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  1. With NASA`s AIM spacecraft beginning to publish it`s Northern hemisphere images...although not likely to show for a couple of weeks now seems the right time to start this topic below are the latest predictions for the upcoming NLC season SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids WWW.SPACEWEATHER.COM NOCTILUCENT CLOUD FORECAST: Last summer, sky watchers in the northern hemisphere witnessed the finest outbreak of noctilucent clouds (NLCs) ever. Normally confined to polar regions, the ripplin
  2. And the season begins, a few sightings in UK already. @NLCalerts #NLC2019 @NLCnet New blog https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/9607-what-are-noctilucent-clouds-also-known-as-nlcs-or-polar-mesospheric-clouds-pmcs Noctilucent clouds are rapidly spreading around the Arctic Circle. First sighted by NASA's AIM spacecraft on May 20th, small wisps of electric blue have since multiplied in areal coverage by a factor of nearly 200. SpaceWeather UK 09/10 June 2019 UK 25th
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