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A beautifully illustrated site with detailed but straightforward explanations of the Aurora Borealis (or Northern Lights ) phenomena with links and teachers' notes
This site monitors geomagnetic activity visible from the UK and you can sign up for free alerts to notify you whenever aurora is likely to be seen from the UK.
Site gives information on, and images of, the Aurora Borealis. This includes regular forecasts of auroral activity over Alaska and the northern hemisphere.
A summarised view of how the aurora is formed.
This site gives daily information on solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather.
Good images of the Auora Borealis, summary of the science and links to a tutorial and an in-depth article from Tromso Museum.
When energetic charged particles enter the earth's atmosphere from the solar wind, they tend to be channeled toward the poles by the magnetic force.
This site has some good information on plasma, aurora and the magnetosphere.
Presentation of pictures, photographs, articles and links related to the Aurora Borealis, or northern lights.
Read about electrons and ions, how they make a plasma and the aurora