Solar Storm Forecast – May 23, 2019 at 07:30PM

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3ric Johanson:

Our Sun dims down a bit this week as the two active regions, 2740 and 2741 rotate out of earth-view. These regions are staying active and have even fired a few solar storms on the Sun’s backside. Unfortunately, this means we are back to a spotless Sun, which means poor radio propagation on Earth’s dayside. These conditions will likely continue over the next week or more before things improve again. As for aurora possibilities, we do have a few small pockets of fast solar wind that will hit over the next few days that could bring unsettled and up to possibly storm conditions at “High-Latitudes”. However, aurora views are expected to be elusive, with only a small chance of views at “Mid-Latitudes”. Learn the details of the coming fast solar wind, catch up on aurora pics from last week’s G1=Kp 5=Kp 5 and G3=Kp 7=Kp 7 storms, and see what else our Sun has in store!

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For a more in-depth look at the data and images in this video see the links in my previous videos. I need to save room for links to the aurora field reporter photos highlighted this week:

Aurora Field Reporter Photography:
Lone Athanasakis, Denmark:
Nick, Pulpit Hill, Scotland:
James Rowley-Hill, Norfolk, UK:
Funny Face Audrey, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada:
Ray Majoran, ParkHill, Ontario, Canada:
Team Tanner, Alix, Alberta, Canada:
Notanee Bourassa, west of Penzance, Saskatchewan, Canada:
Verna Mogk, Eastern Manitoba, Canada:
David McColm, Whistler, Alberta, Canada:
Jake Stehli, Central Wisconsin, USA:
Derick Wilson, Nucla, Colorado, USA:
Kevin Palmer, Sheridan, Wyoming, USA:
Zachary Hargrove, Bismark, North Dakota, USA:
Jeff Bryant, Central Oregon, USA:
Stu Tooley, Lake Wanaka, New Zealand:
Les Ladbrook Invercargill, New Zealand:
Shanan Kapene, Foveaux strait, New Zealand:
Sussan Says, Hobart, Tasmania:


Credit: TamithaSkov

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