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Selected Bibliography on the
Aurora Borealis

Akasofu, S.-I.. 1979. Aurora Borealis, the Amazing Northern Lights. Alaska Geographic. 6(2). 95 pp. Click Here to find out how to order this book!

Akasofu, S.-I. 1981. "The Aurora." American Scientist, 69(5), pp. 492-499.

Akasofu, S.-I. 1989. "The Dynamic Aurora." Scientific American, 260(5), pp. 90-97.

Anderson, A. 1989. "Auroral Satellite: Japan Continues in an Old Furrow." Nature, 338(6210), p. 8.

Anonymous. 1987. "Above and Beyond the Auroras." Natural History, 96(9), pp. 6-8.

Anonymous. 1990. "An Active Sun Sparks Aurorae." Astronomy, 18(1), pp. 104-105.

Anonymous. 1990. "Aurora Borealis: Photographing the Northern Skies Ablaze." Petersen's Photographic Magazine, 19, pp. 42-46.

Anonymous. 1989. "Brighter than the Lights of Big Cities." Science News, 135(20), p. 310.

Anonymous. 1985. "Challenger Snaps a Dazziing Aurora." Science Digest, 93, p. 11.

Anonymous. 1985. "Energy from the Arctic Sky." Environment, 27(3), p. 23.

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