New Year's Day geomagnetic storm WARNING Phones, internet and TV 'to be ...

New Year's Day geomagnetic storm WARNING Phones, internet and TV 'to be knocked out'

Large Coronal Hole Facing Earth, Impressive Solar Filament, Geomagnetic Storm Watch - YouTube

A fairly large coronal hole is now facing our planet. A high speed solar wind stream flowing from this zone is expected to reach Earth by December The .

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Mantis Society Study Center: Electric-blue Clouds Appear over Antarctica

Severe geomagnetic storm spurs beautiful aurora, could continue Tuesday evening

Severe geomagnetic storm spurs beautiful aurora, could continue Tuesday evening (Photos)

Severe geomagnetic storm spurs beautiful aurora, could continue Tuesday evening (Photos) - The Washington Post

6/6: It was a dream of mine to document the Tasermiut area, which is home to some of the world's wildest skylines (think Patagonia without the people and development). But to watch and shoot the aurora dancing above it all, well, that was absolute magic. That night, perched high above the fjord, we witnessed the arrival of a severe (G4 - strongest in quite some time) geomagnetic storm that lit up the sky in all directions (this is looking southeast), leaving us completely overwhelmed…

6/6: It was a dream of mine to document the Tasermiut area, which is home to some of the world's wildest skylines (think Patagonia without the people and development). But to watch and shoot the aurora dancing above it all, well, that was absolute magic. That night, perched high above the fjord, we witnessed the arrival of a severe (G4 - strongest in quite some time) geomagnetic storm that lit up the sky in all directions (this is looking southeast), leaving us completely overwhelmed…

Aurora Sky watchers |    As expected, a coronal hole solar wind stream is now beginning to move past Earth. Enhanced geomagnetic activity (Kp4) is currently being observed at higher latitudes. A moderate (G2) geomagnetic storm watch will be in effect for the next 24-48 hours as the stream is expected to increase in speed. High latitude aurora sky watchers should be alert once dark outside.

Aurora Sky watchers | As expected, a coronal hole solar wind stream is now beginning to move past Earth. Enhanced geomagnetic activity (Kp4) is currently being observed at higher latitudes. A moderate (G2) geomagnetic storm watch will be in effect for the next 24-48 hours as the stream is expected to increase in speed. High latitude aurora sky watchers should be alert once dark outside.

GSM Update 12/18/17 - Geomagnetic Storm Update - White Christmas Forecas...

GSM Update 12/18/17 - Geomagnetic Storm Update - White Christmas Forecas...

Severe geomagnetic storm spurs beautiful aurora, could continue Tuesday evening (Photos) - The Washington Post

Severe geomagnetic storm spurs beautiful aurora, could continue Tuesday evening (Photos)

Comparing the performance of an inverted vee dipole with a small transmitting loop on 40m

Comparing the performance of an inverted vee dipole with a small transmitting loop on 40m

A severe geomagnetic storm -- the strongest in the current solar cycle -- is affecting Earth, disrupting radio signals and causing a major Aurora display.

Rare 'severe' geomagnetic storm is hitting Earth right now

Rare 'severe' geomagnetic storm is hitting Earth right now - A severe geomagnetic storm -- the strongest in the current solar cycle -- is affecting Earth, disrupting radio signals & causing a major Aurora display.

(258) Geomagnetic Storm, Cosmic Rays, Asteroid | S0 News Nov.21.2017 - YouTube

(258) Geomagnetic Storm, Cosmic Rays, Asteroid | S0 News Nov.21.2017 - YouTube

New Scientist: Universe appears made for human life

New Scientist: Universe appears made for human life

Our planet earth is surrounded by a magnetosphere. A magnetosphere is formed when a stream of charged particles like the solar wind interacts with and is exchanged by the own magnetic field of a planet or similar body.

The Vortex, by Ben H. via Flickr.

Vortex Aurora, Alaska Photographer's note: Taken about 150 miles north of the arctic circle, during a geomagnetic storm.

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