Saturday, February 10, 2018

Feb. 06, 2018 HINODE captures record-breaking solar magnetic field

Feb. 06, 2018 HINODE captures record-breaking solar magnetic field The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 852 (2018). More surprisingly, the strongest field was not in data in last past 2 years same in February as would be expected, but was located at a bright normal sunspots were analyzing data of February 4, 2014 Solar
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HINODE captures record-breaking solar magnetic field
February 2018

all this event are between february and march always tracked from 2009 to 2018 Planet X is so strong that it can effect anything within 48.6 astronomical units (AU) planet x work like saturn neptune and uranus The object is thought to be gaseous, similar to Uranus and Neptune. Hypothetical lightning lights up the night side. Planet X could roam as far as 600 to 1200 AU, well beyond the Kuiper belt equates Planet X with a Brown Dwarf Star, a distant, unseen binary companion of our Sun several times larger than the Planet Jupiter, with a planetary system of its own. KRONOS article that this hypothetical "Saturn Theory" preceded the so-called "Birth of Venu’s" that he described in Worlds In Collision.
scenario to work, it includes a Planet Venus revolving around Saturn and thus intrinsically contradicts original idea venus lost their water that We are worth repeating here there is a massive undiscovered planetary body orbiting the sun is almost 100 years old now.
Remarkably, British scientists at this time accused their American colleagues of keeping the information of this find to themselves. The British scientists publicly questioned why the Americans had ’been keeping quiet about it in recent weeks’. Speculation was rife, that the discovery was nothing but an intriguing ploy to bolster the chances of further funding from NASA for a new infrared space observatory.

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