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What effects will we actually see - what will be manifest for us on Earth - when a solar storm event impacts? For instance, heat, UV, or maybe phenomena in the sky, apart from just weather?
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Re: Are arriving solar storms visible in the atmosphere?
« Reply #1 on: 22/01/2014 05:06:58 »
I believe that solar storms can be viewed in the "winter" in polar climates as Northern Lights (or the southern equivalent) or the  Aurora Borealis. 
 

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Re: Are arriving solar storms visible in the atmosphere?
« Reply #2 on: 23/01/2014 01:25:57 »
I believe that solar storms can be viewed in the "winter" in polar climates as Northern Lights (or the southern equivalent) or the  Aurora Borealis. 
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