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    Re: Solar storms. was: New inovation in astro navigation?
    From: Douglas Denny
    Date: 2010 Aug 5, 12:29 -0700


    Thank you for the reminder by phone to look.

    Yes I looked. And no there was no AB. I looked at the astrophysics website which has a polar NOAA satellite looking down on the poles and shows the extent of the phenomenon and it came nowhere near even the North of Scotland. The aurora was lop-sided and extended further South into Canada than it did on the European side.

    Pity; I would have liked to see an aurora again. The last time I saw one (in the North of England at Barrow-in-Furness) I was about ten years old thereabouts in the late 1950's. It was spectacular with multi-varying colours.

    Douglas Denny.
    Chichester. England.

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