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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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Oliver C Wright Oct 24
The Green Mile Last night I managed to photograph the aurora to the south west and it reflected in the Abisko river lighting up the canyon Fingers crossed for tonight...
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Mia Stålnacke Oct 24
Another real time video of the aurora. I shot this one in the little forest behind my house. :) I actually prefer leaving the original audio in instead of adding music, feels more like being there.
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Vincent Ledvina Oct 24
The danced in North Dakota last night at a KP 4. We had a nice substorm around 12am CDT that I captured on video. I sped up the video 6x normal speed to create this timelapse.
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Hind Abuelgasim 🇨🇦🇸🇩 Oct 24
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Dar Tanner Oct 24
What we saw last night!! Between 8:30-10:30pm as the bright moon started going down. After this it died.
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James Rowley-Hill Oct 24
Last night's from here in at 53degsN moon didn't help but had enough punch to shine through at several times during the night, thank god the season has finally begun again, even if it was a bit of a ground hugger 💃😍
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LiveAuroraNetwork Oct 24
What a night of Aurora in Iceland and Norway last night, with strong possibility’s for good Aurora for the next few days, with ongoing, the best way to see this magical phenomenon is on our app live for free, links below
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Oliver C Wright Oct 23
Phone shot of the back of the camera Fair to say the aurora has been a bit bonkers in abisko tonight :-)
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UW-Madison CIMSS Oct 24
Sharing two images from overnight acquired 50 minutes apart via Day/Night Band flying on the -NPP and satellites. Plus, a pic during the same time period from Canada HT . (Both side now 🎶)
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Dar Tanner Oct 23
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Vincent Ledvina Oct 23
shot of aurora seen from Grand Forks, ND at 10:56pm CST. Seeing green glow with occasional pillars, also noticing red patches to the East and West. Temp is 18F, skies clear.
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Deb Maluk Oct 24
Aurora observed in Sandy Lake MB from 2:30 to 4:00 a.m. on October 24th. Grabbing the last reflections before the lakes freeze😊
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Cogie's Aurora's Oct 24
Replying to @TamithaSkov
Your predictions where right So much happening and the main arc was well clear of the horizon at Rogart, Sutherland, Scotland. A very old village, where plenty left for America back in history.
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NLPLNO Oct 24
SonyA6000 23/10/2020 Laukvik, Lofoten, Norway. Well at first it was very difficult to see but after 22:55 it was really K4 level Aurora. ISO 3600 - 1250 shutter speed 3 - 5 sec.
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Dak-o-Lantern 🎃 Oct 24
Highlights of last night's aurora in Grand Forks, ND. 10/23 with . Amazing view for my first aurora!!
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Matt Robinson Oct 23
What a show from the aurora tonight! It's still going too!
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Jon Dunn Oct 23
There's currently a little bit of an aurora borealis over - and a break in the constant cloud cover of recent days in which to catch a glimpse of it.
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Kareen Oct 23
Beautiful aurora tonight in Shetland (60°N) - always good to be surprised like this after a day of rain and wind 😍
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Hank Vlietstra Oct 23
It’s been a fairly subdued display of at Wilkie Saskatchewan Canada tonight - I shot this timelapse between 1:30AM and 2:30AM, 1 frame every 15 seconds:
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