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The southern lights (aurora australis) lit up the skies over South Australia days after four coronal mass ejections from the sun, giving citizens a feast of light.

While much of New South Wales missed the show due to heavy clouds and rain, the light show was the most spectacular in Australia for decades.

Geomagnetic solar storms occur when highly charged plasma erupts from the sun and spreads into space. When these charged particles, known as the solar wind, hit the Earth's magnetic field, they create stunning visual displays known as auroras.

 

America News Agency

 

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