Double Magnetic Shockwave/Aurora
Taken by Rob Stammes on January 20, 2018 @ Polarlightcenter Lofoten Norway.
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Last night a double magnetic shockwave as a induced electric current in my ground current instruments.Normally very good visible after a CME,but rare with the activity of a coronal hole.Therefore also 2 times beautiful visible Northern lights.
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Thank you very much for this very interesting information on magnetic field of the aurora that you are always sharing, I find it fascinating :-)
Posted by noeleen22 2018-01-21 00:10:41
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