St. Patrick’s Day Skies Turn Green



Image Credit & Copyright: Mia Stalnacke.

On Tuesday, March 17, 2015 as St. Patrick’s Day was entering into darkness the universe took it upon itself to kick off the night time festivities with the largest geomagnetic storm of Solar Cycle 24. The ensuing G4 class storm (G5 is the maximum) drove the now famous light show as far south as New Jersey and Kansas and stayed with us for 9 hours. For reference, a G4 class storm correlates to a KP index of 8 (KP8). Here’s my Aurora Guide with more information on the subject: This brilliantly colored image was captured in Sweden by the incredible photographer Mia Stalnacke whose work I’ve been a fan of for a long time.

Reports came in from around the world exclaiming brilliant multicolor curtains of charged particles from the Sun. From green, yellow, purple, blue and red, the images of this…

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