Solar Tsunami creates brilliant Northern Lightning in Norway, Latvia - Video

A storm on the surface of the sun known as a "coronal mass ejection" pushed billions of tons of superheated gas into the solar system, which's now appearing over some parts of the northern hemisphere in the form of aurora borealis. The Telegraph reports: "Dramatic auroras were seen in Denmark, Norway, Greenland, Germany and across […]

A storm on the surface of the sun known as a "coronal mass ejection" pushed billions of tons of superheated gas into the solar system, which's now appearing over some parts of the northern hemisphere in the form of aurora borealis. The Telegraph reports: "Dramatic auroras were seen in Denmark, Norway, Greenland, Germany and across the northern United States and Canada" August 3rd night.

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