Northern Lights, magnetic storm possible from 3 sun eruptions pointed at Earth
By Mark Torregrossa | firstname.lastname@example.org
Three energy eruptions on the sun occurred yesterday. When the energy from these eruptions hits Earth, we may have northern lights visible across the northern third of the U.S.
Spaceweather.com is reporting that NOAA says two or possibly three separate eruptions occurred. NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center says the first mass of energy will hit Earth’s atmosphere in the late evening on March 30 or early in the morning on March 31.
These eruptions on the sun are called Coronal Mass Ejections, or CMEs for short. The first CME occurred when the eruption was faced directly toward Earth. This makes NOAA’s Space Weather forecasters think the energy will create northern lights on at least the night of March 30-31. The second and third CMEs could enhance the strength of the northern lights as energy increases from all three CMEs hitting Earth’s atmosphere. (https://www.mlive.com/weather/2022/03/northern-lights-magnetic-storm-possible-from-3-sun-eruptions-pointed-at-earth.html)
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