Re: AURORA WATCH: Earth is slipping into a solar wind stream




"Sam Wormley" <swormley1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Ref:http://spaceweather.com/
>
> AURORA WATCH: Earth is slipping into a solar wind stream flowing from
> a coronal hole on the sun; so far the encounter has done little to
> spark auroras. There's still hope for some geomagnetic activity this
> weekend, however, because a coronal mass ejection (CME, movie) is
> heading toward Earth, due to arrive on May 28th or 29th. The CME is not
> a big one, but it might spark high latitude auroras over, say, Canada
> and Scandinavia.
>

wowie!


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