Nature’s light show

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Nature’s light show

Big year for northern lights tourism in Alaska
The aurora borealis, or northern lights, fill the sky near the city of Talkeetna, Alaska. A peak in solar cycles that last 10 or 11 years is expected to make this year and next prime viewing time for the northern lights.
The northern lights illuminate an observatory outside Fairbanks, Alaska. Northern lights activity tends to be high around the time of the equinoxes.
The northern lights shimmer in the sky above Kenai, Alaska, shortly before daybreak. NASA predicted in 2006 that the next solar maximum could produce the most northern lights activity since the historic solar max of 1958.

Nature’s light show

The aurora borealis, or northern lights, fill the sky near the city of Talkeetna, Alaska. A peak in solar cycles that last 10 or 11 years is expected to make this year and next prime viewing time for the northern lights.
The northern lights illuminate an observatory outside Fairbanks, Alaska. Northern lights activity tends to be high around the time of the equinoxes.
The northern lights shimmer in the sky above Kenai, Alaska, shortly before daybreak. NASA predicted in 2006 that the next solar maximum could produce the most northern lights activity since the historic solar max of 1958.
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