The geomagnetic storm that pushed the aurora borealis farther south than it's usually seen is likely to happen more often as ...
A very rare geomagnetic storm watch was issued by the NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center for a barrage of coronal mass ...
Not just a northern effect, reports from South Africa were seen at www.spaceweather.com as well. They are also saying it isn't over yet, tonight may be good viewing as well, and tapering off after ...
The geomagnetic storm that began on May 10, 2024, generated stunning aurora borealis — but its effects could have been more ...
A giant sunspot cluster rivaling the one that caused the Carrington Event in 1859 could trigger a cannibal coronal mass ejection. But this is unlikely to cause major problems A sunspot cluster ...
When thinking of a phenomena that you see on earth you may think of a rainbow, or perhaps something weather-related like a tornado or lightning, but I believe that there is nothing that embodies ...
The geomagnetic storm could be visible again on Sunday, Mother's Day 2024, but a storm and overcast is also expected later ...
The aurora borealis, known popularly as the northern lights, is captured from the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. The ...
Looks like we're entering a period of peak activity in the sun cycle, whether anything major comes of it is of course down to chance but might get a first little taste now and going into tonight.
Friday’s Northern Lights may be visible again tonight in Colorado and rain is expected throughout the week in the Denver Metro area, according to the National Weather Service. The Northern Lights may ...