Around the Arctic Circle three nights observed bright auroras. Experts say that it was the most powerful radiance that they have ever seen. However, the northern lights were not limited only to the Arctic Circle.
This phenomenon was recorded in the south of the United States, Canada, several European countries. Most of this magnitude cause auroral emissions of solar coronal mass when billions of tons of plasma clouds from the sun reach the Earth’s magnetosphere. This time, geomagnetic storms and auroras were caused by CIR area of interaction between the fast and slow solar wind streams. Continue reading “Auroras illuminate the earth for three days in a row”