• Lin Gohl

    Awesome ,thanks for this!

    • Anonymous

      you are welcome.

  • http://twitter.com/mcallisters Sara McAllister

    Crossing my fingers! You’re the best Brad.

    • Anonymous

      thanks Sara, I hope we can see them too.

  • Lin Gohl

    will you be updating on FB , if there is a chance to see them?

    • Anonymous

      I sure will…. once I start getting confirmation of them showing up I’ll post there too.

  • http://twitter.com/Ridgekeeper Cynthia Wadsworth

    At 9pm the viewing line appears to be far away. I wonder if this will move later tonight or perhaps tomorrow night?

    • Anonymous

      seems to not be moving, tomorrow should be good as well but tonight will be the peak.

      • http://twitter.com/Ridgekeeper Cynthia Wadsworth

        Sounds like a midnight road trip toward Virginia, LOL.

  • Anonymous

    The Auroras were a bust last night in the U.S. The storm subsided as it crossed the Atlantic and fell apart by the time it reached North America. The peak really occurred over in Europe. The sun is still in a very active pattern and more flares are likely in the coming weeks and months. In the mean time here is a picture gallery from over in Europe. Enjoy! http://spaceweather.com/submissions/large_image_popup.php?image_name=Andy-Keen-IMG_1235_1327467287.jpg

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