posted on Apr, 11 2013 @ 06:12 AM
Originally posted by FlyersFan
SpaceWeather.com says it'll be a 'glancing blow' .... in other words, we won't get hit head on so it won't be a big deal. We may get lucky and
see some northern lights from it. I hope so. That's at the top of my 'bucket list'. I've never seen them and really want to ....
In 2006 the aurora was visible where I live, extremely rare, and it fulfilled my lifetimes ambition to see the phenomena.
I am not ashamed to say that it brought tears to my eyes. You won't be disappointed if you ever get to witness one of natures most beautiful
Spec-frikken-tacular, I hope you get to see it one day.
Originally posted by zedoapocalipse2012
reply to post by HumansEh
HAHAHAAHAH, it is hard to be a newbie, isn't it???
I just posted an initial new, and I did not realize that I would be presented as a CME!
Well, it is better than nothing, I guess...
Thanx for the welcome and the advice...
No worries friend, if you are interested in solar phenomena you have come to the right place.
There are many very very knowledgable people here on ATS who are very generous with their time and experience - enjoy.