what’s up in space
November 7, 2014, 5:09 am
Filed under: HAITI

  Would you like a call when things are happening in the night sky? Sign up for backyard astronomy alerts from voice  or text . SpaceweatherPhone CHANCE OF FLARES: Solar activity remains high as sunspot AR2205 crackles with strong M-class  solar flares. CMEs are flying away from the blast site, but so far all of them have missed Earth. This could change, however, as the sunspot turns toward our planet this weekend. NOAA forecasters estimate 55% chance of M-flares and a 25% chance of X-flares on Nov. 7th. Solar flare alerts: text , voice

FULL MOON AURORAS: Auroras are dancing around the Arctic Circle bright enough to see through the glare of the full Moon. The source of the display is a stream of solar wind that is pressing against Earth’s magnetic field. Anne Birgitte Fyhn sends this picture, taken last night at moonrise, from Tromsø, Norway:

the website has amazing pictures of northern lights, taken in tromso, Norway.


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ya…. eu o NOAA… agora… é sempre para ver se há algum tufão em vista….. hihihihi….. a conversa que pr’áí postaste, é, para mim, ciência nuclear…. hihihi….

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