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What are auroras, and why do they come in different shapes and colours? Two experts explain

By Brett Carter, Associate Professor, RMIT University
Elizabeth A. MacDonald, Space Physicist, NASA
The aurora is one of nature’s most spectacular sights, a dazzling glow in the upper atmosphere driven by space weather.The Conversation

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