TONIGHT at the Murie Building Auditorium, UAF West Ridge, 7pm “Midnight Sun, Land, Aurora” with Dr. Neal Brown, Professor Emeritus of Geophysics at UAF. This is a free event! For more info — firstname.lastname@example.org or 474-7021
Do you want to learn more about the aurora? Here is your chance! July 31, 7pm “Midnight Sun, Land, Aurora” with Dr. Neal Brown, Professor Emeritus of Geophysics at UAF.
Auroras predicted tonight in the upper contiguous USA, most of Canada, and southern areas of Alaska, where it gets dark at night. This is from an incoming CME expected to hit tonight. Look for auroras to the north and low on the horizon if not overhead. Kp 5 is possible.
It’s time for the Poker Flat Open House, July 18, 4pm. This event is well worth the drive. Enjoy a tour of the facilities, meet with the experts, and learn about the aurora and rocket research. The aurora webcams are not part of the tour, unfortunately. For more information, call 907-474-7558 or email email@example.com.
This summer has been great for auroras down in the contiguous USA and southern Canada. Every week, there has been a great show, weather permitting. Idaho isn’t known for auroras, but maybe you should consider traveling away from city lights when the forecast is good. Look to your north, and look low to the horizon….