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Old 03-23-2019, 01:44 PM   #1
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Possible Aurora tonight in Northern US States and Canada

Those who live up North might get a chance to see an aurora tonight thanks to recent solar activity:

https://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2019/...a-tonight.html

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On Wednesday, there was a massive solar flare, followed by a coronal mass ejection (CME), on the sun. It takes a few days for electrons and protons associated with the CME to reach the earth's atmosphere, and in fact, it has JUST ARRIVED. This is evident from the latest planetary K index (a measure of the disturbance of Earth's magnetic field) form the NOAA Space Weather Prediction
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Thanks for posting this. We went to Alaska to see the N. Lights and were not lucky. I did not realize that perhaps tonight we will get lucky and see them from home. Right now, it is cloudy but still lots of time.
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A couple of shots I took earlier this month in Norway. A bit blurry because they were handheld on the deck of a ship. The pale dots in the background are stars.

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