Wednesday, July 29, 2015


This week has seen some active sun activity which has provided some quite spectacular photos the aurora australis in Victoria, NSW and WA on Tuesday—but you'll need to be in Tasmania to have a fair chance of seeing it tonight.
 Today's coronal mass ejection (CME) hasn't generated the widespread aurora-viewing conditions we saw earlier in the week. Keep up to date with space weather conditions at

Photos of sun activity - taken from the bom site...
More sun activity...
This activity though has produced some spectacular sightings of the aurora australis from mainland Australia....
Just had to share these amazing photos...
Aurora Australis

Taken from from Bundanoon NSW
Lake Cairn, Curran, VIC
Copyright Grahame Kelaher. Taken from just south of Wagin, WA

Looking out to Port Philip Heads from Ocean Grove,

Aurora Australis - from Port Phillip Bay in Vic

Ararat, VIC. Copyright: Bec Potter

Girvan, NSW, facing towards Newcastle.
We do live in a remarkable work.  The heavens really do declare the glory of God....


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