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Aurora Australis over Concordia Station

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Aurora Australis glows high over Concordia research base on July 18, 2012. The photo was taken by ESA-sponsored scientist Alexander Kumar and his colleague Erick Bondoux from about 1 km from the station, located in the Antarctic at –75°S latitude. (Image credit: ESA/IPEV/ENEAA/A. Kumar & E. Bondoux)

Aurora Australis glows high over Concordia research base on July 18, 2012. The photo was taken by ESA-sponsored scientist Alexander Kumar and his colleague Erick Bondoux from about 1 km from the station, located in the Antarctic at –75°S latitude.

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