Spectacular aurora storm lights up Minnesota

A massive solar eruption triggered an exceptional northern lights show this weekend. Video from central Minnesota captured the aurora borealis display early Sunday morning.
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A massive solar eruption triggered an exceptional northern lights show this weekend. Video from central Minnesota captured the aurora borealis display early Sunday morning. Check out the time-lapse video posted on the Star Tribune.

The Duluth News Tribune also has some incredible pictures.

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