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AURORA

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Chanting was also believed to induce auroral sound, and many people claimed that whistling could agitate or increase auroral movements.
The peak of North Dakotan auroral activity appears to take place after sunspot maximum and when the spots are declining.
Details about how the auroral sounds are created are still a mystery.
For the best auroral watching, Deer recommends February or March.
So conceivably some kind of magnetic-reconnection process involving the solar wind is triggering auroral glows.
Auroral activity began again in January and continued until early May when the evenings become too bright to detect fainter aurorae.
It's all about understanding how the energy of the solar wind gets coupled to Earth's magnetic field and eventually gets dumped into the our upper atmosphere," Lessard said about the significance of continued investigation into auroral processes.
For the Northern Hemisphere, the aurora should be visible mainly in North America, since the sun is illuminating most of the auroral zone in Russia and Scandinavia.
On Earth, auroral activity is strongest when the solar wind's magnetic field opposes that of the planet.
0 million remaining on the two contracts awarded for the production and installation of antenna matching unit assemblies at the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) ionospheric research site near Gokona, Alaska, the site of the recently completed installation of an array of 132 crossed dipole antennas built and installed by PHAZAR CORP in 2004.
But, from time to time, and as happened earlier in the year, we see huge spikes of solar and auroral activity.
Many tour-group members captured beautiful photos showing green and reddish auroral emission.