Aurora Radar System
Taken by Rob Stammes on November 11, 2017 @ Polarlightcenter Lofoten Norway.
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Last night strong Northern light activity on my instruments.A low negative magnetic signal on my east-west component mechanical magnetometer.Rapidly fluctuating north-south ground currents and strong VHF analog audio television signals from eastern Europe.A sign for visible Northern light also far south from the polar circle.
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Hi Rob, what is the relation between sunspots and polarlight? We miss the spots already 11 days and there is still Aurora borealis.
Regards also to Threes
Posted by Gulpenlight 2017-11-12 04:19:20
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