Tag Archives: aurora

All Alone in the Night

A reader alerted me to this video, which is way too cool.   Time-lapse video taken from the International Space Station when on the night-side of our little blue marble. [wp_youtube]FG0fTKAqZ5g[/wp_youtube]

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Aurora Borealis Watch: 24 Jan 1400 UT: Solar storm to hit earth

From SpaceWeather: Space Weather News for Jan. 23, 2012 http://spaceweather.com INCOMING CME: Big sunspot 1402 erupted on Jan. 23rd, producing a strong M9-class solar flare and a fast-moving coronal mass ejection (CME). Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab say … Continue reading

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Aurora watch this weekend

From SpaceWeather: EARTH-DIRECTED FLARE: Active sunspot 1401 erupted today, Jan. 19th, for more than an hour around 16:00 UT. The long-duration blast produced an M3-class solar flare and a CME that appears to be heading toward Earth. Forecasters say strong … Continue reading

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We do not know the day or the hour.

We do not know the day or the hour. I had seen this video before, but Patrick Madrid posted it on his page. It reminds me of in our Latin Church we sometimes pray about living amidst the vicissitudes of … Continue reading

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