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SUNSPOTS AT SUNRISE

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Tuesday June 4, 2013

Yonkers, NY (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: SOLAR FLARE AND CME: (Updated: June 6, 2013) Southern sunspot AR1762 erupted on June 5th, producing a long-duration M1-class solar flare that peaked around 0900 UT. The explosion hurled a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) into space,

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2. Ralfo
1:59 PM GMT on June 08, 2013
NORTHERN LIGHTS IN THE USA: Last night, Earth passed through a region of south-pointing magnetism in the solar wind. This triggered a G2-class (Kp=6) geomagnetic storm. At its peak, the storm spawned Northern Lights as far south as the central USA.
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1. kristinarinell
2:11 AM GMT on June 07, 2013
nice...and thanks for the info!
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Ralfo

THIS IS A TRUE PHOTO LIKE ALL MY OTHER PHOTOS! I HAVE NO PHOTO SHOP. AND ONLY HAVE PICASA 3 FOR PROCESSING AND PICASA ALBUMS FOR SLIDESHOWS AND VIDEOS! PLUS FACEBOOK AND WUNDERGROUND PHOTO! FOR STILLS AND VIDEOS! PHOTOS OF NATURE AND THINGS THAT ARE WHAT THEY REALLY ARE! THIS PHOTO I CONSIDER MY LIFE TIME FAVORITE. AWARENESS, READYNESS AND TIMING IS EVERYTHING IN LIFE! RALFO.

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