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Solar storm set to hit Earth TODAY could trigger Northern Lights

MailOnline Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Solar storm set to hit Earth TODAY could trigger Northern LightsThe minor geomagnetic storm will most likely affect northern regions of the planet, including Scotland and the 'northern tier' of the United States.
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A solar storm is expected to reach earth today, Wednesday, March 14, and last through Thursday, March 15.

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