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Coronal Mass Ejection “CME” Possibly Caused By A Comet Hitting the Sun

Coronal Mass Ejection “CME” Possibly Caused By A Comet Hitting the Sun

Things that were once thought impossible, or at least improbable, are now main stream knowledge, like the fact that there are billions of galaxies in the known universe, instead of just our own Milky Way Galaxy.

No matter what one believes about the origin of our universe, whether it’s by divine design or a random happening caused by the big bang, there’s enough activity occurring in the heavens to make anyone ponder reality.

As reported on NPR  this video depicts what happened last weekend when a comet struck the sun. The images were animated by Helioviewer.org,  "an open-source project for the visualization of solar and heliospheric data” that is funded by the Eurpean Space Agency and NASA.

According to SpaceWeather:

"Earlier this year … the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) watched another sungrazer disintegrate in the sun's atmosphere. On July 5, 2011, the unnamed comet appeared to interact with plasma and magnetic fields in its surroundings as it fell apart. Could a puny comet cause a magnetic instability that might propagate and blossom into a impressive CME? The question is not so crazy as it once seemed to be."

About Sheri Lawson

Sheri is the author of The Spell of Religion and the Battle Over Gay Marriage. She and her husband, Steve, have a keen interest in spirituality and metaphysics. As she longed for a deeper understanding of the pathway to God, one that taught more than the simple concept “Be good in this life and you will be rewarded in the next,” Sheri was drawn to the metaphysical world, a world untainted by the personal agendas of man through dogma.
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