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Major geomagnetic storm hits Earth, good chance to see the Aurora Borealis



If you look up tonight you may get a chance to see the Aurora Borealis. That is if sky conditions allow.


A major geomagnetic storm has hit Earth and there is a storm watch in effect.


These conditions are expected to continue over the next 24 hours in the Sub-Auroral zone.


Geomagnetic storms don't only offer a display of the Aurora Borealis, but there are safety implications as well.


Geomagnetically induced currents may cause misoperation of protective relays and transformer heating on power systems, there is a potential for severe disruptions of aeromagnetic surveys, and the potential for severe deviations with directional drilling.

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