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Solar storm may bring northern lights to U.S. but also disrupt communications

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    Solar storm may bring northern lights to U.S. but also disrupt communications



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For the first time in nearly two decades, a severe solar storm is expected to supercharge the northern lights and could make them visible as far south as Alabama. However, the storm could present disruptions with satellite commmunications, GPS and potentially power grids. NBC News’ Bill Karins reports on why the solar storm is affecting Earth. 

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