The mystery of daylight aurorae
August 2012: Can these nighttime light shows compete with the Sun’s glare?
June 25, 2012
|Aurorae, the northern and southern lights, are one of the night sky’s most animated spectacles. Some even splash their colors across twilit skies. But has anyone ever seen an aurora in the daytime? |
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