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Nov. 26-28, 2000 -- A rapid-fire series of coronal mass ejections sparked auroras at high latitudes.
Nov. 6, 2000 -- This long-lasting geomagnetic storm began when a coronal mass ejection hit Earth's magnetosphere.
Nov. 3, 2000 -- A CME strike triggered this brief, but beautiful display of Northern Lights.
Oct. 28, 2000 -- Two coronal mass ejections buffeted Earth's magnetosphere and sparked auroras that sky watchers saw across the eastern and mid-western United States.
Oct. 5, 2000 -- A modest interplanetary shock wave triggered this high-latitude geomagnetic storm widely seen from Washington State and across Canada.
Aug. 12, 2000 -- An interplanetary shock wave from the Sun struck Earth's magnetosphere just before the peak of the Perseid meteor shower on August 12, 2000.
Apr. 6, 2000 -- The most powerful geomagnetic storm since 1989 sparks aurora over Florida!