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Out of this World: Space Weather's Earthly Effects

Overnight on March 12–14, 1989, people around the world, including many in the tropics, saw incredible displays of auroras, which are called Northern Lights in the Northern Hemisphere and the Aurora Australis in the Southern.

JACK WILLIAMS was the founding weather editor of USA TODAY and is now a freelance writer. He's the author or co-author of seven books, five of which are about weather.       

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