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Astro Bob blog: Brown Dwarf Pulses With Auroras A Million Times Brighter Than Earth's

It's been pretty quiet around here for auroras lately but not so at the brown dwarf star LSRJ1835+3259. Located about 20 light-years away in the constellation Lyra the Harp, it crackles with auroras a million times brighter than those seen on Earth.

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It's been pretty quiet around here for auroras lately but not so at the brown dwarf star LSRJ1835+3259. Located about 20 light-years away in the constellation Lyra the Harp, it crackles with auroras a million times brighter than those seen on Earth. 

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