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Across the Universe: Forbidden Transitions — 1 Comment

  1. My wife and I spent many a night after we met, on a Lake Superior beach, watching the aurora dome overhead, and whip wildly from horizon to horizon. I’ve seen it 4 times from my home, 24 miles north of Detroit. I was fortunate enough to get some great pics of the aurora in 2011 – these were taken a short distance from my home:

    The lights on the bottom are cars on I-94, eastbound towards Port Huron – those poor motorists must have thought the sky was on fire!

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