Auroras without flares

Aurora.  This photo was taken on November 21 at Churchill (Manitoba, Canada).

Against the background of tumultuous events of October this month the Sun is "bleak." No strong flares, spectacular ejections of plasma, high-velocity winds and magnetic storms. But for all that periodically appear aurora.

NASA experts believe that the auroras are a response to variations in the solar wind.

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