Hugh Bollinger
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Auroras seen from a different POV

Auroras are usually viewed by looking up at the night sky. This fall view of auroras from northern Canada is a good example: [caption id="attachment_7749" align="aligncenter" width="900" caption="Septermber aurora's, Yellowknife, Canada (credit: NASA)"][/caption] However, if you thought such spectacular aurora borealis displays were only visible from the ground, check this out: Arouras from space What a spectacular viewpoint. WHB

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