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Re: aurora tonight!


From: Hettie Jane (hettiejane__at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Nov 08 2004 - 04:03:43 PST

We live in Southern Middle TN. Far away from any large towns or cities. My kids came in around 6 last night very excited about something red in the northern sky. My four year old was very impressed. 14 year old thought it was just too spooky.
It was truly an awesome sight here in TN. Last year about this time was the first time I had ever seen it.
Stephanie M
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  From: Cathy Gaul<>
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk<>
  Sent: Sunday, November 07, 2004 5:53 PM
  Subject: aurora tonight!

  Just an FYI, if you live in a dark sky location, look to the north, you may
  be lucky enough to see the northern lights tonight! Major solar flares are
  impacting the earth RIGHT NOW and if you are north of Virginia, Kentucky,
  etc, there is a real good chance you may see something.
  Unfortunately, here in South Jersey, a dark sky location is too far from me,
  but even the lights of Philadelphia may not block this out!!!
  Art in the dark!