognised for what they were), they were first seen most clearly in images taken by #astronautson board the #skylabspace station in 1973 and 1974. The solar corona is the outer atmosphere of the #Sun, extending from the solar "surface" out into space. It is a region which is difficult to observe, being seen only during solar eclipses or with special equipment. A coronal hole is a large region in the corona which is less dense and is cooler than its surrounds. Such holes may appear at any time of the solar cycle but they are most common during the

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Explore turbokrapfen_'s Instagram THE SUN, 26-01-2017

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THE SUN, 26-01-2017 #portal #triangolar #coronalhole #5dultraverse #26

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Explore voice_of_the_wilderness_'s Instagram NASA’s SDO Peers Into Huge Coronal Hole

This imagery of the sun captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) from May 17-19, 2016, shows a giant dark area on the star's upper half, known as a coronal hole

Coronal holes are low-density regions of the sun’s atmosphere, known as the corona. Because they contain little solar material, they have lower temperatures and thus appear much darker than their surroundings. Coronal holes are visible in certain types of extreme ultraviolet light, which is typically invisible to our eyes, but is colorized here in purple for easy viewing.

These coronal holes are important to understanding the space environment around Earth through which our technology and astronauts travel. Coronal holes are the source of a high-speed wind of solar particles that streams off the sun some three times faster than the slower wind elsewhere.

While it’s unclear what causes coronal holes, they correlate to areas on the sun where magnetic fields soar up and away, without looping back down to the surface, as they do elsewhere. ► Source>>
http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/nasa-s-sdo-peers-into-huge-coronal-hole ► Animation credits: NASA/SDO

Further reading ► Coronal hole>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronal_hole ► Solar energetic particles>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energetic_particles

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NASA’s SDO Peers Into Huge Coronal Hole This imagery of the sun captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) from May 17-19, 2016, shows a giant dark area on the star's upper half, known as a coronal hole Coronal holes are low-density regions of the sun’s atmosphere, known as the corona. Because they contain little solar material, they have lower temperatures and thus appear much darker than their surroundings. Coronal holes are visible in certain types of extreme ultraviolet light, which is typically invisible to our eyes, but is colorized here in purple for easy viewing. These coronal holes are important to understanding the space environment around Earth through which our technology and astronauts travel. Coronal holes are the source of a high-speed wind of solar particles that streams off the sun some three times faster than the slower wind elsewhere. While it’s unclear what causes coronal holes, they correlate to areas on the sun where magnetic fields soar up and away, without looping back down to the surface, as they do elsewhere. ► Source>> http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/nasa-s-sdo-peers-into-huge-coronal-hole ► Animation credits: NASA/SDO Further reading ► Coronal hole>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronal_hole ► Solar energetic particles>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energetic_particles #GoddardSpaceFlightCenter, #SolarDynamicsObservatory, #solarSystem, #Sun, #CoronalHole

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This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. 
In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. 
CREDIT: NASA/SDO 
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#repost@nasa with @repostapp ・・・ This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. CREDIT: NASA/SDO #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather #space #beut #beutiful #bigbang #photography #photographer #video #photooftheday #photoshoot #travellife #travelworld #travel #travelgram #travelphotography #travelvideo

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Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. 
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA

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#repost@nasa Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather

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Explore voice_of_the_wilderness_'s Instagram Lengthy Coronal Hole
What are coronal holes?
Coronal holes are regions where the sun's corona is dark. These features were discovered when X-ray telescopes were first flown above the Earth's atmosphere to reveal the structure of the corona across the solar disc. Coronal holes are associated with 'open' magnetic field lines and are often found at the sun's poles.

An elongated coronal hole rotated across the face of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth (Jan. 2-5, 2017). Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light it appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. 
Source:
https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/gallery/potw/latest
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA.  #universe  #SDO  #space  #nasa  #coronalhole  1435028866573730877_4477347964

Lengthy Coronal Hole What are coronal holes? Coronal holes are regions where the sun's corona is dark. These features were discovered when X-ray telescopes were first flown above the Earth's atmosphere to reveal the structure of the corona across the solar disc. Coronal holes are associated with 'open' magnetic field lines and are often found at the sun's poles. An elongated coronal hole rotated across the face of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth (Jan. 2-5, 2017). Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light it appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun. The particle stream will likely generate aurora here on Earth. Source: https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/gallery/potw/latest Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA. #universe #sdo #space #nasa #coronalhole 

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Explore phesighyo's Instagram Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. 
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA

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Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #auroracourtesy: @nasa #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather

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Explore nasa_representation_turkey's Instagram This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate Aurora here on Earth. 
In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun 
CREDIT :  NASA 
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This elongated coronal hole rotated across the surface of the sun this past week so that it is now streaming solar wind towards Earth. Coronal holes are areas of open magnetic field from which solar wind particles stream into space. The particle stream will likely generate Aurora here on Earth. In this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light, the coronal hole appears as a dark area near the center and lower portion of the sun CREDIT : NASA #nasa #sun #solar #turkey #coronalhole #bilim #uzay #astronomi #astronomy

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Explore seraphbuchanan's Instagram @Regrann from @nasa -  Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. 
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA

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@Regrann from @nasa - Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather- #regrann

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Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. 
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA

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Que coisa mais linda ❤❤❤ #repost@nasa with @repostapp ・・・ Magnetic arcs of plasma that spiraled above two active regions held their shape fairly well over 18 hours (Jan. 11-12). The charged plasma is being controlled the magnetic field lines of the active regions. The field lines become clearly visible when viewed in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Often the arches bend and twist more dynamically than the relatively stable ones seen here. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA #nasa #space #sun #solar #coronalhole #sdo #observatory #aurora #solarwind#particles #solarsystem #spaceweather

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Explore miss_de_pino's Instagram This is why I keep returning to the Arctic ❄️and will only chase the lights with the best @arcticguideservice . Cant wait until March! I'm sooooo in love with the Aurora Borealis 💜💙💚💛❤️ #auroraborealis #aurora #northernlights #arcticcircle #tromsø #norway #subzero #thedancinglady #coronalhole #travel #7wonderoftheworld #wondersoftheworld #snow #italiangirl #italiansdoitbetter #studentnurse #studentnurselife 1432118185961019866_2318093798

This is why I keep returning to the Arctic ❄️and will only chase the lights with the best @arcticguideservice . Cant wait until March! I'm sooooo in love with the Aurora Borealis 💜💙💚💛❤️ #auroraborealis #aurora #northernlights #arcticcircle #tromsø #norway #subzero #thedancinglady #coronalhole #travel #7wonderoftheworld #wondersoftheworld #snow #italiangirl #italiansdoitbetter #studentnurse #studentnurselife

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