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Colours of northern lights phenomenon visible in San Antonio sky

The dazzling colors of the northern lights illuminated the skies over San Antonio on Saturday as the largest geomagnetic storm in two decades, triggered by solar flares, produced spectacular displays of the phenomenon.

Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, was seen at lower-than-normal latitudes across the United States during the evening of Friday and into the early morning hours of Saturday. Sightings have also been reported across the country and all over the world.

With more opportunities to spot them into the weekend, the best way to view the aurora borealis in South Central Texas is at a location away from city lights. Because of the sensitivity to light, phone cameras have also been proven to spot the colors better than the naked eye. Best time is 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., but clouds may block viewing Saturday and Sunday night.

Source: eNCA

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