Solar Storm / Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights – Nov 28 – 29, 2011

“A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field at approximately 2145 UT on Nov. 28th. The impact was relatively weak and did not spark a strong geomagnetic storm.”

“As predicted by analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab, a coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field at approximately 2145 UT on Nov. 28th. The impact was weaker than expected, but it still produced bright auroras around the Arctic Circle:”

SINUOUS SUNSPOTS: A line of sunspots stretching across the sun’s northern hemisphere appears to be an independent sequence of dark cores. A telescope tuned to the red glow of solar hydrogen, however, reveals something different. The sunspots are connected by sinuous filaments of magnetism.

Source and author: spaceweather *  Sheilaaliens * Skyywatcher88

2 responses to “Solar Storm / Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights – Nov 28 – 29, 2011

  1. So what does it meanWill there be more flares and stronger soon.

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  2. The GEMA Gestapo is at it again. GEMA has killed contemporary classical music here in Germany. Because of greed in the name of a lot of dead composers (no offence to them, they had no idea). Too bad, I would have liked ot see the video and hear the music — and maybe even buy a CD if I know what it was….

    By the way, check out the Coast to Coast interview about sun spots and climate with LInda Moulten Howe on the UFO Blogger site. One scientist said that sun spot activity is heading for a cyclical low — which means cooler weather. Guess we won’t need the Chem trails after all …

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