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Total solar eclipse on March 20 equinox

Reprinted from Space Weather News http://spaceweather.com ARCTIC ECLIPSE: On March 20, the first day of northern spring, Arctic sky watchers could witness something rare and wonderful:  Northern Lights during a total eclipse of the sun.  Earth’s magnetic field is reverberating from a CME strike on March 17 that sparked the strongest geomagnetic storm of the …

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Solar eclipse Thursday

Reprinted from Space Weather  http://spaceweather.com Solar activity is surging on the eve of Thursday’s solar eclipse. Giant sunspot AR2192 is crackling with M- and X-class solar flares as the Moon approaches the sun for a partial eclipse that will be visible across almost all of North America on Oct. 23rd.  The eclipse will be particularly …

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