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After a geomagnetic storm, a fascinating rare double aurora spotted! Check AWESOME image

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Auroras are the fascinating, even enchanting, outcome of geomagnetic storms on Earth! These stunning captivating displays of light in the night sky occur at the northern and southern poles with spectacular views of the dancing lights.

These auroras are mainly caused by the solar winds in space, basically charged particles from the Sun, which accelerate through the field lines of the Earth's magnetic field.

NASA says, " Auroras are created when fast-moving, magnetic solar material strikes Earth's magnetic bubble, the magnetosphere.

This collision rattles the magnetosphere in an event called a geomagnetic storm, sending trapped charged particles zooming down magnetic field lines towards the atmosphere, where they collide brilliantly with molecules in the air, creating auroras.

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