University of Calgary Department
of Physics & Astronomy Institute for Space
Reasearch (ISR) has been doing ground-based and space-born
measurements of the aurora and upper atmosphere for over 25
years. Links to space and ground based research equipment,
techniques, and images. Simulation
on the aurora.
From the Exploratorium
Be sure to pick up a
copy of The Aurora Watcher's Handbook by T. Neil Davis
(University of Alaska Press, 1992; ISBN 0-912006-60-9).
comments, inquiries or questions... direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
We try to keep all links
alive; Links last checked on August 6, 2012
Please note: We cannot answer e-mail questions
about Aurora forecasts for auroral intensity or time in your area.
The intensity of the Aurora is unpredictable like the weather,
but the links on this page will help you to calculate the extent
and intensity and times. This web site is presented as a collection
of links and images. See the Aurora Wiki
the Geological & Mining Engineering & Sciences Department---- Visit
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