The geomagnetic storm caused the Aurora in New Zealand

Fast moving with a velocity of 650 km/s) stream of solar wind presses on Earth’s magnetic field, and pressure causes the polar heavenly glow with auroras. Known as Taichi Nakamura saw radiant colors 10 August, looking South from the beach in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Solar wind flowing from a large coronal hole in the Northern hemisphere of the Sun. This solar event is likely to continue in the course of the day, so that in the high latitudes of the observers of the sky will see new lights. NOAA forecasters estimate a 30 % chance of a G1-class geomagnetic storms today.

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