Strange!!! Sun X-Ray Flux takes a Nosedive – Image April 22, 2014

I’ve never seen this happen before!! The red line takes a nosedive, hits the bottom, then runs along the bottom line.
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Current Solar Data http://www.n3kl.org/sun/noaa.html
SWPC Real-time Monitor Displays
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/index.html

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4 responses to “Strange!!! Sun X-Ray Flux takes a Nosedive – Image April 22, 2014”

  1. Salty says :

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    MY first post was at 9:10 AM PDT. Below is an image at 10:40 AM PDT. In the image below it looks like it went below the last line on the graph, then shot up to C. Links are in my post above.
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  2. pollyann says :

    It’s possible the data equipment experienced a glitch or did a scheduled rotation. I don’t know that for sure but want to propose that possibility because of a Dr. Keith Strong video I saw some time ago during which he explained that sort of thing. Also, I MAY have seen the solar X-ray graph look like that before.

    • Salty says :

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      Hi Polly,
      Thanks. It’s weird so it probably is a glitch. I’m going to keep a eye on it until I find out for sure what’s going on.

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