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Why are auroras so hard to predict? And when can we expect more?

By Brett Carter, Associate Professor, RMIT University
Hannah Schunker, ARC Future Fellow, University of Newcastle
Australians were in for a Mother’s Day treat as auroras swept the skies. But there was little warning, and the spectacle didn’t repeat.The Conversation

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