Some potential for power and communication problems.http://video.msnbc.msn.com/nightly-news/46660616/#46660616
That's amazing! YOU"RE the one who watches MSNBC. I was wondering who that might be.
I would love to see some Aurora again. Alas, it is the full moon of March here. Quote from: punatic on March 07, 2012, 09:32:04 PMThat's amazing! YOU"RE the one who watches MSNBC. I was wondering who that might be. Huh, I thought you were the space guy. Being all fair and balanced, you knew all about it: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/lifestyle/2012/03/07/solar-storm-could-disrupt-power-on-earth/I will be up early, perhaps I can get some views in. Thanks for the heads up.
Usually I find out about space weather HERE
Apparently, the full moon may not matter.Check out this video taken last night, Lake Superior : http://vimeo.com/38094084Quote from: punatic on March 07, 2012, 09:59:00 PMUsually I find out about space weather HERE
You might enjoy THIS.
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR!!!! The sun is exploding!!!!!! Run for your life!
Quote from: morticaixavier on March 07, 2012, 09:40:03 PMFEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR!!!! The sun is exploding!!!!!! Run for your life!"I thought if the world were going to end we were meant to lie down, or put a paper bag over our head or something........That's what they told us in the army."
Pining for the fjords, are we?