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Hello. Hope the holidays are going well for all. I want to point out that there is a CME that is heading for Earth. It is not predicted to make it this far south but if your out after dark tonight it will not hurt to look to the north. This is a fairly strong burst and the last was unexpected. It is getting closer to the 11 year cycle. Not predicting, just a possibility
Mike H.

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