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Solar storms may produce Northern Lights viewing in Oregon tonight 

Solar storms are giving Oregonians a good chance of seeing the Aurora Borealis this evening. Looking to the north before the moon comes out (9:36 tonight) will give you the best chance. Bend photographers were out in force last night without a ton of luck (though the Milky Way was spectacular). Get out there this evening and enjoy.

Friday nights forecast
  • Accuweather.com
  • Friday nights forecast

The Milky Way from Sparks Lake Thursday evening.
  • Matt Fox
  • The Milky Way from Sparks Lake Thursday evening.

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Matt Fox

Matt Fox is a Bend based photographer and photography teacher. His work appears both online and in print. Matt has worked with a variety of clients and as a freelance photojournalist. When not taking photos Matt teaches high school journalism, photography, and graphics at Mountain View High School in Bend. Matt...
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