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Geomagnetic storming continues, M2.2 solar flare

It has been another round of geomagnetic unrest during the past 24 hours as the direction of the IMF (Bz) continues to point south, which makes it easier for the solar wind to penetrate the atmosphere around the magnetic poles of our planet. Vivid auroral displays were once again reported from many high latitude locations.

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