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The 10 Best Blog Posts about the Northern Lights
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The 10 Best Blog Posts about the Northern Lights

What makes the Aurora Borealis, also known as Northern Lights, so popular with people? Maybe it is because there is yet to be a single explanation behind the phenomenon. Or maybe it is because they are one of a kind, a natural occurrence that is beautiful and mysterious. Here is a proper lineup of the top 10 Northern ...

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Do the Northern Lights Exist on Other Planets?
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Do the Northern Lights Exist on Other Planets?

Northern lights are also commonly known as Aurora Borealis. Witnessing an aurora can be really a fascinating sight and an awe-inspiring experience if it is the first time. This is due to its natural beauty that captures our imaginations more than anything else in the sky. But those magnificent lights are not just ...

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Northern Lights Myths From Around the World
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Northern Lights Myths From Around the World

Imagine a scenario whereby you are standing on the surface of a large, frozen water body north of the renowned Arctic Circle. Apart from sounds created by a gentle wind that blows through a dense forest made of pine trees, there is absolute silence in that area. An expansive and even area covered with snow lies ahead ...

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Good DSLR Camera Settings for Photos of Aurora (Northern lights)?
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Good DSLR Camera Settings for Photos of Aurora (Northern lights)?

Are you looking to capture some breathtaking images of the Aurora or Northern Lights with your DSLR camera? If yes, then you first need to learn about the DSLR camera settings that would be ideal for taking such photos. The section below would educate you about those camera settings. Read on to know more.

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What is the KP Aurora Index?
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What is the KP Aurora Index?

The KP Index is a global geomagnetic activity scale that determines the earth’s magnetic field strength, based on 3 hour measurement intervals done from ground-based magnetometers centers. The index ranges from 0-9 where 0 means there’s very little geomagnetic activity taking place, whereas 9 translates to intense ...

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The Aurora Ovation Model Explained
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The Aurora Ovation Model Explained

The OVATION model is the well known image you see on most Aurora forecasting websites. The OVATION (Oval Variation, Assessment, Tracking, Intensity, and Online Nowcasting) was developed by the team at John Hopkins University and is shown as an oval depicted from above.

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