Thursday, June 13

We Could See More Northern Lights In Two Weeks

If you didn’t get the opportunity to view the Northern Lights recently, it looks like you might get another chance soon.

In two weeks, the sunspot cluster that sent energy towards the Earth will rotate back towards us once again. According to scientists, this will probably generate more solar explosions, leading to more Northern Lights.

All of this activity is thanks to the current solar cycle, which is close to reaching solar maximum.

When the last Northern Lights happened, it was given a G5 rating – which is the highest rating. The lights were visible all across the Earth, and we can probably expect it to happen again soon.