A geomagnetic storm caused the Aurora Borealis in Canada

The high-speed stream of solar wind hit the Earth’s magnetic field on July 28 and is still blowing around our planet.

In Manitoba, Canada, geomagnetic disturbance has made the landscape green. The Aurora covered most part of the sky photographer Jim Bishop was happy to be able to capture the phenomenon.

The Earth’s magnetic field remains active and illuminated today, July 29. Forecasters estimate 35 % chance of a G1-class geomagnetic storms around both poles of our planet as the solar wind continues to blow.