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Rare treat one week before Halloween, Aurora Borealis!

A powerful and unique geomagnetic storm on Monday October 24, 2011 produce a widespread view of the Northern Lights. For the first time since 2004 we actually saw the Aurora deep into the SE.

Spaceweather.com Northern Lights photo gallery: October 2011

WOWOWOWOW! Incredible! Best northern lights I’ve seen since 2004! Northern Lights in every direction, photographed most of the time facing south! Beautiful coronas, many reds! Nikon D700 24 mm, 2.8, 3s, ISO 2000 Unbelievable! Thank you Spaceweather! I just happened to click on your site and saw the alert…
The northern lights, also called the “Aurora Borealis”, appeared over the SOUTHEAST United States last night (october 24, 2011 into october 25, 2011). Below is a screenshot of late on …
Ani Kaspar
October 25, 2011
Every traveler’s life list should include viewing the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, one of nature”s most spectacular phenomena. From late November to March within the Northern Lights zone–latitudes 65 to 72 degrees–solar particles collide with atmospheric gases to create colorful curtains (ne…
Manuela Bartosch
October 25, 2011
Thanks to perfectly clear skies and a solar flare, the northern lights are visible in Central Indiana tonight!
Kenny Huffman
October 25, 2011
More #aurora pics on my FB page and Google + page. http://on.fb.me/q79zfq http://bit.ly/tTbdQ0 #ncwx #scwx #cltwx
wxbrad
October 24, 2011
CME IMPACT: A CME hit Earth’s magnetic field on Oct. 24th at approximately 1800 UT (02:00 pm EDT). Acording to analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab, the…
Ufo Linker
October 25, 2011

 

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