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We watched a video on the northern lights in physics. They have been seen as far south as Mexico (very rare occurance). So I suppose it's entirely possible.
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I know its clouds, but how could I say that with such an awsome picture I took?

Do the real Aroro Borealis move fast or slow? Iv seen both ways on TV so Im not sure. Anyone actualy witness one?

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Originally posted by triggerhappy1 triggerhappy1 wrote:

I know its clouds, but how could I say that with such an awsome picture I took?


Do the real Aroro Borealis move fast or slow? Iv seen both ways on TV so Im not sure. Anyone actualy witness one?



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