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AURORA ALERT

Aurora section director Ian Brantingham reports that a coronal hole

strike occurred from 0600 1st March and is now approaching its

maximum.

Be on the lookout for auroras as far south as southern England.

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coool,is there a best time,midnight or not matter? im at most southerly point of england,so if i see it then it would be covering whole of britain,

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It would have to be pretty bright to show through the low cloud we've got in the West Midlands

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Well, not a chance in havant.... Really bad transparentcy, almost cloudy untill directly over head :) good luck to everybody else.

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No sign of the auroral ring over the UK, it seem to be extended over Siberia. It was level 9 earlier in the evening but it was still pointing the wrong way.

There is a haze over us at the moment so I doubt there'd be much to see anyway :)

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No aurora up here ,KP index is currently showing as 3 :)

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Clear skies here in Blackpool - 53N... nothing... zip.. nadda :)

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I hope I can see it from hear I have not seen that yet, but allways wanted to.

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crystle here wasnt any when i got out i'll look again nw n post back which direction am i supposed to look.... north?

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I spent an hour setting up a first light imaging run of my first narrowband filter, I was busy struggling to focus on a star when I look up to see why I can't see it and wham - almost complete cloud cover.

It's that thin, nasty, misty stuff that's almost completely opaque. Grrrr :)

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No sign here (Mid/East Lothian border) Been out making the most of it all night.. nice pretty clear night tho.. bit of ground mist and cold.. told I have to thaw out before bed.. :)

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was all foggy and clouded here in norway also... :)

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I've had a 'vague' mention of a sighting in the pennines, although I have yet to recieve any firm report. Doesn't help me, being at 21 degrees North, the wrong side of the globe and clouded out....

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