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Tue Jan 24, 2012, 08:05 PM

Cloudy? Too Far South? How to See the Aurora No Matter Where you Live

by Nancy Atkinson (Universe Today) on January 24, 2012

With the recent solar activity producing blasts of subatomic particles from the Sun to Earthís magnetic field, the social media outlets are buzzing with those who are seeing auroral activity in their region. But what if itís cloudy where you are, or you donít live in a latitude conducive to seeing aurorae? The internet and webcams to the rescue! As I write this, the Aurora Sky Station webcam is broadcasting stunning views of the aurora in Sweden, like the screenshot above. But there are more webcams dedicated to capturing and sharing the aurora experience.


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Wed Jan 25, 2012, 06:36 PM

1. Thanks.

You might have saved a move to Yellowknife.

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