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Aurora Australis over Concordia station in the Antarctic

20/07/2012
This image provided by the European Space Agency shows the Aurora Australis or the Southern Lights glowing over Concordia station in the Antarctic, one of the remotest places on Earth, on Wednesday July 18, 2012. It was taken by ESA-sponsored scientist Alexander Kumar and his colleague Erick Bondoux from about 1 km (.6 miles) from the station, located in the Antarctic at 75°S latitude. (AP Photo/Alexander Kumar and Erick Bondoux, ESA)

This image provided by the European Space Agency shows the Aurora Australis or the Southern Lights glowing over Concordia station in the Antarctic, one of the remotest places on Earth, on Wednesday July 18, 2012. It was taken by ESA-sponsored scientist Alexander Kumar and his colleague Erick Bondoux from about 1 km (.6 miles) from the station, located in the Antarctic at 75°S latitude. (AP Photo/Alexander Kumar and Erick Bondoux, ESA)

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