Wednesday, September 14, 2005

[TIPS] - bonus - aurora watch next two nights


From the spaceweather.com mailing list....-
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Space Weather News for Sept. 14, 2004 http://spaceweather.com
 
Sunspot 798/808 flared twice more yesterday, and at least one of the X-class explosions propelled a coronal mass ejection (CME) toward Earth. NOAA forecasters estimate a 70% chance of severe geomagnetic activity when the CME arrives--perhaps tonight, Sept. 14-15. Sky watchers at all latitudes should be alert for auroras.
 
Observing tips: Although auroras are sometimes bright enough to shine through city lights, you'll see more from a dark-sky site in the countryside. The best time to look is usually during the hours around local midnight.
 
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