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By Lorna Baldwin
As the Earth's magnetic north pole heads towards Siberia, concerns have been raised that the northern lights could move with it.
By Nathan Case, The Conversation
Stargazers this week were treated to a dazzling light show. Bright shades of green, yellow and red pulsated across the sky from Australia to Europe to parts of the United States as far south as Tennessee.
By Larisa Epatko
When a wave of charged particles and magnetic field from the sun hits the Earth, the planet becomes a neon light bulb.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, look up at the sky tonight for a spectacular light show. Two coronal mass ejections from the Sun on March 15 hit the Earth Tuesday, generating a severe geomagnetic storm. The storm has caused…
People across the British Isles looked up at the night skies on Thursday and saw a rare sight -- the dancing, flickering lights of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis.
By PBS NewsHour
Scientists and stargazers alike have long been fascinated by the auroras, also known as the northern and southern lights -- the bands of light that stretch and sometimes dance across the night sky near the earth's poles.
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