Solar plasma expected to amplify northern lights display

01/15/2013 | Space.com

Solar plasma from a sun eruption Sunday is expected to reach Earth this week. The coronal mass ejection is capable of producing supercharged northern and southern lights at the planet's poles, scientists say. The plasma is expected to intensify the Earth's northern lights display, but will not be strong enough to interfere with electrical systems. The eruption is part of the sun's 11-year weather cycle, which is expected to peak later this year.

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