World News – US – How to see the breathtaking Northern Lights in the United States this week

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If you live in the right place, you don’t need any special equipment, although a camera can help

Northern Lights, also known as aurora, is a display of natural light in the sky, especially in high latitude regions, caused by the collision of solar wind and magnetospheric charged particles with the atmosphere high altitude

If you find yourself in the northern United States on Monday and Tuesday evenings, you may be able to see the Northern Lights, also known as the Northern Lights AccuWeather describes the Northern Lights as « vibrant curtains of colorful light that are sometimes visible in the night sky caused by solar wind in space « The colorful spectacle can be seen in Michigan, the Dakotas, Minnesota, northern New England and the Pacific Northwest, reports NOAA

If you miss the celestial view on Monday night, you might get a second chance on Tuesday night The Space Weather Prediction Center announced low-level geomagnetic storm observations through September 29

« The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, will be visible over Minnesota this week, » Weather Channel tweeted on its Pattrn account « This is the result of a geomagnetic storm caused by the new period of activity du Soleil The night sky – around midnight – near the Canadian border could light up like this until Wednesday « 

The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, will be visible over Minnesota this week This is the result of a geomagnetic storm caused by the new period of activity of the Sun The night sky – around midnight – near the Canadian border could light up like this until Wednesday picTwittercom / FKjt89baTE

The Seattle office of the National Weather Service said clear skies are expected there, which should make viewing easier

Aurora Borealis sighting possible early next week with geomagnetic storm conditions Clear skies are expected, apart from some fog in places, view permitting #WAwx More info: https: // tco / 8zBJmIfsob picTwittercom / VSt15Ch0jx

You don’t need special equipment to see the Northern Lights – astronomers can just step outside and look north Getting away from urban light pollution can help And AccuWeather meteorologist David Samuhel has stated that sometimes cameras could see what the naked eye couldn’t, so taking a long exposure photo for 15-30 seconds with a DSLR camera is advised

The storm is expected to start around 11 am ET, but the best luck comes after the moon sets, around 3:30 am, ABC7 Chicago reports

Some have already spotted the colorful phenomenon The National Weather Service’s Twitter account for Glasgow, Montana, in the isolated northeastern part of that state, reported on Monday that « the Northern Lights were visible from Glasgow last night and should be it again tonight Clouds will be around tonight making viewing conditions a bit more difficult, but there should be enough breaks to catch a show in the northern sky starting late tonight! « 

🌃Find your favorite nightlife tonight & keep your 👀 open for #N NorthernLights! These opportunities will increase in the years to come since we just started solar cycle 25 Follow @NWSSWPC for the latest #Aurora forecast Read more 👉https: // tco / 9gwtcYvLdw # MTwx #IDwx https: // tco / wCP1eaCZy1

And the lucky Norwegians also enjoyed the show « The Northern Lights have been dancing in Norway for 6 hours now because of a geomagnetic storm! » Astronomer Matt Robinson wrote in a tweet sent Sunday night, sharing a video of the dawn « Now we are spending the fun in the United States and Canada »

The Northern Lights have been dancing in Norway for 6 hours now due to a geomagnetic storm! Now we turn the fun to the US and Canada Here is a short video of what we saw tonight: -) @ weatherchannel @NWSSWPC @ericfisher picTwittercom / wamm2BzOy1

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