Earth & Space Weather ~ Satellite & Space Activity, Fireballs and More
June 23, 2017: Beautiful blue fireball captured in the darkness of the Nevada Desert @Tonopah by Chris.
June 22, 2017: ISWA magnetic field data reveals a compression event of the magnetopause, pushing it far PAST geosynchronous satellite orbit last night. For more than 7 nights space weather/solar wind data reveals a static disturbance during the overnight hours. Many data fluctuations.
Also some NEW upper atmosphere “Alien Sirens”…wth
June 22, 2017: A very strange frequency/sound, one that resembles a siren is being detected by instruments that monitor the upper atmosphere. Once you listen I think you will agree. It literally is being translated into a upper atmosphere siren..an Alien Siren…
June 22, 2017: Relevant data you need to know…Be safe out there. *What is Solar Reflectivity (SRI)?*
The Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) is a measure of the solar reflectance and emissivity of materials that can be used as an indicator of how hot they are likely to become when solar radiation is incident on their surface. The lower the SRI, the hotter a material is likely to become in the sunshine. *What is Irradiance?*
Solar irradiance is the power per unit area received from the Sun in the form of electromagnetic radiation in the wavelength range of the measuring instrument. Irradiance may be measured in space or at the Earth’s surface after atmospheric absorption and scattering. *What is “Solar Noon”?*
Solar Noon is when the sun is at its highest point in the sky each day. It occurs when the Sun crosses the celestial meridian (an imaginary line running across the sky from due South to due North, passing through a point directly overhead (the zenith)). … You now know that this moment in time is called solar noon. *Non-Toxic Sunscreen*
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