Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read.
A nice little coronal mass ejection hit the earth magnetic field last night. I might have heard it hit the roof, but it was probably just a big tree limb, or one of the sheet-metal roof panels blowing off. The high wind during the night had more going on around here than I could keep track of and I decided to wait for daybreak to go out and make sense of it.
CME IMPACT: A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field on March 7th at approximately 0400 UT. The impact was not a strong one, but it could stir up polar geomagnetic storms anyway
I let my curiosity carry away my good sense just now and went out there with a flashlight. Turns out it was nothing amiss. Just a big tree limb. No big chunks of shattered magnetism lying around messing up my waning-anyway-and-somewhat-neglected magnetic field experiments. Most of that’s located out east of the cabin where there are no trees to fall on it, but one piece of it’s strung out across the meadow. I was needing to guy up the post over there and hadn’t. That might be on the ground.
But it’s time I was winding down on all that anyway because I’m figuring it’s part of what I won’t be following through.
Lots of noise from the Rooster Containment Center, though, when I went out. They’re probably remembering and regretting what a nuisance they made of themselves last night when I was trying to get them and the Commie Americauna penned up before dark.
I’m thinking today might be a busy one. That wind was doing a lot of bragging in the dark. But you can’t tell about winds, that way. They’ll stomp around, boast, make little things sound big and big things sound bigger, then you find it was all just a lot of bluster.
Maybe more later if there’s anything worth mentioning.