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The northern auroral oval as seen from the Dynamic Explorer 1 spin scan auroral imager under normal conditions (left). The bright light seen to the left represents scattered sunlight from the dayside of the Earth. The southern auroral oval as seen from the Dynamic Explorer 1 spin scan auroral imager (right) mapped to the northern hemisphere during the great storm of March 1989 (Source: NASA).
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