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Auroras Mixing with Twilight around the Arctic Circle

Space Weather News for Aug. 23, 2016

AURORAS VS. TWILIGHT: A G1-class geomagnetic storm on Aug. 23-34 has sparked late summer auroras around the Arctic Circle, mixing twilight-blue with aurora-green.  It's a palette of rare beauty, which you can only see at this time of year.  Visit Spaceweather.com for photos and updates about the ongoing storm.

A SPACE WEATHER BALLOON OVER THE ANDES: Over the past three days, SpaceWeather.com and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus have launched multiple space weather balloons from sites spanning 3 countries, two continents, and more than 10,000 miles.  It's a giant radiation experiment to measure how well Earth's atmosphere protects us from cosmic rays.  A highlight so far comes from Chile, where a balloon was launched near the South Atlantic Anomaly. Radiation measurements have not yet been reduced, but photography of the space weather payload soaring more than 120,000 feet over the Andes is spectacular.  Visit Spaceweather.com for pictures and more information about this experiment.

A space weather payload ascends over the Andes en route to measure cosmic rays in the stratosphere. Credit: Earth to Sky Calculus.
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JPL News - Day in Review


NASA Symposium: Futuristic Space Exploration Concepts
JPL explores five new ideas for space exploration, including robotic mirrors and an art-inspired automaton.
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Test for Damp Ground at Mars' Seasonal Streaks Finds None
Seasonal dark streaks on Mars that have become one of the hottest topics in interplanetary research don't hold much water, according to new findings from a NASA Mars orbiter.
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BREAKING NEWS: 3 people critically injured when taxi jumps SF sidewalk

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August 23, 2016 | Updated 4:31 PM PT
  3 people critically injured when taxi jumps SF sidewalk  
A taxi jumped a curb in San Francisco's bustling Financial District Tuesday afternoon and hit two pedestrians on the sidewalk, leaving them and the driver in critical condition, officials said.
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