January 22nd, 2006

Asmodeus

astroschyzy plans

plug in new asteroids from this list; prolly post cycle #13 soonest & plugin newsies on cycle #14. must begin generating ephemerides!

050827 Doty            11 ar 18'22.2604  -0.1401201   -6°55' 4.8018    1.612667637
050827 Pest            29 ar 59'53.5192   0.0414445   14°16'34.1997    1.541000517
050827 Oileus          10 sa 40' 2.3777   0.0568836  -14° 3'59.9597    5.430602403
050827 Argentina        9 ar 55'44.6276  -0.1241216   10°14'55.6860    2.834061107
050827 Poseidon        10 cp 54'47.7947  -0.1027795  -25°14'35.6370    2.324403615
050827 Aesculapia      22 sa 19'56.2600   0.0851572  -24°35' 0.6324    2.835212420
050827 Amor            17 ta 37'24.3771   0.0625316    9° 2'29.1334    2.255204857
050827 Apollo          18 li 53'46.6111   0.7043712  -11°35'13.2167    0.885152349
050827 Arachne         11 aq 10'31.7193  -0.1770676  -12°21' 8.3434    1.556992676
050827 Bacchus         27 sc 25'40.1695   0.4823565  -30°19'12.3621    1.146964034
050827 Child           13 le  0' 7.0822   0.4552398    9°51'46.9917    3.389417654
050827 Demeter         17 ar 28'32.2043  -0.0947707   42° 1'50.9185    1.126029337
050827 Diana           23 pi  8'32.7251  -0.2024802    0° 1'54.5498    1.989476580
050827 Eurydike        24 li 52'55.8808   0.3289937  -12°12'56.9060    3.371403479
050827 Hidalgo         11 vi 34'37.3915   0.4372442   27° 3' 7.0229    3.739595083
050827 Hekate          20 ta 42'54.9716   0.1109632   10°44'19.0350    2.493424979
050827 Hephaistos      11 ge  0'31.5588   0.0728148   27°37'33.6351    3.954509368
050827 Hera            25 sa 14'29.6261   0.1255119  -19°59'59.0238    1.992950336
050827 Hybris          18 sc 57'22.2787   0.1893841  -18°36'19.5918    3.704794311
050827 Kassandra       23 vi 27' 5.3781   0.4920075    3°32'50.8634    3.268799378
050827 Niobe            4 le 23'16.0218   0.3747227   26° 7'14.3379    3.669401437
050827 Orpheus         20 ar 37'13.0160   0.0395759   10°13'21.7794    0.546979549
050827 Athene           8 sc  6'39.0051   0.3746981  -21°31'56.1100    2.681987039
050827 Panacea         27 li 52'12.2076   0.3122552  -18°54'35.5648    3.611323701
050827 Persephone      10 ge 56'34.2250   0.2039864   34° 5'50.9191    3.103540670
050827 Sisyphus         8 li  5'48.1123   0.3682290   18°41'44.3759    3.471259373
050827 Siva            18 cn 39'23.9672   0.6866123   38°39' 5.1158    2.141266317
050827 Siwa             7 ta 45' 5.8182   0.0589835   10° 1'39.7644    1.807939033
050827 Sphinx          19 ta 26'34.1324   0.1179959   24°49'11.2324    2.023161200
050827 Tantalus        29 li 43'15.9134   1.0506189    9°21'25.9573    1.340667774
050827 Toro            28 li 45'45.4449   0.4432625  -15°44'43.8747    2.338464488
050827 Sacajawea       20 sc 35'20.1245   0.2763126  -12°33'16.5239    2.859217149
050827 Alleghenia      22 le 13'47.9714   0.3478359    5°17' 1.0709    4.252046346
050827 Tsenaat'a'i     12 ta  5' 5.3079   0.1524095   15°11'27.9773    1.636181791
050827 Brighton         7 ge 46' 8.5872   0.1852851   14°57' 8.3725    2.927231778
050827 Kaibab          25 vi  7'12.7314   0.5034620    1° 6'39.3363    3.130599953
050827 Potomac          4 sa  9'56.4745   0.1030395  -10°58'20.0169    4.427302523
050827 Sewanee          7 cn 16'36.9684   0.4206418   19°27'26.2562    2.596420089
050827 Ute             16 cn 58'50.5508   0.3246093   15°34'42.6657    3.581088141
050827 Yavapai         12 le 45'42.7180   0.3569852   15°54'22.6847    4.013356109
050827 South Dakota     2 li 23'15.3217   0.3817008    0°53'35.3736    3.744402739
050827 Vipera          24 vi 52'57.2781   0.3540343    3°11'25.2659    4.009612544
050827 Asta            23 vi 18'53.8748   0.3395985   11°27'32.9575    4.293526807
050827 Marchare         0 cp 39' 7.1032   0.0461034  -26°16'45.0130    2.198607913
050827 Jubjubbird      23 cp 27'43.8958  -0.0123023  -35°57'29.0313    1.180451075
050827 Bandersnatch    21 le 24'14.8120   0.5686721   13°12'55.0291    2.944877225
050827 Quine           27 pi  4' 2.7429  -0.2184627   -0°45' 4.2687    1.380734874
050827 Pamelasobey     26 ta 26'43.3958   0.1960671   23°36'49.0012    1.929191410
050827 Chicago         10 sc 25' 8.8769   0.2200930  -10°58'57.2703    4.122403326
050827 Melete          22 cn  0'50.5161   0.3089376   15° 4'20.3749    3.826345926
050827 Rimbaud         16 aq  8'17.7222  -0.2059946  -22°52' 1.1678    1.841536006
050827 Chelsagloria     1 li  3'10.3608   0.4802510   -3°23'51.8616    3.162709859
050827 Patricia        16 sc 32'24.6087   0.2385311  -32°49'50.9834    3.521993325
050827 Ciney           11 cn 39'38.1644   0.4427255   20°43'25.2921    2.711887142
050827 Thule           14 cn  2'42.2590   0.2242091   23°23'38.8605    4.819731863
050827 Tsunemi         27 li 51'41.9333   0.4271107   -9°47' 5.5139    2.713871104
050827 Goldfinger       3 le  1'55.8987   0.4874865   22°39' 9.5009    3.050492732
050827 Mateo           12 aq  5'52.0446  -0.1459598  -20°11'44.5402    0.931311954
050827 Hack             8 sc 19'24.1742   0.2580408  -14°20'41.9299    3.563311842
050827 Johnadams       11 sc 33'12.8804   0.2972108  -13°25' 8.5655    3.126914072

hunger = no money for food, nicotine, caffeine — creating massive thumb-sucking, sleep all day & suck thumb response. heaven's to betsy aren't we glad we have zoloft. transforming minor huston, we have a problem scenario to something more ... productive.

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Asmodeus

spaceweather.com

17-Jan-2006 :: On Jan. 15th, the sun was blank. Now there are two new sunspot groups: 846 and 847. The pair materialized in less than 48 hours, as shown in the movie below.

19-Jan-2006 :: Here we go again. For the third time this week, a new sunspot is materializing. Sunspot 848 poked through the sun's surface yesterday and has quickly blossomed into a double spot about 30,000 miles wide ... The two components of sunspot 848 are each about the size of Earth. Impressive: planet-sized objects growing in less than 24 hours. What will this active region do today? BLUE MOON ALERT: If you live in Alaska, be alert for blue moons this week. The Augustine Volcano located 185 miles from Anchorage is shooting plumes of ash 8+ miles into the air. Volcanic eruptions like this have been known to turn the moon blue ... Contrary to popular belief, blue moons are real.

20-Jan-2006 :: Fast-growing sunspot 848 has doubled in size since yesterday (movie), but it does not yet pose a threat for strong flares. Solar activity remains low. ROCKET TO PLUTO: Thirty-five years ago, Apollo astronauts took 3 days to reach the moon. Yesterday, New Horizons did it in 9 hours, becoming the fastest spacecraft ever launched from Earth. New Horizons needs all the speed it can get: destination Pluto is nearly 3 billion miles away.

21-Jan-2006 :: Jupiter and the Moon are converging for a beautiful close encounter on Monday morning, Jan. 23rd: sky map. The bad news—it happens at the crack of dawn. SOLAR ACTIVITY: Double sunspot 848 continues to grow. Its two components, each larger than Earth, are now connected by a bridge of intensifying magnetic fields. If these force fields become tangled, mixing north and south polarities together, solar flares could result. Amateur astronomers with safely filtered telescopes should keep an eye on sunspot 848 this weekend. It is changing by the hour.

22-Jan-2006 :: For the fourth day in a row, sunspot 848 has grown impressively. The once-negligible spot now measures 120,000 km from end to end—about as wide as the planet Saturn.