MINOR GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH: NOAA forecasters say that minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are likely on March 26th as Earth passes through a stream of high-speed solar wind. (White 13 Cosmic Wind from Uranus is our antipode today. SYNCHRONICITY with timeweather)
The gaseous material is flowing from a large hole in the sun’s atmosphere. Arctic sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.
RED AURORAS OVER NEW MEXICO: During the severe geomagnetic storm of March 23-24, auroras spread into the United States as far south as New Mexico (+32.8N). Jack Dembicky recorded the red glow from the Apache Point Observatory in Sunspot, NM:
Did you miss it? Play the video again and look for the red fringe. Slow waves of scarlet rippled across the northern horizon for more than an hour during the apex of the storm.
Most auroras are green. (In the Tzolkin, the Green 52-day cycle is kin 209-260, harmonics 53-65, 14-day cycles 17-20. This series begins with I Ching Hx 21. I believe the 3D Hexagrams have a direct pulse on the light in the harmonics, but I haven’t studied it yet.
When auroras spread to low latitudes, the sightings are almost always red. There’s a simple reason for this. Ordinary green auroras come from oxygen atoms about 150 km above Earth’s surface. Red auroras are also caused by oxygen, but much higher, between 150 km and 500 km. From far-south places like New Mexico, low-hanging greens are eclipsed by the northern horizon, leaving the higher reds to dominate the display. (The red tribes are the initiators as time)