eruptions in years has been
observed streaking away from the sun at more than 2.2 million mph by two NASA spacecraft.
The flare occurred Aug. 1 and
created a massive sun eruption
called a coronal mass ejection that struck Earth's magnetic field Tuesday, creating dazzling aurora displays. NASA's twin STEREO
spacecraft recorded the eruption
and beamed images of the sun
storm back to Earth.
The material ejected from the sun
was seen speeding toward Earth at
more than 1,000 kilometers per
second, or just over 2.2 million
mph. Another wave from the event
was expected to hit Earth's
magnetic field on Wednesday.
NASA's two STEREO spacecraft,
which monitor the sun's weather in
3-D, also recorded a video of the
Yes, you're being Watched. E-M frequency changes in human bodies are part of the Acceleration into 4D: the 4th dimension.
Since you don't believe me, let George Harrison tell you: "Here Comes the Sun" from a radio session (with Jeff Lynne there too).