This Space Weather News forecast sponsored in part by Millersville University:
Our Sun keeps the solar storms coming as this new solar cycle continues to ramp up.
We are averaging nearly one storm launch every day!
However, the Sun has had terrible aim recently, sending most of these solar storms to the East or West of Earth.
This week is an exception in that one of these storm launches seems to be Earth-directed. Along with several other glancing blows, we may see impacts at Earth as early as August 1st, with effects increasing by August 2. Aurora photographers should keep at the ready for aurora, possibly down to mid-latitudes while amateur radio operators and GPS users should be on the alert for minor issues through August 3rd.
Learn the details of the coming solar storms, how they might impact you, and see what else our Sun has in store this week.
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