A selection of articles related to aurora borealis.
Original articles from our library related to the Aurora Borealis. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Aurora Borealis.
- Goddess of the dawn, and Divine Herald of the day, and by extension, new beginnings of any sort. Similar in many respects to the Hellenic Eos....
Deities & Heros >> Roman
- Silverwheel. Welsh. The mother of Llew, the tale of how she needed to be guiled into granting him a name and arms is a mainstay of the Mabinogion. She is associated with Night, with the star Polaris, and her hall is said to be the aurora borealis. As her name...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Aurora Borealis is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Aurora Borealis books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- The Aurora Borealis
- The Aurora Borealis.
- Aurora crime rate hits all-time low
- Aurora's adjusted crime rate per 100000 population shows that overall major crime has fallen 31.81 ...
- the aurora borealis
- people on earth for millennia? A Norwegian scientist led the way toward finally answering that question.
- Aurora Brochure
- Can you hear the aurora? Why the different colors? Why the different shapes?
Suggested News Resources
- If skies cooperate in evening, we could see Northern Lights
- The aurora borealis as viewed from Golden Gardens Park in Seattle in 2004. In this 2004 file photo, the Northern Lights shimmered above the Puget Sound region. This view was from Hamilton Viewpoint in West Seattle.
- Solar flare blast may cause aurora borealis today
- If you're in the high latitude regions of the Northern Hemisphere, you may be able to see some aurora borealis displays today thanks to a large solar flare that sent a cloud of plasma down to Earth earlier this week.
- Stanford Researchers Totally Saw Those Sunspots Before You Did
- They're often precursors to Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) and solar flares, phenomena that wreak havoc on Earthly electronics and the Aurora Borealis alike.
- Science Weekly Podcast: Blogging the brain, and the sounds of space
- Alok is joined by astrobiologist and science writer Lewis Dartnell to hear his collection of space sounds, including the sound of the sun and Saturn's aurora borealis.
- PNC presents 'Illuminations & Explorations: Drawing of the Aurora Borealis'
- WESTVILLE | The Purdue University North Central Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series will present the exhibit "Illuminations & Explorations: Drawing of the Aurora Borealis" by Olivia Petrides from Sept. 2 to Dec.
Suggested Web Resources
- Aurora FAQ
- Explanations of auroral phenomena. Where can you see aurora? When can you see aurora?
- Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis
- May 3, 2011 Northern Lights, also known as aurora borealis, can be seen most of the year in Fairbanks, Alaska.
- The Aurora Page
- Jun 22, 2010 This is the Aurora Page from Michigan Tech featuring Aurora images and links to other Aurora Resources.
- HowStuffWorks "How does the aurora borealis (the Northern Lights
- How does the aurora borealis (the Northern Lights) work? What causes it? Why can you only see it in the North?
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