NERVOUS SCHUMI WITH STRONG DISSONANCE - 23.11.2022 (11:49)
Schumi’s background field is very nervous in the upper range, which comes from disturbances from the ionosphere and is shown by the amplitude charges, which today have max. intensities of 35 coulombs, which again and again leads to overdrive in the resonance field. However, the charges run largely uniformly, so that the disturbances are at least from an orderly sound pattern. At the frequencies, there is strong counter-rotation and F1 is with 7.9 Hz clearly above the guide value, with a tendency further upwards, while all other frequencies of the standing order waves are below their guide values. The attention should be in the outer happening, which dominates our inner movements today and it could be very clear, what rises there from our depths, so it is probably a matter of implementing this, - good luck with it.
SUN CURRENT ON 23.11.2022 (12:15)
The sun starts very weak, - the solar wind is in the range of a minima with a KP 1 and deficient 22 GW Irradiance, - an irradiance, which is about equivalent to a sleeping supervolcano and the solar wind is just not online, - there were failures of the solar wind monitors in the morning. Also on the sun it looks lukewarm, - only 3 active regions are left on the solar disk, which is why the Sun Spots plummet to 61 today, - a whole 22 less than yesterday and also the X-ray flux drops to 116. The Coronal Hole in the southwest has almost disappeared, but around the equator and in the southeast of the sun 5 new Cornal Holes are formed ,with a puny solar magnetism, which produces a small field only in the southeast. The electrons are today in the strong deficit and from the existing Sun Spots nothing big is to be expected today, particularly since supply from the east of the sun is missing.
Spaceweather.com Time Machine
BIG FARSIDE SUNSPOT: You might suppose that the farside of the sun is hidden from view. Not so. Researchers using a technique called “helioseismology” can make crude maps of the sun’s hidden hemisphere. Their latest map reveals a huge farside active region:
The black blob is a sunspot group–a big one. In fact, only a handful of sunspot groups in the past 5 years have created a helioseismic echo this large. Don’t be surprised if SOHO coronagraphs record a farside CME in the days ahead.