Spaceweather.com is reporting on the huge eruption on the sun, with some incredible pictures while at the same time, March 19,2011, there was a rare "Super Moon"..
ICONIC ERUPTION: A huge filament of magnetism and hot plasma blasted off the sun's southwestern limb on March 19th around 1200 UT. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the action:
The eruption was not Earth-directed, but it did attract plenty of attention on our planet. Many amateur astronomers in Europe witnessed the blast and said it was the biggest one they'd ever seen. This event continues the recent trend of increasing solar activity, and shows anew that Solar Cycle 24 is gaining steam after a long period of relative quiet.
SUPER FULL MOON: In one picture I saw, the moon over Washington, D.C. looked red., as in "blood moon"....not a good sign for an unrepentent sinner.
The super full moon of March 19th was the biggest and closest full moon of the past 18 years. It might also be the most photographed full moon--ever. Photographers around the world lined up to take pictures like this.
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