Are auroras always visible from the poles?



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    No. They’re much more common at latitudes near the poles, though. Only when certain types of magnetic storms occur are they visible at more temperate latitudes, and they don’t happen all the time in any case. They’re affected by the seasons and the solar wind, among other things. They’re not entirely understood.

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