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Frequently Asked Questions about Aurora and Answers Frequently Asked Questions About Auroras
The University of Alaska, Fairbanks's Geophysical Institute has a list of frequently asked questions about Auroras. Learn about what an aurora is, what makes the aurora's colors, how often they occur, and much more!
Northern Lights - The City of Fairbanks Northern Lights - The City of Fairbanks
The City of Fairbanks offers its own site about the Northern Lights. Learn more about the Northern Lights, including the best time to watch,the best times to see them, and much more!
Aurora Forecasts - Geophysical Institute Aurora Forecasts - Geophysical Institute
What to know when auroras will occur? Check out the Aurora Forecast provided by the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. This site offers daily aurora forecasts for the entire state of Alaska!

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Aurora Borealis - Wikipedia
Still want to know more about auroras? Check out this site provided by Wikipedia. It has all sorts of information about auroras, what causes them, where they are found, and much more!

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