Many people around the world saw the aurora for the first time during the May 10 geomagnetic storm - the largest storm since 2005!

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Gibsons, Bc, Canada About 11:30 Pm

Gibsons, Bc, Canada About 11:30 Pm

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White Mills, Pennsylvania

White Mills, Pennsylvania

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White Mills, Pennsylvania

White Mills, Pennsylvania

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With My Phone Camera...in Iowa!

With My Phone Camera...in Iowa!

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Phone Camera In Iowa #2 (Both Were So Good I Couldn't Decide On Just One!)

Phone Camera In Iowa #2 (Both Were So Good I Couldn't Decide On Just One!)

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Blenheim, New Zealand

Blenheim, New Zealand

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MellonCollie
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5 days ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Aurora australis! We don't hear so much about that on the northern hemisphere. Do you get to see it often?

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Vienna Maine, No Filter. This Is What Was Visible To The Naked Eye

Vienna Maine, No Filter. This Is What Was Visible To The Naked Eye

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Pine Grove, Northern(Ish) California

Pine Grove, Northern(Ish) California

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Pine Grove, Sierra Foothills, California

Pine Grove, Sierra Foothills, California

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May 11, Radom, Poland. On May 10, There Were Thick Clouds

May 11, Radom, Poland. On May 10, There Were Thick Clouds

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May 11, Radom, Poland. On May 10, There Were Thick Clouds

May 11, Radom, Poland. On May 10, There Were Thick Clouds

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