Solar activity is developing, geomagnetic storm observed in both hemispheres

The flow of solar wind hit Earth's magnetic field on May 28, Class G2, observed bright auroras in the polar latitudes. "In Alberta, east of Edmonton, he watched as the rain auroras," says photographer Zoltan Kenwell. "The blue, purple and green were everywhere." Both ends of the earth were visible radiance. People saw auroras in Tasmania, New Zealand, Antarctica, Wisconsin and Minnesota. The solar wind is still blowing hard and May 30, NOAA forecasters estimate the probability of 35% of geomagnetic activity in the next 24 hours. Sunspots come across the disk of the sun. NOAA analysts estimate a 40% chance of M-class solar flares during the next 24 hours. —Space Weather



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