Space Weather outlook: Mostly clear with a chance of Northern Lights!

April 22, 2013

Colorful

Colorful, photo by Xueqian-Vision Photography

Today’s Space Weather Forecast says that there’s chance for R1 – R2 (minor – moderate) solar radio blackouts are possible through 26 April due to solar Region 1726 which will rotate off the visible disk on or about 26 April.

Check this out on black and see more in Xueqian-Vision Photography’s Keweenaw Peninsular – Here We Are slideshow.

Much (much) more about the aurora borealis including how weather on the sun impacts the northern lights on Michigan in Pictures.

2 Responses to “Space Weather outlook: Mostly clear with a chance of Northern Lights!”

  1. Eric Says:

    Reblogged this on Bubba's Blog and commented:
    I was fortunate to see the Northern Lights once, many years ago. I relish the opportunity to see them again! (And, hopefully, photograph them!)


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