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Polar Predators

This Smilodon fatalis, or saber-toothed cat, has decided on a fat, juicy polar bear for its supper on a long Pleistocene night.

There’s something to be said for having extinct Ice Age mammals interacting with more familiar species from the so-called modern era. 59 more words

Artwork

The Northern Circle: The Place Where You go to Listen

“The Place Where You Go to Listen” is a quiet relaxing room in the Natural History of Alaska Museum. It features the “sound” and lights are projected on the wall, of the current aurora borealis. 292 more words

Writing

Falling Aurora Stars by jessemartineau


To conclude my 3 part Gravy series let us talk about how to make gravy. A ‘good gravy’ consists mainly of what we call the wow factor. 129 more words

Long Exposure

Useful Links

Here are a list of helpful and useful web links that we use here at Cumbria Lights:

http://aurorawatch.lancs.ac.uk/

http://www.softservenews.com/

http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/

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Aurora Borealis

On The Sunny Side

Onward on the Richardson Highway, we headed towards Paxson and the east entrance to the famous Denali Highway.  Some of you might remember that we traveled this road last year, got magnificent mountain views on the east side and about 2/3 of the way across, inclimate weather on the west side, and saw the aurora borealis in between.   660 more words

The Chase

December 20, 2015

The sky is a little clearer than it was yesterday, but today’s tour has not been cancelled and we take hope from that. 539 more words

Been There Done That