Magnetic Hurricane. Aurora Far South.
Taken by Rob Stammes on September 8, 2015 @ Polarlightcenter Lofoten Norway.
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The strongest magnetic storm in many years.Magnetometer declination signals 6 degrees and high level currents in my ground current instruments.Out of screen signals on my data computer.
Visible Auroras far south in northern Europe.
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Any correlation between magnetic current maxims and seismic activity?
Posted by one8thpi4u 2015-09-08 22:56:53
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