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How One Scientist Decoded the Mysterious Sounds of Northern Lights

For more than 15 years, a lone scientist in southern Finland has spent countless winter nights among the snowy fields and frozen lakes around his village, in pursuit of one of the most ephemeral mysteries of the heavens.
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