Starting Monday afternoon, June 22, 2015, and lasting well into Tuesday morning, a strong geomagnetic storm hit Earth and resulted in a dazzling display of northern lights that was visible much further south than average.
Duluth-based photographer Derek Montgomery caught the unusual summer display.
Solar flares are kicking up geomagnetic storms that trigger the lights, and the continued solar activity suggests tonight may be a spectacular night as well, so check out Montgomery's 6 tips for photographing the Northern Lights.
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