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Post by Administrator Kate on Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:46 pm

Name of Anomaly: ("Solar Flare")
Type of Anomaly: ("Event")
Locations witnessed: ("First observed from Earth, coming from Sol.  Solar Flares are a phenomenon found on stars.")
Description of Anomaly: ("A solar flare is a discharge of energy from a sun with plasma visibly erupting from the surface of the sun.  Solar flares occurs when magnetic energy that has built up in the solar atmosphere is suddenly released. Radiation is emitted across virtually the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves at the long wavelength end, through optical emission to x-rays and gamma rays at the short wavelength end...-")
History of Anomaly: ("Richard Carrington observed a flare for the first time on 1 September 1859 projecting the image produced by an optical telescope, without filters. It was an extraordinarily intense white light flare. Since flares produce copious amounts of radiation at Hα, adding a narrow ( ≈1 Å) passband filter centered at this wavelength to the optical telescope, allows the observation of not very bright flares with small telescopes. For years Hα was the main, if not the only, source of information about solar flares. Other passband filters are also used...-")



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[b]Name of Anomaly[/b]: ("Solar Flare")
[b]Type of Anomaly[/b]: ("Event")
[b]Locations witnessed[/b]: ("First observed from Earth, coming from Sol.  Solar Flares are a phenomenon found on stars.")
[b]Description of Anomaly[/b]: ("A solar flare is a discharge of energy from a sun with plasma visibly erupting from the surface of the sun.  Solar flares occurs when magnetic energy that has built up in the solar atmosphere is suddenly released. Radiation is emitted across virtually the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves at the long wavelength end, through optical emission to x-rays and gamma rays at the short wavelength end...-")
[b]History of Anomaly[/b]: ("Richard Carrington observed a flare for the first time on 1 September 1859 projecting the image produced by an optical telescope, without filters. It was an extraordinarily intense white light flare. Since flares produce copious amounts of radiation at Hα, adding a narrow ( ≈1 Å) passband filter centered at this wavelength to the optical telescope, allows the observation of not very bright flares with small telescopes. For years Hα was the main, if not the only, source of information about solar flares. Other passband filters are also used...-")
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