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No more speculation, It's now official, with The Northern Lights being seen all over the UK and even in Florida, we are witnessing the ongoing effects of being in the midst of a record-breaking solar storm

QUOTE FROM YESTERDAY EVENING: "...I hardly dare to write this but if these conditions persist or perhaps even intensify as more coronal mass ejections pass our planet we might even see extreme G5 geomagnetic storm conditions which would be the first time this occurs since 2005. Go out, find a dark place and watch the skies. These kinds of storms do not come around too often. This is your chance and why you have been following us for all these years.

Good luck everyone...." source

The Northern Lights were seen in Florida last night.

UPDATE: "...For the first time since the Halloween Solar Storms of 2003 we have now officially reached the Extreme G5 geomagnetic storm threshold at 22:54 UTC.

With an observed Dst at -348 this is now one of the all-time strongest geomagnetic storms of the modern era only rivaled by the Halloween Solar Storms of 2003 and the 1989 storm that knocked out power grids in Quebec...."

THE STORM IS NOT OVER: A CME hit Earth's magnetic field on May 10th, sparking the biggest geomagnetic storm in almost 20 years--an extreme (category G5) event. It is subsiding now (currently category G3), but it is not over. More CMEs are expected to hit Earth's magnetic field during the next 24-48 hours, and they could push the storm back to severe or even extreme levels. Stay tuned for updates! 

AURORAS IN FLORIDA! Many people around the world have just seen auroras for the first time in their lives. This includes residents of the Florida Keys. Ron Jarrell sends this photo from Big Pine Key at latitude 24.7° N:

THE STRONGEST X-FLARE YET: Giant sunspot AR3664 unleashed another X-flare today (May 11th @ 0139 UT)--its strongest yet. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a bright ultravolet flash from the category X5.8 explosion

.Radiation from the flare caused a deep shortwave radio blackout over the Pacific Ocean. Ham radio operators and mariners may have noticed loss of signal at frequencies below 30 MHz for as much as an hour after the flare's peak.

We don't yet know if this flare hurled a CME into space. If it did, it could have a grazing Earth-directed component. Confirmation awaits fresh data from SOHO coronagraphs

This comment is under one of the above articles.

"...What can I do to shield my dog who has epilepsy from seizing during this events . Every time there is a solar mass ejection M class or X class he has a seizure . Is there anything I can do to protect him from the effects of these events ? He had 2 seizures at 9:05 am this morning one right after the other I believe following yesterday's M class and X class flare..."

Even the BBC has now had to acknowledge the events

QUOTE BBC: "...The Northern Lights have made a rare appearance across the UK, delighting skywatchers up and down the country.

Excited onlookers shared pictures of the lights, also known as aurora borealis, visible right across the country, including the south coast of England.

They could be seen after one of the strongest geomagnetic storms for years hit Earth, with the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issuing a rare solar storm warning.

Such storms increase people's chances of seeing the lights.

Storms of this scale could potentially impact infrastructure, including satellites and the power grid, the NOAA warned.

BBC Weather said clear skies - like those on Friday evening - made sightings possible from almost everywhere in the UK...."


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