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aurora borealis

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The scientists and tourists onboard were instead flown to another area next to the Aurora Australis where they were taken by a small boat to the Australian ship.
The rescue was done in conjunction with Chinese icebreaker Xue Long, whose helicopter ferried the stranded passengers from their ship in groups of 12, to the landing pad of the Aurora Australis.
In a remarkably similar scene of re-enchantment, Robert Falcon Scott tried to get past the "impossibility" of describing the feeling of witnessing the Aurora Australis at Cape Evans during the Terra Nova expedition in Antarctica on June 22 1911:
Astronauts on the International Space Station snapped this picture of the aurora australis, or southern lights, as they flew over New Zealand.
Molecules colliding with the sun's rays cause this fabulous light show known as the aurora borealis and the aurora australis, which will be seen over the North and South Poles of Earth.
Aurora Australis from Madagascar to southwest of Australia
The spectacular pictures show the rare Aurora Australis from the International Space Station taken on September 11th.
An astronaut has captured rare images of a greenish band of light known as the aurora australis, or Southern Lights, from the International Space Station 217 miles above the Earth.
Besides producing the aurora borealis and aurora australis, or northern and southern lights, magnetic storms can pose severe hazards including disrupting communications and power lines, threatening astronauts in orbit, corroding pipelines and degrading spacecraft orbits.
Vessels managed and operated through this business unit include Australia's Antarctic flagship, the Aurora Australis, four marine science and research vessels based in Australia and Europe and a vessel that plays a key role in the Australian Federal Government's border and fisheries patrols.
Ia, wrth gwrs, does na'm pengwiniaid yn y Gogledd, felly yr Aurora Australis, nid y Borealis welodd y pengwin bach hwnnw.
When the icebreaker Aurora Australis left Hobart in March this year, the voyage heralded a step-change in science's ability to explore the Southern Ocean--a vast area of the roughest and wildest waters on the planet.