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Solar storm smashes hole in Earth’s magnetosphere, triggering extremely rare pink auroras
On Nov. 3, a solar storm caused a temporary crack in Earth's magnetic field. The resulting hole enabled energetic particles to penetrate deep into the planet's atmosphere and set off extremely rare pink auroras.

Solar storm smashes hole in Earth’s magnetosphere, triggering extremely rare pink auroras,On Nov. 3, a solar storm caused a temporary crack in Earth’s magnetic field. The resulting hole enabled energetic particles to penetrate deep into the planet’s atmosphere and set off extremely rare pink auroras.

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