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Space Weather: Incoming Light from the Sun

SpaceWeather: Forecast for September 17, 2022

Signs are given for the future. We can never know the minute or the hour.

K’inich Ahau – Flicker

K’inich AHAU, is the name by Yucatec tradition of the Sun’s Face at the center of the Aztec calendar. K’inich Ahau is the Brightest Light of the Sun. The Light breaks at the Beginning of every new cycle to proclaim a Divine Resolution, the Truth that Shall Be.

SPACEWEATHER.COM – SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER 17, 2022

CO-ROTATING INTERACTION REGION: NOAA forecasters say that a CIR (co-rotating interaction region) could hit Earth’s magnetic field on Sept. 17th. CIRs are transition zones between slow- and fast-moving solar wind streams. Solar wind plasma piles up in these regions, producing shock-like structures that can mimic CMEs and spark bright Arctic auroras. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text.

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