Aurora

Aurora do not have a specific season they are more prevalent, however, I have always had more luck seeing them in the spring.

With the sun becoming more active, now is the time to start watching. Unfortunately light pollution makes Northern Lights difficult to see. Lisa is very good at detecting auroras through the light pollution in the valley bottom. When she sees them we head into the mountains and hope they flare up.

Geomagnetic storms are predicted for the night of March 30th, morning of the 31st so keep your eyes peeled.

5 thoughts on “Aurora

    1. underswansea

      Clear as a bell here for the first time in a long time. May try to see the the planet grouping you pointed out on your post the other day. Just have to try and get my arse out of bed at 4 instead of 5.

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