If it happens – what tonight / tomorrow morning’s aurora will look like.

January 9, 2014 | By | 96 Comments
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(Posted 9 January 2014) With the CME (coronal mass ejection) expected to arrive around 6 pm AEST tonight +/-7 hours, I have been looking around for a decent photograph of the Aurora Australis.

I came across something even better and that is the above time lapse video of two seperate aurora taken from the Mornington Peninsula (near Melbourne, Victoria) in 2012. Enjoy.

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