NOAA Predicts a Chance for Aurora Display This Weekend
The Aurora Borealis might be visible in Montana July 13 and July 14, according to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The Sun has released what is called a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME), which is expected to hit our planet's magnetic field this weekend...
Sun Releases a Flare on the Solstice
At about 3 in the morning on the Summer Solstice (most amount of daylight hours of the year on Earth), the Sun popped off a little fireworks.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory caught a video of this M2 Class flare in the extreme ultraviolet (that's why the Sun doesn't look like our red…
Solar Activity Has Potential to Bring Northern Lights to Valley
The Sun has been active the past few days, and if you were lucky (like Mike Daniels), you saw some Northern Lights early last week. More aurora over the Bitterroot Valley may be coming our way in the coming days or weeks.
This week, the flare in the photo (on the left side) sent some protons on a gla…

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