NASA Satellite Captures First View of 'Night-Shining' Clouds

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    tomkibblefu, Jul 1, 2007
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    helmsman Guest

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    Space Weather News for June 15, 2007
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    As this message is being written at the end of the day on June 15th,
    an intense display of noctilucent (night-shining) clouds is underway
    over Europe. Electric blue "NLCs" have been sighted as far south as
    France. The display may become visible over North America when night
    falls there. Favored viewing sites: Canada, Alaska and northern-tier
    US states--the same places where auroras are often seen. If you are
    located in the zone of visibility, and if you receive this message in
    time, go outside after sunset and look west for electric-blue tendrils
    spreading upward from the horizon.


    Visit http://spaceweather.com for observing tips plus images and
    movies of tonight's display.


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    helmsman, Jul 1, 2007
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    Roby Guest

    helmsman wrote:

    (snip)
    Fluorscence resulting from increasingly-intense uhf radio emissions from
    Earth below. Radiation appears to be endless series of short bursts
    exchanged by pairs of point sources. Strong peak at 2.4gHz. Possibly
    communications among intelligent beings. Maybe not.
     
    Roby, Jul 1, 2007
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    Warren Oates Guest

    It's all those guys trying to piggy-back on my internet connection ...
     
    Warren Oates, Jul 1, 2007
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