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Heh..... you are 2 days late Im afraid. :D

The first wave already hit yesterday afternoon and people (mostly canada) were able to see the Aurea Borealis last night.

A second wave is expected to hit earth either today or tomorrow, but of a lesser magnitude. So reducing the chance to see the Northern Lights here in Northern Europe even more.

As the impact circle area is hanging above Northern Canada atm. Lucky [removed word] over there. :)

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I have been sitting in front of the window the last 2 nights till about 1AM CET here in Oslo and gave up both nights.

With a fulltime job requiring me to get up at 6:30 in the morning. Sitting up all night (with just a 35 to 45% chance to see the Aurora) is just not an option for me. :)

If you didnt see the aurora from Oslo, i dont think any of us stood any chance.

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If you didnt see the aurora from Oslo, i dont think any of us stood any chance.

Well some lucky people have seen it last Tuesday night (night before) here in Oslo and took pictures of it.

But that was at a time when I was already sleeping (after 1AM CET). :)

The Norwegian guy that took pictures you see at Spaceweather.com. Is at 61 degrees. That is much much further up in the North of Norway.

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