Some of us, Earthly, can see dances, green lights in the sky on Saturday night. The center predicts that a strip from the northern part of the United States may experience a visible effect of this event: aurora or ominous dancing greenish light created when the solar particles interact with the Earth's atmosphere. a geomagnetic storm where the energized solar particles drive changes in the magnetosphere of the Earth – a spreading space of space around the Earth, where the planet's magnetic field changes and evolves in response to the sun.
It takes a few days for powerful sunbursts, known as coronary discharge (CMEs), to hit Earth and trigger a space storm.
The Center for forecasts of space, predicts that the USA-Maine plot of land in the US is the "most likely" degree of the sky lights, although the areas located south of Colorado can be treated in the Aurora
This greatest degree is expected to fall between the greens the yellow lines that are visible in the top chart of NOAA, or tweets below, are parts of Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine
for March 23, 2019 UTC-day due to the expected arrival of CME. CME is associated with an eruption of C4 on March 20, 2019 at 1118 UTC (0718 EDT). Continue to watch our SWPC web page for additional updates. pic.twitter. quite bright over the majority of Alaska, where the epicenter of glow will be on an impressive ring-top display on the planet. To see the lights, it is best to look at the darkest night sky, away from light pollution and, if possible, before the moon rises.
A Happy View of the Heavenly Space.