Archive for April 19th, 2012


The Bouncy Solar Dynamics Observatory

April 19, 2012

4/18/2012 — Please fasten your SDO seatbelts — possible ‘turbulence’ ahead

Regardless of what is causing it — we see the spacecraft camera make a turbulent move to the left right up down and diagonal. Then come back to the original point it started.

I can’t find any description on the SDO site of what is occurring. If you find anything , please put it down below this video in the comment field.

Uploaded by dutchsinse on 18 apr 2012

*SDO site

Maneuvers and Images

Thu, 19 Apr 2012

Last Wednesday and yesterday (April 11 and 18, 2012) we performed several spacecraft maneuvers to help calibrate our instruments. On April 4 we did an EVE cruciform and an AIA bakeout. This means the Sun moves back and forth and up and down. AIA images may be noisy (because the CCDs were warmed up to reduce contamination) and the Sun absent during this maneuver. HMI images may not show the Sun, or show it whizzing by as SDO moves.

On April 18 SDO did an EVE field of view and HMI flatfield maneuver.

While we do these maneuvers the data may be unavailable but by doing these maneuvers we keep the instruments healthy.

*Large explosion seen on the Sun’s northeastern limb

April 17, 2012 – SPACE – Magnetic fields on the Sun’s northeastern limb erupted around 17:45 UT on April 16th, producing one of the most visually-spectacular explosions in years. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the blast at extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. The explosion, which registered M1.7 on the Richter scale of solar flares, was not Earth-directed, but it did hurl a CME into space. Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab have analyzed the trajectory of the cloud and found that it will hit NASA’s STEREO-B spacecraft, the Spitzer space telescope, and the rover Curiosity en route to Mars. Planets Venus and Mars could also receive a glancing blow. –Space Weather


The FDA is Killing You

April 19, 2012

InfoWars Nightly News reporter Darrin McBreen unveils the hoax around Aspartame, marketed in a wide-array of products as a safe sugar substitute, but in reality a dangerous, artificial compound that should be avoided. Segment includes a side-by-side comparison of vintage tobacco industry ads vs retro aspartame commercials from the 1980’s.

Uploaded by TheAlexJonesChannel

*Toxic Artificial Sweetener ‘Neotame’ May Be Lurking in Your Organic Food

Introduced by biotech giant Monsanto, Neotame was created as a new sweetener and flavor enhancer to be used in food products. On July 9, 2002, the United States Food and Drug Administration decided that Neotame’s safety and functionality made it available for consumption, thus resulting in its approval. What’s concerning is, while Neotame has a similar structure to aspartame, the chemicals used in its manufacturing process seem to make the sweetener even more toxic than aspartame.

*The Environmental Deception Agency

Our country is currently being inundated with radiation from the Fukushima disaster. The EPA is right on top of things with their response, of course. First, they promptly closed down 8 of 18 radiation measuring stations in the hardest hit area, California. Then, to further calm the good people of the nation, the EPA magically changed the numbers. They’ve raised the amount of radiation that we can safely absorb and ingest. It wouldn’t do for the large factory farms to be unable to sell their tainted produce or for the huge dairies to be stuck with all that radioactive milk.
The radiation in our food supply is of so little concern to the EPA that they’ve actually begun to tell us that a little bit of radiation is good for us. According to a report citing the EPA, a bit of radiation can prevent cancer, instead of causing it.
Since our minds can be at ease now, the EPA has decided that they are no longer planning to monitor the radiation levels in our food supply. They will return to their previous practice of only monitoring random samples every three months.

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