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Intense geomagnetic storms: Auroras seen at lower latitudes across the world

By France24
14 May 2024   |   3:24 pm
For the third consecutive night, space enthusiasts from around the world have had the chance to admire magnificent multi-coloured auroras dancing in the skies across the Northern Hemisphere. These northern lights are a result of increased solar activity. FRANCE 24's Julia Sieger explains.

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