The following anomaly (small maroon area on the left) appeared briefly yesterday on BATRSUS. These images were recorded within approximately 30 seconds. I originally dismissed it as a computer modeling error. I believe the color code scale at the lower right of each image represents a normalized numerical value for particle density in the solar wind (i.e., plasma sheet number density) where the deep blue color at the bottom of the scale represents low particle density and the red at the top of the scale represents high particle density. Any red shading has always appeared in front of the bowshock and is indicative of particle crowding resulting from high velocity particle impacts to the magnetosphere. The below image was recorded nearly a year ago. For the blood red shading to appear far behind the bowshock, regions where the magnetosphere usually consists of the lowest particle density, suggests either a modeling error (maybe the density dropped below a design parameter) or a sudden influx of high density particles. I think it’s the former, but this was weird. [and from another]http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue386.htm The greater visibility of the Planet X complex and increased wobble during the 8 of 10 phase occur because Planet X draws closer, coming from the right in it’s retrograde orbit, and as it does the Earth pushes to the left as far as possible. Thus the planets are more side by side than previously, and light can be at the right angle to bounce off the vast dust cloud shrouding Planet X, creating those dramatic Second Sun sightings.
One aspect of the 8 of 10 phase is increased visibility of the Planet X corpus. As Planet X proceeds to sling past the Sun, outbound in a retrograde orbit, it comes closer to the Earth. The Earth is trapped in the particle flow backwash, in the cup with Venus and the Dark Twin, and is squeezed back into the August position in her orbit. She cannot back up any further in her orbit as the particle flow from the Sun, washing around both sides of Planet X, has her trapped in the eddy flow. But to relieve the crowding, the Earth moves as far to the left as possible, away from Planet X which is approaching from the right.
This maneuver places Planet X more to the right in the field of view from Earth from the Northern Hemisphere. This angle supports more brilliant Second Sun sightings, and also changes the nature of the Earth wobble. When Planet X is positioned more between the Earth and the Sun, it is pushing the Earth’s magnetic N Pole away from the Sun on a daily basis. The Earth resists this, wanting to remain in alignment with the Sun. But when Planet X is positioned more to the side of the Earth, the push away of the Earth’s magnetic N Pole is a push to the left, for a slight or temporary lean to the left. This is an easier magnetic alignment for the Earth, accommodating both the Sun and Planet X.
The blast from the side does more than give the Earth a more violent wobble, it also tends to point the hose of magnetic particles coming from the magnetic N Pole of Planet X out into space behind the Earth, rather than directly at the Earth as had been increasingly occurring. From the standpoint of BATRSUS satellite analysis, any blast from Planet X was interpreted to be a blast from the Sun, a stronger solar wind. Thus BATRSUS is not programmed to interpret a magnetic blast coming from the side, and flounders. The purple cone is thus an attempt by BATRSUS to model the magnetic blast, registering this behind the Sun rather than at the blowshock location.