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28 January - 29 March, 1997, Aurora Australis. (Australian Antarctic Data Centre: Data management and spatial data service) <https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/voyages/display_voyage.cfm?set_code=199697050> [Accessed 27 September 2017]
A strong Aurora Australis can be predicted using planetary index or KP numbers, which are a measure of geomagnetic activity that increases on a scale of 0-9 according to geomagnetic strength.
A DP World spokesman said the Aurora Australis, which had a "major role in the operation", was still on site, in open water with another rescue ship now in possible distress.
The Aurora Australis will now take the passengers to the Australian island state of Tasmania.
The first group of passengers off the trapped Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalski, airlifted to P&O Maritime Services Australian icebreaker Aurora Australis
The helicopter from Chinese icebreaker the Snow Dragon winched the passengers to safety and transferred them to Australian Antarctic supply ship Aurora Australis.
It took several hours to ferry passengers to a supply ship, the Aurora Australis.
The icebreaker Aurora Australis will take the passengers to the Australian island state of Tasmania, a journey expected to last two weeks.
The passengers will then be taken by a barge to the Australian icebreaker Aurora Australis.
Meanwhile, another ice breaker ship, the Aurora Australis, with better capabilities than the Chinese vesselis, has headed towards the Shokalskiy and is expected to arrive over the weekend, the report added.
I loved making Sophie Scott Goes South and many years of experience and research went into it, from that first wonderful voyage to Antarctica on the Aurora Australis as an Australian Antarctic arts fellow in 2005, four subsequent trips, and the kids' Antarctic art project.
You could walk around at night and see everything because the Milky Way lights up the sky; the moon is so bright and clear, and, of course, there is the mesmerising Aurora Australis (Southern Lights).