Answers to commonly asked questions about seeing one of nature’s wonders: the aurora borealis or northern lights.
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Tips from an EarthSky community member on how to find a good location for the Lyrid meteor shower – and useful things to take with you if you decide to go out.
Right now, there’s huge excitement among those of us who hunt for the aurora borealis, also called the northern lights.
The solar eclipse of May 20-21, 2012 is part of a cycle – called the Saros cycle – that repeats about every 18 years and 10 days.
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Organic farmers use their understanding of natural processes to optimize crop yields. The surprising results make you wonder where to draw the line between technology and nature.