Last night in Fairbanks, Alaska, "the auroras came on like an explosion with hundreds of aftershocks," reports Sacha Layos, who watched the sky fill with waves of green: "The entire night of March 22nd was dynamic and delightful," says Layos. Solar wind speeds are currently topping 600 km/s as Earth moves deeper into the gaseous stream.
NOAA forecasters estimate a 60% chance of polar geomagnetic storms on March 23rd.
Free: Aurora Alerts This week, Venus is passing between Earth and the sun and, by doing so, turning its night side toward Earth.
At the moment, all we can see of Venus is an exquisitely slender crescent.
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Maximilian Teodorescu photographed the second planet's shape from Magurele, Romania: "Venus was lovely today at 200x thorough my 14 inch telescope," says Teodorescu.
"Despite the mostly poor seeing, the superb thin crescent of Venus was a truly fantastic sight." The Venus-sun distance will be least on March 25th (only 8.5 degrees)--a moment astronomers call "inferior solar conjunction." This is the most beautiful time to observe Venus, but also the most perilous.Each bunny comes with a greeting card showing the Easternaut in flight and telling the story of its journey to the stratosphere and back again.More far-out gifts may be found in the Earth to Sky store.The glare of the nearby sun magnified by a telescope can damage the eyes of anyone looking through the eyepiece. Cook of the Griffith Observatory has some advice for observers: "I have observed Venus at conjunction, but only from within the shadow of a building, or by adding a mask to the front end of the telescope to fully shadow the optics from direct sunlight.This is tricky with a refractor or a catadioptric, because the optics start at the front end of the tube.Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. 23, 2017, the network reported In this diagram of the inner solar system, all of the fireball orbits intersect at a single point--Earth.