Wade Kitner looks at the northern lights as he fishes in Ventura, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Federal forecasters said the Northern Lights may be able to be seen Tuesday night as far south as Iowa or Pennsylvania because of a severe solar storm that hit the Earth on Monday and pushes auroras to places where more people can possibly see them.
Wade Kitner looks at the northern lights as he fishes in Ventura, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Federal forecasters said the Northern Lights may be able to be seen Tuesday night as far south as Iowa or Pennsylvania because of a severe solar storm that hit the Earth on Monday and pushes auroras to places where more people can possibly see them. Arian Schuessler AP
Wade Kitner looks at the northern lights as he fishes in Ventura, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Federal forecasters said the Northern Lights may be able to be seen Tuesday night as far south as Iowa or Pennsylvania because of a severe solar storm that hit the Earth on Monday and pushes auroras to places where more people can possibly see them. Arian Schuessler AP
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