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Watch a live feed of tonight’s Northern Lights

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Are you too far south or in too bright of a city to catch the spectacular auroras that have been streaking across the sky lately?

Not to worry. The Canadian Space Agency’s AuroraMAX Camera — located in the city of Yellowknife, near the Arctic Circle — can fulfill all your Northern-Light-viewing needs every night from now until late May (the camera shuts down during the Arctic summer, when the midnight sun prevents aurora viewing).

Start watching tonight to see the tail end of the current solar storm, which has been pounding our planet since March 12.
via Wired

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