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A change in the weather

Within the last week we were expecting a moderately strong geomagnetic storm to arrive at Earth from the sun, with the possibility of viewing the Aurora Borealis if the skies were clear enough, and if the “light pollution” was not very intense. While the Aurora Borealis may have happened, it was not easy to see because of the cloudy skies. Oh well, we’ll probably get another chance. “Sunspots” with their “CME”s, “Coronal Mass Ejections” continue to come from the sun’s surface, and blast towards earth.

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