Red Sky at Night....

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Red Sky at Night....

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A beautiful sunset this evening. The forecast for tomorrow isn't great though. :roll: :roll:
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Beautiful Sunset


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Red sky at night, Shepherd's delight :hamster:

This is phenomenal Stuart :hamster: :hamster: :hamster:

Everyone at work was saying they heard on the news people in London saw the aurora last night again. I looked at Lancaster and it was green all night, maybe folks are getting too keen and saw a red sunset instead? Did you get anything on the magnetometer?

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Montana wrote: Fri May 17, 2024 10:27 am Red sky at night, Shepherd's delight :hamster:

This is phenomenal Stuart :hamster: :hamster: :hamster:

Everyone at work was saying they heard on the news people in London saw the aurora last night again. I looked at Lancaster and it was green all night, maybe folks are getting too keen and saw a red sunset instead? Did you get anything on the magnetometer?

Alexandra
Hi Alexandra,

There was a G2 storm yesterday, but it was short lived and started and ended during daylight hours here in the UK.

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