Sunday, November 27, 2005


From Space Weather: A weak gust of solar wind hit Earth on Nov. 20th, too weak to spark a strong geomagnetic storm. But in some places a strong storm is not required to produce auroras. In Tromso, Norway, Bjorn Jorgensen took this picture of green lights dancing above the moonlit snow.

View Space Weather's archive to see more photos. These include sunspots and the ISS.

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