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  1. Greetings dear SWL people, I'm looking for individual active regions' evolution data. What you already provide is gorgeous (for example, https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/en/solar-activity/region/13387.html), but I wonder if an archive of more than one AR at a time exists. I.e. can these data be downloaded in some way other than giving the AR number by hand in the URL? I guess this also means that the data would be in a more machine-friendly format. Thanks in advance for any support that you can rpovide, Helen
  2. Hello, I’m starting this thread because I am trying to learn more from scientific-minded folks. Please don’t speculate or be mean. I’m aiming to collect and discuss data. If you are unaware or skeptical about the topic, consider yourself lucky. I am over 50. I have always been unusually affected by the sun and moon, and am overtly aware that human beings are bioelectric. I am hypersensitive due to a medical condition, while most are not affected…However, in the past 12 months, it has greatly intensified. I have seen multiple medical professionals and had MRIs. When the IMF and Bz are negative, my symptoms intensify. Heliobiology is not a widely-available topic, but I have seen a recent uptick in research papers, with surprising data. Such as, are you aware that during a geomagnetic storm, human blood viscosity can increase as much as 20 percent?! I’ll start: “1. Increase in solar wind intensity was correlated with increases in heart rate, which we interpret as a biological stress response. Increase in cosmic rays, solar radio flux, and Schumann resonance power was all associated with increased HRV and parasympathetic activity. The findings support the hypothesis that energetic environmental phenomena affect psychophysical processes that can affect people in different ways depending on their sensitivity, health status and capacity for self-regulation. It appears that sharp or sudden variations in geomagnetic and solar activity as well as geomagnetic storms can act as stressors, which alter regulatory processes such as melatonin/serotonin balance...” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5805718/ “2. Over the last 20 years, several research papers have presented the results of investigating the relationships between space weather parameters and human health. Some of these results are summarized below. Solar activity may contribute to the development of and be a trigger of the exacerbation of nervous and mental disorders, such schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, and multiple sclerosis a) High values of geomagnetic activity have a negative effect on human cardiovascular health that includes significant variations in heart rate variability. b) The number of incidents of alterations in blood flow is increased (increased systolic and diastolic blood pressure and epileptic seizures) during the solar activity periods . c) Incidents of coronary disease and myocardial infarction increase during spans of high solar activity, as compared to years with low solar activity. d) Sharp or sudden variations in geomagnetic and solar activity can act as stressors, which alter regulatory processes such as breathing, reproductive, and increase total deaths total deaths . e) Several studies support the idea that geomagnetic disturbances decrease the melatonin levels in the human body. f) Positive correlations exist between neurological system diseases (ie, depression and mental illness) and geomagnetic activity . g) The standard metabolism and behaviour patterns of humans and other species are affected by solar activity . h) Solar disturbances are associated with significant increases in hospital admissions for suicide attempts, homicides, and traffic accidents . i) Investigations of the blood of tested patients have shown that the viscosity of blood during solar activity periods increases sharply, so the risk of developing morbid cardiovascular system disease is increased... https://biomedscis.com/pdf/OAJBS.ID.000203.pdf” Lets please discuss and learn more. Thanks.
  3. Hey everyone so since Nov 2nd I have been tracking solar flares.... but I chose I wanted to go to OCT- to currently. I know this sounds kinda stupid but let me explain. I originally wanted to start tracking in Nov but around Nov 23rd I went further back and started in Oct*. So here is the graph I made so far: *I am still working on this and a few days are not totally correct. I also count the solar flares that are not counted. Not tiny ones but bigger ones. What I find interesting here is that most days the solar flares go down then up higher the next day. Does anyone have any idea why this happens?
  4. Howdy all y’all! It appears that the SDO site at NASA (sdo.gsfc.NASA.gov is updating most of the data properly now. The AIA 171 image is not updating and most of the composite images are also not updating. The far side imagery is mostly from pm the 12th… Just an FYI. I thought I heard about something else not updating but can’t recall where or what exactly… so, if you have anything to share, by all means! Thank All Y’all Very Kindly! WnA
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