Aurora Lights Seen As Far South As Georgia

Now there’s something you don’t see every night. On Monday, October 24th a huge cloud of particles from the Sun hit the Earth. The resulting geomagnetic storm touched off one of the brightest flare ups in the Aurora Borealis in decades.

Photo By: Shawn Malone / Location: Michigan

Photo By: Shawn Malone / Location: Michigan

Photo By: Shawn Malone / Location: Michigan

Photo By: Jim Hammer / Location: Kansas

Photo By: Jay Malone / Location: Arkansas

Photo By: Jonathan Stone / Location: Alabama

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