FINALLY, I found scientists who is also willing to bring public attention to solar/earth events! The above is from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. And below, see: NORTHERN LIGHTS: http://www.spaceweather.com/ A fellow named Dr. Tony Phillips has a commentary on things celestial and puts up some truly breathtaking pictures. While I am the one who is insisting that there is a solar event/earthquake connection in my recent 'Tutorials', I am hopeful that some scientists somewhere who are 'specialists' will take up that job so I can just post their updates here! (Hello out there....Are there any seismologists and astrophysicists willing to stick their necks out and keep us laymen informed?) Pleeeeeeeeeeeease..............
Reverend Barbara Sexton : )http://www.dearoneshealingministry.blogspot.com/
Per Dr. Phillips: "A CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that was supposed to hit Earth's magnetic field on March 18th didn't. Either it missed, or the cloud is approaching so slowly that the ultimate impact could be negligible. No matter. Last night, the skies over Norway turned green anyway:
"It was a beautiful night for watching the auroras, especially with the crescent moon low on the horizon!" reports photographer Hanneke Luijting of Tromsø, Norway. "We took a thermos of hot chocolate and watched from the shelter of a (roofless) hut."
The source of the display was a run-of-the-mill undulation in the solar wind. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for more lights in the nights ahead as the solar wind continues to blow."
This is GOOD news, isn't it? That aurora picture above is so beautiful. It looks 'fake', but it is real!