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Aurora Watch
10 Aug 2001
(Source: Spaceweather.com)

AURORAS: A coronal mass ejection that billowed away from the Sun on Thursday could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetosphere this weekend. There is a fair chance that high-latitude sky watchers could spot Northern Lights around local midnight on Saturday, August 11th, or Sunday, August 12th. Visit http://www.spaceweather.com for more information.

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