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* Aurora alertKate B
`* Re: Aurora alertMike McMillan
 `* Re: Aurora alertJ. P. Gilliver
  `* Re: Aurora alerttonysmith
   `* Re: Aurora alertRosie Mitchell
    `* Re: Aurora alerttonysmith
     `- Re: Aurora alertTonysmith

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Aurora alert

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From: elv...@nospam.demon.co.uk (Kate B)
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Subject: Aurora alert
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2024 17:04:16 +0000
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 by: Kate B - Sun, 24 Mar 2024 17:04 UTC

There is currently an aurora alert - red status! Too light now, of
course, but it looks as if it may persist into darkness, so look north
after sunset. If you can't see anything at first, try taking a photo (on
night mode, if possible) on your phone, which picks it up more easily
than mere eyes - but once you know where to look you can often then see
the ribbons and streaks for yourself.

--
Kate B

Re: Aurora alert

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Subject: Re: Aurora alert
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2024 17:30:13 -0000 (UTC)
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 by: Mike McMillan - Sun, 24 Mar 2024 17:30 UTC

Kate B <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> There is currently an aurora alert - red status! Too light now, of
> course, but it looks as if it may persist into darkness, so look north
> after sunset. If you can't see anything at first, try taking a photo (on
> night mode, if possible) on your phone, which picks it up more easily
> than mere eyes - but once you know where to look you can often then see
> the ribbons and streaks for yourself.
>

Whenever there is mention of an astronomical event that is ‘visible to the
naked eye’, it seems to me that Earley is shrouded in clouds….

--
Toodle Pip, Mike McMillan

Re: Aurora alert

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From: G6J...@255soft.uk (J. P. Gilliver)
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 by: J. P. Gilliver - Sun, 24 Mar 2024 19:38 UTC

In message <utpnv5$g5li$1@dont-email.me> at Sun, 24 Mar 2024 17:30:13,
Mike McMillan <toodle.pip1@virginmedia.com> writes
>Kate B <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> There is currently an aurora alert - red status! Too light now, of

(Reading this at 19:3x.)

>> course, but it looks as if it may persist into darkness, so look north
>> after sunset. If you can't see anything at first, try taking a photo (on
>> night mode, if possible) on your phone, which picks it up more easily
>> than mere eyes - but once you know where to look you can often then see
>> the ribbons and streaks for yourself.
>>
Thanks. I'm signed up to @aurorawatchuk on X, in the hope. Though
mid-Kent is being very hopeful.
>
>Whenever there is mention of an astronomical event that is ‘visible to the
>naked eye’, it seems to me that Earley is shrouded in clouds….
>
Same here usually - but tonight I can see moon and a star, so I think
it's clear. But no sign of lights - at least, I don't think so. There's
a small hill to the north of me, so I'm cut off from the absolute
horizon - I'm no good at angles, but I'd guess 5-10 degrees above the
horizon is my limit. Does that (and my location!) means I'll never see?
Since I never have, I don't really know what I'm looking for; I'm never
sure, for example, when they show them on TV, whether they're speeded
up, or whether you actually see them moving.
--
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as
they were. - Marcel Proust

Re: Aurora alert

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Subject: Re: Aurora alert
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 by: tonysmith - Sun, 24 Mar 2024 20:06 UTC

I can see the moon clearly, but not (of course) in the north. North is past the church tower.

Re: Aurora alert

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From: rcmitch...@golgonooza.co.uk (Rosie Mitchell)
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Subject: Re: Aurora alert
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 by: Rosie Mitchell - Sun, 24 Mar 2024 21:11 UTC

agsmith578688@gmail.com (tonysmith) writes:

> I can see the moon clearly, but not (of course) in the north. North is past the church tower.

So you're on the posh side of the churchyard?

Rosie

Re: Aurora alert

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Subject: Re: Aurora alert
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 by: tonysmith - Tue, 26 Mar 2024 15:03 UTC

Rosie Mitchell wrote:

> agsmith578688@gmail.com (tonysmith) writes:

>> I can see the moon clearly, but not (of course) in the north. North is past the church tower.

> So you're on the posh side of the churchyard?

> Rosie

It is a 20 minute walk to the church, but the view of the tower is so clear because the line of sight is acros playing fields and allotments.

One of my Grey Tuncles is buried there, on the south side, but most of the graveyard is on the south and north sides.

Re: Aurora alert

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 by: Tonysmith - Tue, 26 Mar 2024 15:10 UTC

tonysmith wrote:

> Rosie Mitchell wrote:

>> agsmith578688@gmail.com (tonysmith) writes:

>>> I can see the moon clearly, but not (of course) in the north. North is past the church tower.

>> So you're on the posh side of the churchyard?

>> Rosie

> It is a 20 minute walk to the church, but the view of the tower is so clear because the line of sight is acros playing fields and allotments.

> One of my Grey Tuncles is buried there, on the south side, but most of the graveyard is on the south and north sides.

South and east.


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