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“November 13, 2009 - 12: 18 pm kathy vandertuin - what super pics!! wish you were doing workshops in hay river but the aurora borealis is much better further north i believe!”
“It helps produce the aurora borealis, which is kind of nice but can do nasty things like sending a surge of current from power lines that takes out transformers and flips circuit breakers so people are without power.”
“It unseats the diminutive Cretaceous theropod Albertonykus borealis (described in 2008) as the smallest-known nonavian dinosaur from North America.”
“The corona is composed of charged particles that become what we call the solar wind as they radiate outward from the Sun at 450 kilometers per second and are responsible for the aurora borealis.”
“The occurrence will potentially cause little more than a spectacular show of the aurora borealis, which could spread as far south as the Northern United States.”
“Back in September and October I did a series of two workshops covering the fundamentals of night and aurora borealis photography.”
“Into the warm room rushed the frost, and on the threshold, garbed in trail-worn furs, knee - deep in the swirling vapor, against a background of flaming borealis, a woman hesitated.”
“By the greenish light of the aurora borealis, the quicksilver showed itself frozen hard in the bulb of the thermometer which hung outside the door.”
“The aurora borealis painted palpitating color revels on the sky.”
“This is like one of those rare occurences in nature, like a lunar eclipse, or the aurora borealis, where a Republican comes face to face with the truth and ..... embraces it!”
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