Astronomers detect aurora-like radio waves over the sun's surface for the first time, resembling the Northern Lights on Earth. The radio waves were observed 25,000 miles above a sunspot, indicating a potential alteration to our understanding of stellar magnetic processes. This discovery opens up new possibilities for studying the sun's activity and investigating auroras on other stars beyond our solar system. #science #astronomy
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