Space weather is an interesting subject, here are a few articles about what is happening right now!
Quoting 5BMom:We have a solar scope... We got good viewing this morning but now the clouds are rolling in.
Cool, I would love one of them myself!
My kids love space stuff!
Quoting Boobah:I think we need to start studying the solar system ;)
I know right!
yea this stuff is great!! we are always studying the sky!!!
Space Weather News for Jan. 24, 2012
CME IMPACT: As predicted by analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab, a CME hit Earth's magnetic field on Jan. 24 at ~1500 UT (10 am EST). A geomagnetic storm is brewing in the aftermath of the impact, but as this alert is being written it is too soon to say how weak or strong the storm might be. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras after local nightfall; the hours around local midnight are often best for seeing the Northern Lights. Chances for a good display favor observers in northern Europe, Greenland, Iceland, Canada, Alaska, and possibly northern tier US states such as Maine, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Check http://spaceweather.com for updates.
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