Earlier this week, there were two massive outbursts of the sun – and they could conjure up the northern lights in the skies as far as Germany.
On Monday, the Solar and Heliosphere Observatory (SOHO) of ESA and NASA spotted two flares from the sun that sent solar storms toward Earth. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a geomagnetic storm that could also cause the northern lights over northern Germany.
Electrically charged particles from the Sun are expected to affect Earth’s magnetic field on March 31 or April 1. They can then patronize the Northern Lights as far as central Europe.
There is a danger, for example on the power grid According to NOAA but not. For this to happen, a solar storm would have to be more violent than the one we’re currently observing.
If a solar storm is already generating the northern lights over Germany, luck with the weather should be able to keep an eye on it. It should have the best chance of cloud gaps According to the German weather service surrendered in northern Germany. You should also avoid the bright lights of cities, which may outpace the northern lights.
The sky wasn’t over Germany until mid-March Brightly litwhen solar particles hit the Earth’s magnetic field.
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