The Face in the Bluff

Fantastic discovery near Cushman Cave – Face in the Bluff

We are happy to have received a very interesting story from one of our readers.

Around Christmas time 2014 our contributer made a discovery while he was hiking in the area of Cushman Cave.

What he found is truly astonishing a face carved in rock. Not a small face but huge!
The rock is located near Cushman Cave in the area Batesville Arkansas.

Face in the Bluff - is the Noticed Discontinuity

Our contributer explains what he has seen:

“Upstream from that bridge is a bluff on the west bank, and in one of my images of that bluff I recorded a face. It is an illusion; if you go north or south a
few feet it disappears. I wondered who else had noticed the “face in
the bluff,” and in my searching I found the Cushman Cave/Dero story.
This illusion, a face, has a snout that resembles that of an elephant,
and the fingers of its hands touch the lower lid of its right eye.
Each hand: two fingers and one thumb; yeah, alien!”

Discontinuities 1 and 2 from the North AN

People interested to go to this location can contact me to acquire more accurate location details: editor@astrofreaks.net

Many thanks to our contributor.

 

M82 Supernova greeting Earth

Supernova M82 says Hello Earth

A star exploded 11.4 million light years away which is practically next door in astronomical terms.

Supernova M82 is the name that has been givine to the stellar explosion so close to Earth. Soon it will be visible with binoculars.

m82supernova

Picture taken by Dessy Gaston on January 24, 2014 in Belgique

More pictures from Amateur Astronomers can be viewed here: http://spaceweathergallery.com/

Information on the energetic impact of the Supernova can be found here: http://aishanorth.wordpress.com/

Northern Light video-lapse

 Aurora Borealis earlier this year

This video shows what happened on March 17 when an CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) hits Earths magnetic field. Two days earlier, sunspot AR1692 had produced a M1-class solar flare that resulted in the CME that hit Earth.

This time lapse shows what happened during four hours over Östersund in Sweden, between 19:20 and 23:35 UT.

The time lapse consists of 2464 raw images for a total data amount of 30Gb.

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