Aurora Borealis set to be visible in upper half of United States
Sep12

Aurora Borealis set to be visible in upper half of United States

Tonight might be a good night to head out to a location with low light pollution in hopes of seeing the Aurora Borealis farther south than is normally visible.

About Grace Snoke

Grace Snoke is a corporate journalist who enjoys gaming, reading, writing and jewelry making. Outside of her day job, she writes for a number of sites including: Video Game Scoreboard.com, Obsolete Gamer, and for a couple of her own blogs: Social Media Marketing Tips and Hints and Kayhynn Turns the Page.

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Image of the day: late summer solar flare
Sep08

Image of the day: late summer solar flare

Even though we can’t see these spectacles with the naked eye, we can see them when technology manages to capture digital images of them. This image was captured Aug. 24, 2014 at 8:15 a.m. when the sun had a mid-level solar flare.

About Grace Snoke

Grace Snoke is a corporate journalist who enjoys gaming, reading, writing and jewelry making. Outside of her day job, she writes for a number of sites including: Video Game Scoreboard.com, Obsolete Gamer, and for a couple of her own blogs: Social Media Marketing Tips and Hints and Kayhynn Turns the Page.

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Image of the day: NASA spots solar flare
Jul09

Image of the day: NASA spots solar flare

Yesterday, the Sun emitted a mid-level solar flare and NASA was lucky enough to capture it from their Solar Dynamics Observatory.

About Robin Burks

Robin Burks is the author of Zeus, Inc. and The Curse of Hekate, as well as the owner of FanGirlConfessions.com. When she's not writing about geek culture, science or technology, she's usually watching Doctor Who or playing video games. She also occasionally speaks French, but not very well.

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