A report of the NASA’s Space weather has revealed that a major geomagnetic storm produced by the sun is generating an aurora borealis that is visible across wide regions of Europe.
It further explained that the storm will last long enough to make the aurora, or northern lights, visible across parts of the U.S, while the solar flare could affect GPS equipment.
Observe the sky at all latitudes should be alert for auroras after nightfall. Tip of the best time for observations of auroras are usually around midnight, local time.
The reports of Northern Lights come in many European countries, including Germany, Denmark, Scotland and the Netherlands.
Dennis Mammana, Borrego Springs, a photographer from the sky, said. “I can not imagine that the storm remain strong until tonight, but we do not know what will happen, I loaded my camera, and some external force.Once it’s black”
Mammana, whose photos were distributed worldwide, said the areas most likely exposed to northern states in the northern half of the United States.
But it is also possible that you will see the magnificent view in the remote areas of Northern California. And there is a small chance that in some mountain areas and deserts of Southern California would be seen.
Mammana said the last time he saw the Aurora on 14 May 2005 Borrego Springs.