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Geomagnetic unrest, more coronal holes

Geomagnetic conditions continued to be at active to minor storm levels during the past 24 hours thanks to waning CME effects and the effects of a coronal hole solar wind stream. Aurora activity has been elevated for three straight days now and many sky watchers around the world managed to capture the Aurora Borealis or the Aurora Australis. Keep on reading for a couple of images and videos made during the past few days from all around the world.

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