August 2010: Usually, the Northern Lights can only be seen by folks who live far to the north. But this week, the Aurora Borealis is making an appearance in lower Canada, some of the United States, Norway and other countries around the globe. The reason has to do with solar storms. An eruption on the sun's surface blasted plasma toward the Earth this month. That plasma is helping to give millions of people a peek at something they'd never seen. Fortunately for us, these lucky ducks are taking pictures and posting them on Flickr. You can check out several of our absolute favorites here. Enjoy! by Mike Krumboltz of The Buzz Log
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