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A solar eclipse at the north pole excited auroras in the southern hemisphere

A solar eclipse over the Arctic last June created changes in auroras in both hemispheres of Earth due to connections through the planet's magnetic field, according to the US journal Geophysical Research Letters. (Source: NASA Scientific Visualization Studio / NASA Goddard / NASA Space Place / ESA)

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