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(YouTube)   NASA reports the strongest flare on the sun since July, causing J.J. Abrams to run outside with a camera   (youtube.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, J.J. Abrams, NASA, solar flares, Solar Dynamics Observatory, solar activity, sunspots  
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2013-10-10 09:17:33 AM  
So I guess NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is considered "essential"?
 
2013-10-10 11:01:01 AM  
Only an M2.8 flare? Please. This is a J.J. Abrams flare:
 i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-10 02:43:01 PM  
Well, that's an unfair characterization...

nerdreactor.com

/nevermind
/still do like the new ones anyway
 
2013-10-10 03:21:12 PM  

Ivo Shandor: Only an M2.8 flare? Please. This is a J.J. Abrams flare:
 [i.imgur.com image 640x640]


Yep.. Was gonna post that one.

/Would have been an interesting week if that had been earth-facing
 
2013-10-10 09:02:00 PM  

SansNeural: So I guess NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is considered "essential"?


Seeing as solar flares fark up wireless communications infrastructure and satellites, yes it would be essential to know when they occur so that we can be prepared for them. How do you not know this?
 
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