The Aurora Borealis may be visible from all or part of New Hampshire tonight. Although Auroras are difficult to predict, Accuweather.com reports the solar flare’s strength and timing make sightings more likely. Adam Woodworth is a Seacoast photographer and an expert in landscape astro photography. His long-exposure photograph of the Aurora, above, was taken in Southern Maine last year.
Woodworth is following the Aurora closely today and has these tips for citizen stargazers: