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The southern lights (Aurora australis), following four coronal mass ejections from the sun, illuminated the sky in southern Australia days later, providing citizens with a light show.

Much of New South Wales was under thick clouds and rain, and many missed this sight, which was the most spectacular seen in decades.

Geomagnetic solar storms occur when high-energy plasma is ejected from the sun and spreads into space. These charged particles, known as solar wind, collide with Earth's magnetic field, creating stunning visual effects known as auroras.

America News Agency

 

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