The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA
The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA
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Auroras will soon be very rare — but scientists are predicting a big comeback

A cycle of solar activity is coming to an end, but in eight years, but physicists predict there will be more auroras and at low altitudes

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The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA
The Aurora Australis on June 25, 2017, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo: NASA
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