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Of the “Trailing Sungrazer Suncruiser” Solar Crossing

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Dozens of pilot whales lay beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island

SS: a sungrazer has appears and crossed under the sun .. many events lead up to this sungrazer crossing the sun .. it all started when two comets went into OUTBURST together for the first time since anyone can ever remember .. comet holmes* and the comet schwassmann-wachmann (the vanguard comet) went into outburst one after another forming two pearls in the sky . as the outbursts have mostly fading now here we have the sungrazer appear and crossed under the sun …

SS: and as it does so a suncruiser appears to come from behind the sun from the same general direction that the sungrazer had come as if following it . there is one small issue with the SOHO data in which the following frame the sun cruiser has been over layed out of the image. something is going on with that suncruiser following that sungrazer which is now a big secret . we need to continue to monitor the sungrazers progress through SOHO since it has survived the graze .

SS: UPDATE 02-21-15: the sun was flatlining (for six days) on the 18th as the comet was approaching the sun and soon after the sungrazers passage the sun began to erupt with solar flares as can see in soho image below. it seems pretty obvious to me that the sungrazer passage caused the solar flares and therefore there must be some interaction between the two objects that causes this phenomena.

THE SUN IS FLATLINING: For the 6th day in a row, solar activity remains very low. No sunspots are flaring, and the sun’s X-ray output has flatlined. NOAA forecasters estimate a scant 1% chance of significant solar flares on Feb. 18th. Solar flare alerts: text, voice

Dozens of pilot whales lie beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, in this February 13, 2015 handout courtesy of the Department of Conservation.  Picture taken February 13, 2015.    REUTERS/Department of Conservation/Handout via Reuters (NEW ZEALAND – Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS)

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    Of the Farewell Spit New Zealand Stranded Whales

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    . Farewell Spit (New Zealand), 13/02/2015.- A handout picture released by the New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) on 14 February 2015 shows stranded pilot whales at Farewell Spit, a narrow sandbar at the northern tip of the South Island, New Zealand, 13 February 2015, after they had beached there. DOC staff and volunteers were trying to save dozens of whales from a pod of nearly 200 stranded pilot whales on 14 February, the New Zealand Department of Conservation said. More than 100 of the 198 whales had died on Farewell Spit, where they had beached early 13 February. Currently the remaining live whales are all upright and in good position for the refloating attempt at high tide later on 14 February. EFE/EPA/New Zealand DOC/Matt Nalder

    Dozens of pilot whales lie beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, in this February 13, 2015 handout courtesy of the Department of Conservation.  Picture taken February 13, 2015.    REUTERS/Department of Conservation/Handout via Reuters (NEW ZEALAND – Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

    Dozens of pilot whales lie beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island

      Of the “Ballena Franca Austral” White Whale Calf

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      SS: and he has returned after four years and is still a calf. last time we seen this white calf was in 2010 when he was spotted in the Patagonia region of Argentina where he has been seen again. only four white whales are known to exist in the world now since the white orca was confirmed spotted again as well.

      An albino Southern Right Whale calf (L) known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, and its mother, swim in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, offshore Golfo Nuevo, of the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina’s Patagonia region, September 22, 2014. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA – Tags: ANIMALS)

      An albino Southern Right Whale calf known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, offshore Golfo Nuevo, of the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina’s Patagonia region, September 22, 2014. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA – Tags: ANIMALS)

      A young southern right whale (L), known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swims in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, offshore Golfo Nuevo, next to its mother in Argentina’s Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, September 19, 2014. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA – Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)

      Southern right whales, known in Spanish as ballena franca austral, swim in the waters of the Atlantic Sea, offshore Golfo Nuevo, Argentina’s Patagonian village of Puerto Piramides, September 19, 2014. The whales regularly come to breed and calve in this marine reserve from June to December. REUTERS/Maxi Jonas (ARGENTINA – Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)

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        Of the Australian Cronulla White Whale

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        Moby Dick White Whale Spotted in Australian Waters Fri, Jun 20, 2014 An extremely rare white whale known as Migaloo has been spotted near Australian coasts. The humpback was seen by Whale Watching Sydney cruise director­ and photographer Jonas Liebschner near the coast of Cronulla. “I’ve been whale-watching for seven years and I’ve never been so excited … it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it’s the Holy Grail of whale watching,” Liebschner said.

        Migaloo was seen traveling with other humpback whales (AP)

        Rare White Whale Returns to Australia, Delighting His Local Fans (Wire)

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          Of the Mexican Siamese-Twin Grey Whale Calves

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          Scientists find conjoined gray whale calves in Baja California lagoon; discovery could be a first Jan 06, 2014 Unfortunately, the twins discovered in Scammon’s Lagoon did not survive. They might have been miscarried because they were deformed and underveloped. However, the carcass measured about 13 feet long, close to normal size for newborn gray whales.

          In this photo released on Wednesday Jan. 8, 2014 by Mexico’s National Natural Protected Areas Commission, or CONANP, two conjoined gray whale calves lie dead in a beach in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon, near the town of Guerrero Negro in the Baja Peninsula, Mexico on Jan. 5, 2014. According to government authorities, fishermen found the calves, that were linked at the waist, with two full heads and tail fins. (AP Photo/CONANP)

          Rare conjoined grey whale calves were discovered on Monday in a Mexican Lagoon. This could be the first documented case of its kind. (Jan. 9) (AP Photo/CONANP)

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            Of the Monroe County Highland Beach Whales

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            Pod Of Pilot Whales Stranded Off Everglades Nat’l Park December 4, 2013 HIGHLAND BEACH (CBSMiami) – Marine experts are trying to figure out what’s causing a pod of whales to beach themselves along Florida’s Southwest coast off Everglades National Park. The pod of what’s believed to be short-finned pilot whales is swimming in shallow water about three-quarters of a mile off the shoreline of Highland Beach in Monroe County, about 1 and a half to two hour ride from the nearest boat ramp.

            In this Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 photo provided by the National Park Service, pilot whales are positioned in shallow waters just off a beach in a remote area of the western portion of Everglades National Park, Fla. Federal officials said some whales have died. The marine mammals are known to normally inhabit deep water. (AP Photo/National Park Service)

            Marine experts are trying to figure out what’s causing a pod of whales to beach themselves along Florida’s Southwest coast off Everglades National Park. (CBS4 Miami Screen Grab)

            Officials in boats monitor the scene where dozens of pilot whales are stranded in shallow water in a remote area of Florida’s Everglades National Park, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

            People stand on the beach where two dead pilot whales lie in the water in a remote area of Florida’s Everglades National Park, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. Nearly four dozen pilot whales are stranded in shallow water in the area. Four of the whales had to be euthanized Wednesday, and six others already had died, said Blair Mase, the marine mammal stranding network coordinator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Necropsies were being preformed on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

            In this Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, photo provided by the National Park Service, pilot whales are stranded on a beach in a remote area of the western portion of Everglades National Park, Fla. Federal officials said some whales have died. The marine mammals are known to normally inhabit deep water. (AP Photo/National Park Service)

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              Of the Philippines Tanza Cavite Whale Shark

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              The carcass of a juvenile whale shark, known locally as a “butanding”, lies on the shore amidst rotten water lilies at the coastline of Tanza, Cavite, southwest of Manila, September 5, 2013. The whale shark weighing approximately 300kg (661 pounds), and with a length of 6.72 metres (22 feet), was found by fishermen floating in the sea off Manila Bay on Wednesday, an official from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)

              Residents carrying umbrellas stand beside the floating carcass of a juvenile whale shark, known locally as a “butanding”, at the coastline of Tanza, Cavite, southwest of Manila, September 5, 2013. The whale shark weighing approximately 300kg (661 pounds), and with a length of 6.72 metres (22 feet), was found by fishermen floating in the sea off Manila Bay on Wednesday, an official from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)

              Children stand on the floating carcass of a juvenile whale shark, known locally as a “butanding”, at the coastline of Tanza, Cavite, southwest of Manila, September 5, 2013. The whale shark weighing approximately 300kg (661 pounds), and with a length of 6.72 metres (22 feet), was found by fishermen floating in the sea off Manila Bay on Wednesday, an official from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

              The carcass of a juvenile whale shark, known locally as a “butanding”, floats in the water at the coastline of Tanza, Cavite, southwest of Manila, September 5, 2013. The whale shark weighing approximately 300kg (661 pounds), and with a length of 6.72 metres (22 feet), was found by fishermen floating in the sea off Manila Bay on Wednesday, an official from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)

              Veterinarians from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources measure the carcass of a juvenile whale shark, known locally as a “butanding”, at the coastline of Tanza, Cavite, southwest of Manila, September 5, 2013. The whale shark weighing approximately 300kg (661 pounds), and with a length of 6.72 metres (22 feet), was found by fishermen floating in the sea off Manila Bay on Wednesday, an official from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)

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                Of the Migrating White Whale

                SS: one of the pacific white whales has been seen again . this one is the original .. there is another white whale born recently in the pacific dec last year during the “we love enchantress” great comet passage appeared as a white whale in the sky. there is also one white whale in the southern atlantic . if this one is migrating from the oceans near queensland then i think new white calf should be seen migrating too. i’m not sure how fast whales grow but the new white calf whale is also a humpback and will be one year old in december .

                Return of the great white whale September 26, 2012 Whale, whale, whale, we meet again Migaloo. The rare white humpback whale was spotted off Cape Moreton today but in a cruel twist of fate Brisbane or Moreton Bay whale watching crews were out because of rough winds. Migaloo cruised past Cape Moreton on his migration back from the northern waters.

                Rare white humpback whale spotted 27 Sep 2012, 12:32 PM EDT NEAR BRISBANE, Australia (CNN/SEVEN NETWORK) – A helicopter camera spotted a white humpback whale in the waters near Brisbane, Australia. It’s believed to be Migaloo, an elusive, yet quite famous, albino whale.

                  Of the “Iceberg” White Killer Whale

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                  The fin of an albino killer whale nicknamed Iceberg travelling in a pod of 13 orcas near Bering island in the Commander islands in Russia. A team of Russian scientists say they will embark on a quest next week to observe the only all-white, adult killer whale ever spotted — a majestic and elusive bull they have named Iceberg. (AFP Photo/E.Lazareva)

                  In late August and early September 2014, the Far East Russia Orca Project (FEROP) was surveying the southeastern coast of Kamchatka and Northern Kuril Islands, in Russia, as part of a humpback whale project. In the Fourth Kuril Strait, between Onekotan and Paramushir islands, they met a large group of orcas and began photographing them for photo-IDs. The fog thickened soon after and visibility dropped to less than 100 meters, so the team stopped to listen for sounds. Suddenly a group of orcas approached, and right next to the boat, a rare white orca surfaced, likely a juvenile. The FEROP team soon lost the white whale in the fog, but the image was fixed in mind and in this piece of video! Scientists had previously only recorded one other white orca in history! Credit to FEROP.

                  A killer whale swims in 2007. A team of Russian scientists say they will embark on a quest next week to observe the only all-white, adult killer whale ever spotted — a majestic and elusive bull they have named Iceberg. (AFP Photo/Marcel Mochet)

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                    Of the “Big Miracle”

                    A humpback whale is seen near the coast of Mazatlan January 17, 2012. Humpback whales migrate from California to Mexico, where they mate and calve during the winter season. REUTERS/Stringer (MEXICO – Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)

                    In this image released by Universal Pictures, Drew Barrymore is shown in a scene from “Big Miracle,” a film about the rescue of a family of gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle. The film, which stars Barrymore and Ted Danson opens Feb. 3. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Darren Michaels)

                    In this image released by Universal Pictures, a scene is shown from “Big Miracle,” a film about the rescue of a family of gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle. The film, which stars Drew Barrymore and Ted Danson and opens Feb. 3. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures)

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