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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “the aurora australis”

the aurora australis

noun [S]
 
 
/əˌrɔː.rə.ɒsˈtreɪ.lɪs/ US  /-ˌrɔːr.ə.ɔːˈstreɪ-/ (also the Southern Lights)
a pattern of differently coloured lights that are sometimes seen in the night sky in the most southern parts of the world
南极光
→ Compare the aurora borealisWeather and climate - general words
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