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thebchuckster (2344102) writes "Aurorae on many planets could make our own Northern and Southern lights look like a flickering candle, new research has shown.
It seems that aurorae on distant 'hot Jupiters' could be up to 1,000 times brighter than Earthly aurorae, rippling all the way from the equator to the poles."
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