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posted on Oct, 23 2003 @ 03:00 AM
Looks like alot going on in the last couple days up in space and espically with the sun

"A middle latitude auroral activity Watch has been issued for the 24 and
25 October period. A coronal mass ejection observed on 22 October has been
determined to be partially Earthward directed. The disturbance has the
potential to produce periods of moderately strong auroral activity over many
dark-sky middle latitude locations. The moon's near-new phase will also
enhance the ability to detect faint auroral emissions.

If the disturbance arrives as predicted, near the mid-UTC hours of 24
October, the best locations to observe activity will probably be extreme
southern Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Timing may be poor for North
America, unless the disturbance arrives later than predicted. For North
Americans, the best opportunity will probably occur during the evening hours
of 25 October. But a quick peek at the skies during the early morning hours
of 24 October wouldn't hurt either.

Please report sightings of activity to the Global Auroral Activity
Observation Network at:"

[Edited on 23-10-2003 by baked]

posted on Oct, 23 2003 @ 03:02 AM
according to some, something BIG is suppose to happen around those days, because of that very reason

posted on Oct, 23 2003 @ 05:09 AM
When there's a pole shift the sun particles are attracted but it the pole is over USA the aurora's will happen over usa.


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