Aurora Surprise
Taken by Rob Stammes on September 23, 2013 @ Polarlightcenter,Lofoten,Norway.
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It looks like a shock wave from a coronal mass ejection but it was not.Early on the evening of september 23,suddenly strong magnetic and induced earth current variations on my instruments.There was no special signal at the ACE satellite.At the same time,but for only 10 minutes,strong auroras outside our center.Northern light as a surprise for our quests.A few hours later very nice northern light from a coronal hole effect.Look at news on polarlightcenter.com
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