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      1. Oh man! That’s a bummer you haven’t seen them. Where in the world do you live? We see them moderately frequently in winter, though technically they are more active in summer, we never see them due to the constant light. Give me winter and stars and snow!!

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      2. Minneapolis/Saint Paul area. You can see them some night about 3 hour’s drive north of here, but I always either slept through them or missed them entirely when my aunt had her cabin north of Brainard and we would stay there.

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      3. Oh yes, I bet they see some good one there. I’ve seen them in Idaho and Washington state, but they weren’t as all encompassing or as vibrant but still very cool to watch. Here in Alaska sometimes they look so close like if you stood on your roof you could just reach up and touch them. Sometimes farther away. Always beautiful. Better than any man made fireworks show IMO

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