Cover-up Games: Magnetosphere Data Hide and Seek

Since 2009, real time magnetosphere data has provided irrefutable evidence that a powerful magnetic influence OTHER than the Sun resides in the inner solar system.  But perhaps even more compelling is the testimony offered by the cover-up whenever magnetosphere data is blatantly concealed as the unrelenting incidence of magnetosphere anomalies defy any explanation other than the presence of a rogue planet.

For nearly 10 years, the NICT Magnetosphere Simulator provided real time, two-dimensional visualizations of Earth’s magnetosphere, but was conspicuously terminated in March 2012.  Now it appears yet another once-reliable source for modeling Earth's magnetosphere has been compromised. 

A brief historical summary is provided below:

In 2009, NICT MagSim began showing Earth temporarily losing her magnetic south pole. 

In 2010, NICT MagSim depicted how the area of Earth's magnetosphere below the ecliptic started deforming.

By April 2012, the escalating incidents of severe magnetosphere compression resulted in a sudden and implausible suspension of NICT Magnetosphere Simulator web services.

By May 2012, other data sources were being utilized by ECAPS ning members to track the increasing incidence of magnetosphere anomalies resulting from Planet X including:

SolarSoft

ACE RTSW

SWPC 

CCMC

In addition to many enduring severe compressions of the magnetosphere, by August 2012, severe turbulence in the magnetosphere was demonstrably evident.

By September 2012, severe tilting of Earth's magnetic dipole in the direction of Planet X was apparent.

On October 19th, an unprecedented combination of magnetosphere anomalies were observed.

A few days later, it became apparent that further cover-up attempts of magnetosphere data were being implemented.  A severe compression was recorded between 20:00 UTC October 23rd and 00:00 UTC October 24th, yet it was not depicted on CCMC.

The following images are from a similar severe compression that occurred on September 23, 2012.  Ordinarily, during such prolonged severe compressions, BATSRUS modleing produces images that reflect a squeezed magnetosphere (first image below) and eventually the characteristic closed magnetic field line "rings" (second image below) indicating that Earth's magnetic field is temporarily subsumed by Planet X:

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During the peak of the severe compression on October 23rd, however, BATSRUS depicted a relatively normal magnetosphere without any images that suggested a compression was occurring.

Also, on the 3-day ACE RTSW plot, a yellow line was inserted near the timescale suggesting the ACE satellite was being maneuvered during this time frame.  It should be noted that such a "maneuver" has rarely been indicated before on RTSW plots, nor have they coincided with a severe compression.

This was not an isolated incident.  Even worse, images from the BATSRUS website have not been available during the last several severe compressions that have occurred over the past week and the website itself has been unavailable with increasing frequency. 

It is thus becoming increasingly obvious that another once reliable source of magnetosphere information is being shrouded by the cover-up, and those who wish to observe the magnetosphere are relegated to interpreting raw real time data without the benefit of visualization models such as BATSRUS or NICT.

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Comment by Howard on April 26, 2013 at 5:18am

BATSRUS animation of the 14-hours Earth's magnetosphere was subsumed by Planet X on April 22, culminating with a prolonged service interruption from iSWA

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Comment by Howard on April 6, 2013 at 11:15pm

@ Katche - When the NICT magnetosphere simulator was in operation, there were several occasions when the image feed was frozen for prolonged periods in 2010 and 2011.  I have not observed this before on BATSRUS.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/magnetosphere-site-frozen?...

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/magnetosphere-images-frozen

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=3863141%3ABlogPost%...

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/magnetosphere-frozen

 

@ Gary A Schilling - the moving objects near Earth are reportedly satellites and the Moon per the symbol key found just below the BATSRUS time stamp:

However, this key fails to explain the lingering presence of an object far beyond such satellite orbits on March 24.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/dark-twin-on-batsrus-for-1...

Comment by Howard on April 6, 2013 at 9:25pm

While the magnetosphere has appeared calm this week in contrast to the continuous onslaught from Planet X in recent months, a closer examination of BATSRUS reveals a nearly static image feed on April 5.

http://iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/

Comment by Howard on March 7, 2013 at 5:36am

BATSRUS feed resumed after 4 hours on CMCC and iSWA.

Continuation of severe compression animation, picking up at 00:28 through 07:51 UTC on March 7, making the sum total approximately 12 hours of severe compressions during March 6 - 7.

http://www.lmsal.com/solarsoft/last_events/

Comment by Howard on March 7, 2013 at 4:09am

Animation of two severe magnetosphere compressions on March 6 culminating with a stalled BATSRUS image feed on CMCC and iSWA as of 7 March 00:16 UTC, and SolarSoft unavailable (aka 403 Forbidden). 

Meanwhile, SWPC, relates the ongoing severe compressions are still underway as of 03:00 UTC, March 7.

Comment by Howard on February 23, 2013 at 9:11pm

Animation of today's severe compression of the magnetosphere.  Note that CMCC's "Real Time Run" only offers 3 of the 100+ images used in this animation that were painstakingly obtained from iSWA.

Comment by Howard on February 18, 2013 at 12:23am

The availability BATSRUS images on CCMC is becoming increasingly sparse.  Formerly offering images every 5 minutes, the daily allowance is now as little as 2 per day.

Comment by Howard on February 11, 2013 at 8:52pm

Another severe compression of the magnetosphere today coinciding with 8 hours of BATSRUS image unavailability on CCMC from 06:51 to 09:48 and from 09:48 to 14:52 UTC. 

Sources

http://ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/SWMF_RealTime_browse.cgi

http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ace/MAG_SWEPAM_24h.html

Comment by Dave O on February 2, 2013 at 9:11am

BATSRUS realtime overview plot

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There were no images available from BATSRUS for 5 hours prior to this, or 3 hours after.

SolarSoft also shows a compression early Feb. 1 2013. 

Comment by Howard on January 19, 2013 at 2:38am

A prolonged severe compression of the magnetosphere today that coincided with a 7-hour total lapse of BATSRUS image availability on CCMC.

First gap in BATSRUS images: 03:14 to 07:24 UTC

BATSRUS image at the END of the first gap at 07:24 UTC (severe compression clearly underway)

Second gap in BATRUS images: 09:55 to 13:19 UTC

BATSRUS images at the beginning an end of this second gap

Sources

http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ace/MAG_SWEPAM_24h.html

http://ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/SWMF_RealTime_browse.cgi

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