Something major just happened to our sun and NASA may have scrubbed the data: CME may strike earth

"Judging by this graph we are going to see some effects from this... there is something odd about this one," one space weather researcher said.

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(INTELLIHUB) — On or around April 14 something major happened to the sun which sent out a multidirectional dynamic Coronial Mass Ejection (CME) out in two separate and opposite directions from the sun which is not typical.

“In order for this to happen something had to happen the sun as a whole,” the director of Wages World YouTube channel explained in his latest video. “This did not happen from a sunspot–a sunspot did not cause this.”

“Judging by this graph we are going to see some effects from this,” he said. “There is something odd about this one.”

NASA (Screenshot Via YouTube)

The CME has seemingly disturbed the earth’s magnetic connection to the sun which also known as it’s Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) line, the man explained. “You can see it get disrupted.”

“Whenever that happens it means that the magnetics that connects us to the sun is being disrupted so it’s going to affect us.”

On Wednesday, April 16 around 06:36:00 UTC (2 am EST) something else happened to the sun which is unexplainable. It looks as if there was a major eruption to the likes of which have never been recorded.

The following image was captured from NASA’s LASCO C2 telescope which is pointed at the sun relative to the earth’s view.

SOHO LASCO C2 (NASA) April 16, 2020 at 06:36:00 UTC

Compare and contrast the event with an average image capture of the sun just 36 minutes prior.

SOHO LASCO C2 (NASA) April 16, 2020 at 06:00:00 UTC

It is safe to say that this was a big event and not normal by any standard.

Moreover, when crossreferencing the imagery with other images taken from NASA’s LASCO C3 telescope we see a gap in footage not allowing us to confirm the event from a separate space-based orbital angle. (i.e. a side view if you will)

The following image captured by NASA LASCO C3 telescope was taken 6 minutes prior to the event and shows no activity.

 

SOHO LASCO C3 (NASA) April 16, 2020 at 06:30:00 UTC

To no surprise, the next image captured by NASA’s LASCO C3 telescope reveals that the event subsided within 18 minutes.

SOHO LASCO C2 (NASA) April 16, 2020 at 06:54:00 UTC

The director of Wages World YouTube channel admits, he has never seen anything like it and said that our entire solar system may have run into bad space weather or “something had to disturb our sun in such a way that it did what it did.”

If a CME were to hit earth it should follow the anomaly which occurred by 18 hours which places a potential strike at around 8:36 pm EST on Wednesday, April 16.

Could the anomaly relate to what Intellihub founder Shepard Ambellas has been reporting on and talking about for the last several weeks on many different programs including his broadcast on Coast To Coast AM with George Noory where he speculated that a massive planet or planetary system may be approaching the sun and could be moving closer to earth acting as a perturber?

Watch Wages World video here:

Learn more about the potentially approaching brown dwarf star system and Planet X by reading Planet X for Dummies.

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