For people star gazing in the northern hemisphere, they are often amazed when they witness curtains of rippling blood-red or emerald light beams flash on the horizon. This amazing frozen firework display has roots almost 93 million miles away-though the majority would find this hard to believe. The northern lights, which is also called Aurora Borealis, has origins in the Sun. It is a natural phenomenon and has its counterpart in aurora Australia- which is commonly called southern lights.
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