Three X class flares; two clear nights so far. Kp5 last night, but the magnetic field was north all night. Clouds on the northern horizon made seeing Comet C/2022 E3
Was expecting to get rained on all day, but it was clear, and 23 degrees up Opeongo. There was a possibility of seeing northern lights on the way home,
Currently sunspot region 3068 is the only one Earth facing, but check out that solar prominence.
Caught on the all sky camera at 21:27 local time AMS Fireball event 4352-2022
The General Assembly of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada is being held this weekend. Lots of great presentations, and the Helen Sawyer Hogg Lecture Nathalie Ouellette was amazing. Looking
The Sun today
Jupiter is often visible during the day, but without any reference, it’s difficult to find. Today it’s within the same field of view of the Moon in small binoculars, so
WOW! The Moon has an amazing P.R. Department! Tonight’s waning gibbous Moon, 99.1% illuminated.
A transequatorial coronal hole was detected in an earth-facing position on Monday, 13 June 2022. There may be auroral activity later in the week, but the Moon will be very
Not much going on up there today. There’s a prominence separating at the bottom.