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Dr. Tamitha Skov
Space Weather Physicist. Forecasting aurora, GPS, HF radio & radiation issues during solar storms. Seen on TV: , , , &
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Dr. Tamitha Skov 20h
Is that the handle of the Big Dipper? Or Orion's belt plus one? It has to be something like that because these bright things just can't be sunspots. They just can't. I thought those weren't supposed to occur anymore. This can't be our Sun. Anyone know whose Sun this is?
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Mr. Notanee Bourassa (SSM x 2) Aug 2
Northern Lights sighted 30 km south of Dafoe Saskatchewan at 10:30 p.m. CST on August 2nd 2020
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Deb Maluk Aug 2
A bright moment in Sandy Lake 😊
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Donna Aug 2
Tonight’s is washed out by the full moon, but brightens up from time to time.
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Northern Escape Photography Aug 3
Summer Nights as the Full Moon rises, the took off! What an amazing display tonight Aug 2/20
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Jeff Adams Aug 3
Decided to go for a countryside drive northeast of Red Deer this morning hoping for a aurora ripper, and try as much as they could, the full moon in the sky was too much. Instead I got caught some rising noctilucent clouds mixed in with them around 4:00AM.
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Dar Tanner 23h
Just after 4am this morning I was lucky enough to see The Aurora, Noctilucent clouds AND a meteor east of Alix!
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Halo CME Aug 2
This guy has been promoted to AR 12769. Is he doing well? Not really. See the weak spots that may disappear anytime. I look forward to a surprise, though.
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Rhiannon Jul 30
This reminds me of our discussion about The Martian in 's class and the dangers of solar radiation that weren't brought up in the film. Whacha think, , , , ?
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Jo Lukinchuk 🇨🇦 Jul 30
I had a happy mistake tonight. I had set out for the Milky way but the moon was too bright. On my way home though, I seen Aurora was dancing so I stopped for a few pics. This meteor/shooting star showed up in one of the frames! July 29/30
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Jul 30
Ready to return to ? See how intense the weather can get on the Red Planet, which took the life of Opportunity Rover, & how the Martian weather is today. Also see the new in Earth-view that are making operators & users smile:
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Deb Maluk Jul 28
This is quite a lovely show for KP 1🤔
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Mr. Notanee Bourassa (SSM x 2) Jul 25
I just woke up from pulling an all-nighter at Quill Lakes. Will start to process photos now. Here is one at 2:32am CST 25JUL2020
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Isaac Polanski Jul 28
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Gunjan Sinha PhD Jul 27
While experimenting with just the core last night west of , I couldn't possibly ignore dimming and geomagnetic visitor. Hard to stay in during warm clear nights like these.
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Alex Spahn Jul 27
Comet viewed at 85 mm. This image is the culmination of many hours invested, miles driven, and money spent. Can't complain for my first astrophotography target. I am beyond grateful for the view and the knowledge acquired along the way. Thank you, Neowise. See ya around.
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LiveAuroraNetwork Jul 23
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David Piano Jul 23
So NEOWISE plus the aurora is happening right now from Parry Sound, Ontario.
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Alex Spahn Jul 25
Holding comet while a meteor streaks overhead.
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ABprofoto Jul 25
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