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Frequency of the aurora borealis was a record in the Arctic - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 December 2014 16:02

Frequency of the aurora borealis in the Arctic has increased to a record over the past 14 years, astronomers say. In the north of the Murmansk region similar phenomenon can already be seen five times a week. Scientists say that in this situation to blame the increased solar activity.

"Shine this year there are more than in the previous year, and it is natural, because now we have passed the maximum of solar activity, that is peaked frequency of solar flares," - said in comments the agency "Interfax" head of research projects Observatory "Ka- gift "(Moscow Region), Stanislav short. A similar situation astronomers observed in 2000, and an average of these peaks occur every 10-12 years.
Solar activity can affect the stability of the satellites and the work of power lines. Well-being weather-sensitive people may be at risk, experts say.

Note that see the northern lights in 2014 could, including residents of Moscow, St. Petersburg and Siberia - the strongest solar flare in mid-September issued a polar glow even in the regions where similar phenomena not previously recorded.


НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ПРОСМОТРА ВСЕГО СПИСКА НОВОСТЕЙ О НЕОБЫЧНЫХ ЯВЛЕНИЯХ>>>

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