Yes, profdant...you can them doing that very thing. It's kinda like a tide, sometimes..a wave that moves in and then out...but not so predictable. It can be quite eerie And if you are far enough North, there is sound, too. And many, many colours. It can be dramatic, indeed. Sue T, a frequent contributor, will tell you all about them. She lives way north, indeedy. In a log cabin, yet.
That is by far my favourite Aurora video! I just love the music as well, very haunting.
After a quiet spell lasting a few weeks, the Sun is waking up again & right now there is a very active storm happening, but of course we can't see it. There is a HUGE sunspot that has just come into view on the Sun that could be seen without a telescope, if you have the right equipment, filters etc. This is what the website says about it,
"SOLAR ACTIVITY INTENSIFIES: Huge sunspot AR1476 is crackling with M-class solar flares and appears to be on the verge of producing something even stronger. The sunspot's 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field harbors energy for X-class flares, the most powerful kind. Earth is entering the line of fire as the sunspot rotates across the face of the sun. "
This is the website that I got this info from, and it also has a picture of the sunspot.
As far as the Aurora making a noise, I am as certain of this as I am of there being a monster in the cold dark depths of Loch Ness!
I don't believe in astrology. I am a Gemini and
we're very skeptical.
You ought to see them through an airplane window at 35,000 feet. Spectacular!!
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