Space Weather Phone costs between $4.95 and $6.95 per month — depending on the service you choose.
You can get updates on:
- Aurora-Borealis Lights (also called the Northern Lights)
- Meteor showers
- International Space Station (ISS) flyovers
- Solar Flares
- Forecasts on other fascinating space weather phenomena
- And many other sky events
How Space Weather Phone Works
Let’s say you live in a part of the country where the Northern Lights can be seen.
Whenever the Northern Lights will be visible in your area, your phone will ring, give you the update on what is happening. That way, you get a heads up so you know when to go outdoors, look up, and enjoy Mother Nature’s light show!
The Space Weather Phone service works in many ways like a weather radio and is a really great gift idea for anybody — especially those who enjoy astronomy, weather, or simply enjoying nature at its finest!
Get Space Weather Alerts From The Space Weather Prediction Center
Space weather plays a very important role in our everyday lives, and thanks to the Space Weather Prediction Center at the National Weather Service, space weather alerts are made whenever a serious or special weather event beyond the atmosphere is about to happen.
The National Weather Service is responsible for observing and predicting weather patterns closer to Earth, too!
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