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Dr. Tamitha Skov
The Space Weather Woman. Forecasting aurora, GPS, HF radio & radiation issues during solar storms. As seen on TV: , , &
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Halo CME Sep 19
The filament eruption reported by resulted in a narrow CME. Based on its location near central meridian, we may feel its impact on September 23rd or 24th.
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 7
This substorm did NOT disappoint an hour ago over the aurora borealis observatory on Senja island, Norway 😍 The season is finally on!!
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 18
HEADS UP arch due north - low activity as of now but can rapidly increase here at high latitudes. Senja island Norway just now
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 17
Very nice to finally be able to film some northern lights in real time 😍🇳🇴💚 small but nice show last night over island in Norway last night
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David Blanchflower BSc Sep 17
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 16
HEADS UP now from Senja island Norway. Check your skies if clear! 💚🇳🇴
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 15
Help Wanted: Any field reporters in want to help one of our UK community photographers? Reply to directly!
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Carolyn Hailstones Sep 12
Aurora ripples pink and green last night, fast moving but brief ⁦
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Derick Wilson Sep 12
September started off with one of the most beautiful and colorful nights I've been able to capture. Vivid was so bright it out shined faint Kp5 subvisual over western Colorado in the early hours of 9/1
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Brent Mckean Sep 8
Aurora was Pretty bright at 4 A.M today. Manitoba, Canada
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 13
This is from the bright region seen by the STEREO spacecraft. The region launched a before diving back under the Sun's surface. I talk about this in my latest forecast video out today. The storm is not directed towards us though so no Earth impacts. Thx for reporting!
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 13
Ayes, this one should not be that big a deal. Maybe a decent show at high latitudes but that's about it. No one should be forecasting this coming coronal hole as a source for a big .
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 13
Xxx! Such an amazing endorsement. You honor me with these kind words. Hope you enjoyed the latest forecast!
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 13
HEADS UP in the north visible from Senja island Norway now between rain showers. Check your skies if clear, you might get some Beamage
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 13
The new forecast video is up! Learn how big the effect was from the G2 level last week, catch up on pics from the storm, & see why reception is top notch while & radio suffers this week!
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Mark Tarello Sep 9
PASS IT ON: Full Moon Friday night! During the month of September, this Moon is known as the Harvest Moon. Photo courtesy of Doug DeDecker.
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Adrien Mauduit Sep 9
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Sep 6
The new forecast is up! See how the recent affected the Watch Nets during , including field reports from radio operators, what meteorologists could do to help, & learn what our Sun has in store!
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David McColm Sep 5
What an unexpected & wonderful surprise it was to see this 'picket fence' aurora last night while camping in the Coast Mountains of BC!
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Deb Maluk Sep 6
In Sandy Lake from 12:20 to 1:15 on Sept. 6/19.....the arc hovered over the entire aurora band on the horizon...changed in color and intensity.....picket fence lasted about 10 minutes...and after the arc was done, there was a bit of fencing left behind😉
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