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NASA spots million-mile-long filament across the sun



NASA spots million-mile-long filament across the sun

A cloud of solar material stretching across the sun has caught NASA's attention, and it's a wonder to behold.

by Amanda Kooser @akooser
October 3, 2014 12:02 PM PDT

Our sun is a wild and fascinating place. While a big, fluffy, horizon-long set of clouds is an impressive sight here on Earth, the sun can handily top that with a single filament of solar material. Filaments appear on the sun from time to time. These unstable gaseous clouds of solar plasma sometimes hang around for weeks, giving scientists down here plenty to look at.

Recently, a filament appeared on the sun that stretches about a million miles in length. This massive formation is held up by magnetic forces and rotates along with the sun. Straighten it out and it would very nearly reach around the sun. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory keeps a constant watch on the sun and has been tracking the huge filament for days.

The filament appears in images taken in different wavelengths as a long, tendril-like line etched across the sun. It looks like something out of a CGI-fueled sci-fi movie. Scientists are studying filaments in an effort to learn more about how they are created and what causes them to occasionally turn into powerful eruptions shooting plasma out into space.

Back in 2013, a magnetic filament of only 200,000 miles in length erupted, creating what NASA described as a "canyon of fire." Another filament in 2012 erupted in a way that caused anaurora to appear on Earth. The current filament could conceivably face the same fate, which would undoubtedly be spectacular. Otherwise, it might just fade away. Either way, it's a sight to behold.

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un Overthrown?


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2779139/Has-Kim-Jong-Un-lost-control-North-Korea-Nation-s-former-intelligence-officer-says-overthrown-2013-just-puppet-leader.html

Has Kim Jong-Un lost control of North Korea? Pyongyang is on lockdown and nation's former intelligence officer says Kim has ALREADY been overthrown 

An elite exile from North Korea said Kim Jong-Un was ousted in 2013 Jang Jin-sung made the sensational assertion at a conference in Holland. The former propaganda officer said he's now just a 'puppet leader'. He claims the Organization and Guidance Department hold the real power Pyongyang in lockdown with even the elite banned from entering or leaving.

By TED THORNHILL FOR MAILONLINE and REUTERS
PUBLISHED: 08:10 GMT, 3 October 2014 | UPDATED: 12:50 GMT, 3 October 2014
   
A former North Korean counter-intelligence officer has claimed that Kim Jong-Un is no longer in control of the nation and is now just a 'puppet leader'.

Jang Jin-sung, who used to be an influential officer in Kim Jong-il's propaganda division, made the sensational assertion at a September conference in Holland attended by several elite exiles, it's been reported.

The capital, Pyongyang, meanwhile, has been placed into lockdown with even the elite banned from entering or leaving, according to a respected news site. This adds weight to Jin-sung's claim, as a North Korean expert said that this kind of measure is only put in place when a coup has taken place - or is suspected.

A former North Korean counter-intelligence officer has claimed that Kim Jong-Un is no longer in control of the nation

A former North Korean counter-intelligence officer has claimed that Kim Jong-Un is no longer in control of the nation Jang Jin-sung, who used to be an influential officer in Kim Jong-il's propaganda division, said Kim Jong-Un was actually overthrown in 2013.

Jang Jin-sung, who used to be an influential officer in Kim Jong-il's propaganda division, said Kim Jong-Un was actually overthrown in 2013.
Jin-sung said that Kim Jong-Un was actually overthrown in 2013 and that the political strings in North Korea are being pulled by the powerful Organization and Guidance Department (OGD), which used to report directly to Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-Un's father.

North Korea is currently embroiled in a sort of civil war, he said in his speech.

Some officials want to keep the communist status quo, he said, others are open to elements of capitalism being introduced.

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