Tag Archives: Aurora Borealis

Watch an Aurora Live, Right From Your Computer

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is doing something special for people who might not be able to witness an Aurora full-on all the way across the sky. The AuroraMAX project allows anyone with an internet connection to witness the Northern Lights as they happen via a live streaming webcam. The AuroraMAX cams starts streaming live at 12 am EST every ...

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Auroras Over Both Poles As Seen From Space

NASA recently released a set of beautiful photos taken from space in April 2010. Among them was this jaw-dropper. A shot of an active Aurora on both poles of our beautiful planet. Luckily you have to be a little further away to see all of the space junk. EDITOR’S NOTE: Ok, so it’s an artistic rendering. Whatever. Still beautiful. *disappointed* ...

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It Wasn’t A Bad Dose, Dude! It Really Is The Aurora Borealis In Santa Monica

Santa Monica recently held its first GLOW festival on July 19th, an all-night event of media art, performances, music, and sculpture. The most memorable of all was perhaps Usman Haques art installation called Primal Source. It looks like a smaller-scale northern lights, being made up of a large water spray screen that projects light patterns aided by the perfect backdrop ...

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