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The aurora borealis fills the sky early Wednesday above Kenai during a bright and rapidly changing show. The University of Alaska Fairbanks reported extreme activity at the time and are projecting a good chance for active northern lights again Wednesday night.

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Posted: March 7, 2012 - 8:08am  |  Updated: March 7, 2012 - 12:55pm
The aurora borealis fills the sky early Wednesday above Kenai during a bright and rapidly changing show. The University of Alaska Fairbanks reported extreme activity at the time and are projecting a good chance for active northern lights again Wednesday night.   Photo by M. Scott Moon
Photo by M. Scott Moon
The aurora borealis fills the sky early Wednesday above Kenai during a bright and rapidly changing show. The University of Alaska Fairbanks reported extreme activity at the time and are projecting a good chance for active northern lights again Wednesday night.
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Jerry
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Jerry 03/07/12 - 09:53 pm
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GR8 picture of the Aurora. I

GR8 picture of the Aurora. I just read several articles about the Massive sun bursts that are going on right now & how they are bombarding earth with gamma rays.
These rays are & could cause major troubles for any electronics & especially in the northern hemisphere, thus the Aurora should be a massive display for a few days.
Also the planets are showing up really good the last few nights as well.

www.hallindsey.com and click on the sunbursts link for many pictures from nasa about these eruptions.

Enjoy the light show from God, his power & creation are GR8, are they not?

Don Norton
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Don Norton 03/12/12 - 12:46 pm
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Northern Lights

One of Gods most beautiful works of art. I moved away from alaska several years ago and I miss the northern lights. Setting out watching them dance across and lighting up the sky what a wondeful site. I miss many other things about alaska also but the lights are amazing.

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