Appreciating a celestial light show
Iceland isn’t alone in offering dramatic views of the northern lights.
February 21, 2011
|Regular columnist Stephen James O’Meara described his time “Star-struck in Iceland,” relating the tiny North Atlantic nation’s various astronomy-related passions. In addition to an active national amateur astronomy scene and an otherworldly, astro-art-inspiring landscape, the country has some of the world’s best auroral shows. |
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