2019-07-30

 

 

大型太阳风暴将于731日或81

在“黑色超级月亮”发生的同时袭击地球

 

 

An absolutely massive hole has formed in the upper atmosphere of the Sun,and our planet will align with that hole later this week.Once the alignment happens,Earth will be bombarded by a"solar storm",and nobody is quite sure yet how bad it will be.If the storm is relatively minor,we could just experience a few disruptions to satellite communications and see some pretty lights in the sky.But if the storm is really severe,our electrical grid could be fried and we could experience widespread power outages.According to the Express,"the solar storm will hit Earth on July 31 or August 1″…

 

在太阳的上层大气中已经形成了一个绝对巨大的黑洞,我们的星球将在本周晚些时候与这个黑洞结盟。一旦校准发生,地球将被"太阳风暴"轰炸,没有人确切知道它会有多糟糕。如果风暴相对较小,我们只需要经历几次卫星通讯的中断,就可以看到天空中一些美丽的光芒。但是,如果风暴真的很严重,我们的电网可能会被烧毁,我们可能会经历大面积停电。据《每日快报》报道,"太阳风暴将于731日或81日袭击地球"

 

Earth's orbit around the Sun will soon align with a coronal hole–a hole in the Sun's upper atmosphere–and solar particles will subsequently bombard the planet after they have made their way through space.Experts predict that the solar storm will hit Earth on July 31 or August 1.People in the northern hemisphere are likely to be treated to northern lights–or aurora borealis–as the solar winds bombard the upper reaches of the planet.

 

地球环绕太阳的轨道将很快与一个日冕洞——太阳上层大气中的一个洞——保持一致,太阳粒子将在穿越太空后轰击地球。专家预测,太阳风暴将于731日或81日袭击地球。当太阳风轰击地球的上游时,北半球的人们很可能会看到北极光,或者说北极光。

 

Of course North America is in the northern hemisphere,and so we could be in for a direct hit.

 

当然,北美位于北半球,所以我们可能会遭到直接的袭击。

 

Since our satellites are outside our atmosphere,they are the most vulnerable during a solar storm.If some of our satellites get fried,that could affect GPS navigation,cell phone communication,and satellite television services…

 

因为我们的卫星在大气层之外,所以它们在太阳风暴中是最脆弱的。如果我们的一些卫星被烧毁,可能会影响 GPS 导航、手机通信和卫星电视服务.....

 

For the most part,the Earth's magnetic field protects humans from the barrage of radiation,but solar storms can affect satellite-based technology.

 

在大多数情况下,地球磁场保护人类免受辐射的影响,但是太阳风暴可以影响基于卫星的技术。

 

Solar winds can heat the Earth's outer atmosphere,causing it to expand.

 

太阳风可以加热地球的外层大气,使其膨胀。

 

This can affect satellites in orbit,potentially leading to a lack of GPS navigation,mobile phone signal and satellite TV such as Sky.

 

这可能会影响在轨卫星,可能导致缺乏 GPS 导航,手机信号和卫星电视,如天空。

 

But if the storm is powerful enough,electronic devices all over the country could be damaged and our power grid could potentially be disabled.According to astrophysicist Scott McIntosh,a really bad solar storm could potentially even cause some of our major cities to be without power for months…

 

但是,如果风暴足够强大,全国各地的电子设备可能会受损,我们的电网可能会瘫痪。根据天体物理学家斯科特·麦金托什的说法,一场非常严重的太阳风暴甚至可能导致我们的一些主要城市停电数月.....

 

McIntosh winces at the thought of what a massive storm might do:"Could you imagine DC or New York City being without power for six months,or eight months a year because of a solar event that they didn't forecast well?"

 

麦金托什一想到大规模风暴可能造成的后果就畏缩了:"你能想象华盛顿或纽约市因为预测不准的太阳活动而停电六个月,或者一年停电八个月吗?"

 

So let us hope that this solar storm turns out to be relatively minor,because the potential for a catastrophic event is certainly there.

 

所以让我们希望这次太阳风暴是相对较小的,因为发生灾难性事件的可能性肯定存在。

 

And our planet has definitely experienced very serious solar storms in recent history.For example,just check out what happened in August 1972…

 

在最近的历史中,我们的星球确实经历了非常严重的太阳风暴。例如,看看19728月发生了什么.....

 

On August 4,an aurora shone so luminously that shadows were cast was seen from the southern coast of the United Kingdom[1] and shortly later as far south as Bilbao,Spain at magnetic latitude46°.[38] Extending to August 5,intense geomagnetic storming continued with bright red(a relatively rare color associated with extreme events)and fast-moving aurora visible at midday from dark regions of the Southern Hemisphere.[39]

 

84日,在英国南部海岸,人们看到了明亮的极光,不久之后,在磁纬度46的西班牙毕尔巴鄂,人们看到了阴影。强烈的地磁风暴持续到85日,明亮的红色(与极端事件有关的一种相对罕见的颜色)和快速移动的极光在中午时分从南半球黑暗的地区可见。[39]

 

Radio frequency(RF)effects were rapid and intense.Blackouts commenced nearly instantaneously on the sunlit side of Earth on HF and other vulnerable bands.A nighttime mid-latitude E layer developed.[40]

 

射频(RF)效应迅速而强烈。在高频和其他脆弱波段,停电几乎是在地球被阳光照射的一侧瞬间开始的。夜间中纬度 e 层发育。[40]

 

Geomagnetically induced currents(GICs)were generated and produced significant electrical griddisturbances throughout Canada and across much of eastern and central United States,with strong anomalies reported as far south as Maryland and Ohio,moderate anomalies in Tennessee,and weak anomalies in Alabama and north Texas.The voltage collapse of 64%on the North Dakota to Manitoba interconnection would have been sufficient to cause a system breakup if occurring during high export conditions on the line,which would have precipitated a large power outage.

 

地磁感应电流在整个加拿大以及美国东部和中部大部分地区产生并产生了重大的电网扰动,据报道,强异常远至南部的马里兰州和俄亥俄州,田纳西州出现中度异常,阿拉巴马州和德克萨斯州北部出现微弱异常。北达科他州到马尼托巴的互联线上64%的电压崩溃足以导致系统崩溃,如果发生在高出口条件下的线路上,这将导致大面积停电。

 

If such an event happens this time,there will almost certainly be significant power outages.

 

如果这次发生这样的事件,几乎可以肯定会出现严重的停电。

 

In 1859,a much more serious solar storm hit our planet,and it fried telegraph systems all across North America…

 

1859年,一场更为严重的太阳风暴袭击了我们的星球,烧毁了整个北美的电报系统。

 

On September 1–2,1859,one of the largest recorded geomagnetic storms(as recorded by ground-based magnetometers)occurred.Auroras were seen around the world,those in the northern hemisphere as far south as the Caribbean;those over the Rocky Mountains in the U.S.were so bright that the glow woke gold miners,who began preparing breakfast because they thought it was morning.[6] People in the northeastern United States could read a newspaper by the aurora's light.[11] The aurora was visible from the poles to the low latitude area[12],such as south-central Mexico[13],Queensland,Cuba,Hawaii,[14] southern Japan and China,[15] and even at lower latitudes very close to the equator,such as in Colombia.[16] Estimates of the storm strength range from−800 nT to−1750 nT.[17]

 

185991日至2日,有记录以来最大的地磁暴之一(地面磁力计记录)发生了。世界各地都可以看到极光,那些生活在南至加勒比北半球的极光;那些生活在美国落基山脉上空的极光是如此明亮,以至于金矿工人被光亮惊醒了,他们开始准备早餐,因为他们以为已经是早上了。美国东北部的人们可以在极光的照射下阅读报纸。从两极到低纬度地区,如墨西哥中南部、昆士兰、古巴、夏威夷、日本南部和中国,甚至在非常靠近赤道的低纬度地区,如哥伦比亚,都可以看到极光。[16]风暴强度估计在-800 nT -1750 nT 之间。[17]

 

Telegraph systems all over Europe and North America failed,in some cases giving telegraph operators electric shocks.[18] Telegraph pylons threw sparks.[19] Some telegraph operators could continue to send and receive messages despite having disconnected their power supplies.[20]

 

整个欧洲和北美的电报系统都失灵了,有时候电报员会受到电击。[18]电报塔发出火花。[19]一些电报员可以继续发送和接收信息,尽管他们已经切断了电源。[20]

 

At that time,we hardly possessed any technology that was capable of being affected by a solar storm.

 

当时,我们几乎没有任何技术能够受到太阳风暴的影响。

 

If a similar event happens this week,the damage will be absolutely cataclysmic.

 

如果类似的事件在本周发生,造成的损失将是灾难性的。

 

As I was researching this article,I also discovered this solar storm will hit us at the time of the"Black Supermoon"…

 

在我研究这篇文章的时候,我还发现这个太阳风暴会在"黑色超级月亮"的时候袭击我们..

 

According to Farmer's Almanac,some people call the second moon in a single month a Black Moon—this is the definition that's used most often,and the one that applies to the full moon happening on July 31st.The term has also been used where no new moon occurs in a month,which only happens every 5 to 10 years in the month of February.

 

根据农民年鉴,一些人称一个月内的第二个月亮为黑月亮ーー这是最常用的定义,也适用于731日的满月。这个术语也被用在一个月内没有新月出现的地方,这种情况每510年才会发生在2月份。

 

This particular moon on July 31st is called a Black Supermoon because it will be near its closest point to Earth.

 

731日的这个特别的月亮被称为黑色超级月亮,因为它将接近它离地球最近的点。

 

I don't know if the fact these two events are happening so close to one another has any significance,but I did find it to be interesting.

 

我不知道这两件事发生得如此接近是否有什么意义,但我确实觉得很有趣。

 

We live in very unusual times,and our world is getting stranger every day.Global events are beginning to accelerate,and many of us feel like all sorts of craziness could start breaking loose at any moment.

 

我们生活在一个非常不寻常的时代,我们的世界每天都变得越来越陌生。全球事件正开始加速发展,我们中的许多人感觉到各种各样的疯狂随时都可能爆发。

 

Scientists tell us it is just a matter of time before another solar storm of the magnitude which North America experienced in 1859 hits our planet again.

 

科学家告诉我们,1859年北美经历的那种规模的太阳风暴再次袭击我们的星球只是时间问题。

 

At this point we are completely and totally unprepared for such a storm,and so let us hope the solar storm which will hit us this week is not of that variety.

 

在这一点上,我们完全没有准备好应对这样的风暴,因此,让我们希望本周将袭击我们的太阳风暴不是这种类型的。

 

About the author:Michael Snyder is a nationally-syndicated writer,media personality and political activist.He is the author of four books including Get Prepared Now,The Beginning Of The End and Living A Life That Really Matters.His articles are originally published on The Economic Collapse Blog,End Of The American Dream and The Most Important News.From there,his articles are republished on dozens of other prominent websites.If you would like to republish his articles,please feel free to do so.The more people that see this information the better,and we need to wake more people up while there is still time.

 

关于作者:迈克尔·斯奈德是一位全国性的作家、媒体人士和政治活动家。他是四本书的作者,包括《现在就做好准备》、《结束的开始》和《真正重要的生活》。他的文章最初发表在《经济崩溃博客》、《美国梦的终结》和《最重要的新闻》上。从那时起,他的文章在几十个著名的网站上被转载。如果你想重新发表他的文章,请随时这样做。看到这些信息的人越多越好,我们需要在还有时间的时候唤醒更多的人。

 

Michael Snyder is the publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog,The American Dream Blog and The Truth.You can follow him on Twitter right here.

 

迈克尔·斯奈德是《经济崩溃博客》、《美国梦博客》和《真相》的出版人。你可以在 Twitter 上关注他。

 

来源:http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/a-large-solar-storm-will-hit-earth-on-july-31-or-august-1-at-the-same-time-that-the-black-supermoon-happens

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