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A large and very oddly shaped coronal hole has appeared on recent images of the Sun taken from various American space-based observatories (SDO, SOHO, and SXI shown below). The hole is distinctly triangular in shape and is pointed at the Earth. According to SpaceWeather.com, the solar winds from this hole should arrive at Earth around March 16-17.

Triangular coronal hole image taken by GOES 15 Solar X-Ray Imager

Triangular coronal hole image taken by GOES 15 Solar X-Ray Imager

  3 Responses to “Triangular Coronal Hole Opens on Sun Images”

  1. Where do you see the Tetragrammaton on the sun image?

    • Thanks for the comment. This is what I wrote:

      The recent strange and gigantic hole in the sun’s corona, visible in certain space-based images taken earlier this week, bears an eerie resemblance to a French representation of the Tetragrammaton, a word that refers to the name of God.

      The name of God was not on the Sun, but the triangular coronal hole across the solar face was remarkably similar to the Tetragrammaton representation presented at the 5th Chapel of the Palace of Versailles, France.

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