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4/24/2012 Fergus Falls, MN Auroras (Northern Lights Aurora Borealis)

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Published on Apr 24, 2012

Aurora Borealis, AKA Northern Lights time-lapse video from just northwest of Fergus Falls, MN as the geomagnetic storm peaked.

Shot with a 10mm wide angle lens as the Auroras filled the sky to make it look like it was on fire.
***Not for rebroadcast on television***
To license this footage, visit http://www.StormChasingVideo.com


Per NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center.
Moderate (G2) geomagnetic storming is occurring and Strong (G3) storms are likely in conjunction with the arrival of the solar eruptions from April 18th and 19th. These eruptions arrived within hours of their expected times and the second event came in with the magnetic field favorably oriented for moderate to strong storming.

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