Tuesday, February 11, 2014

using the sun energy banding to find out about the sun

it means several things (c) RS

for example there are 2 bands of brighter light ether side of earth and a bright spot pointing right at us....

so that shows that sun light is more intense along the planetary line.... if that holds true to our star and any other we can see the axis of any star from that data ...
and also that more light is emitted towards planets and so actually lighting them more than in other lines outside of the natural planetary alignment,

what does that mean to us ? more light is produced for the planets in the system than elsewhere so that quite dark stars from some angles can produce enough light for liveable planets ....
also that main solar flare component is produced to the sides of the solar band (top and bottom) protecting life from the major blasts....

however combining 2 streams of light from the bright sections will provide a triangle of light (the rays come from slightly differing directions and if filtered can provide direct and accurate measurements of both solar size and power distribution.

the light in the directly facing us section is probably indicating that the light comes from the centre to that point and measuring that point will tell you diffusion data of star light through the star and approximately how big the centre energy point is.

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This image is a composite of 25 separate images spanning the period of February 11, 2013 to February 11, 2014.

It uses the AIA wavelength of 304 Angstroms and reveals the zones on the Sun where active regions and associated eruptions most commonly occur during Solar Maximum.

Image Credit: NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory / S. Wiessinger

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