Category Archives: Aurorae

Monthly Meeting, Friday 12th December 2014

The December 2014 monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society for session 2014-15 will take place on Friday, December 12th 2014 from 7pm. This month will see a series of presentations from our very own members, and will be interrupted half way for Free tea/coffee with Christmas light refreshments break. The proposed agenda is below – the […] Continue Reading »

Possibility of aurora tonight, Sunday 17th March 2013

Following a large Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) impact earlier today, there is a possibility of aurora tonight. At the time of writing the KP index is measuring 6. The higher the number, the more likely we are to see an aurora. KP=6 means there’s a possibility. If it gets to 7 above the likelyhood increases […] Continue Reading »

Geomagnetic Storm in progress – Possible Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)

6th August 2011 02:40 BST (01:40 GMT) A Geomagnetic Storm is currently in progress, following several Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) from the Sun over the last few days. The KP index at the time of this post is between 7 and 8, which means there is a very high chance of seeing the aurora from […] Continue Reading »