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Lancaster University compiling best Aurora Borealis sites
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20 August 2012
On 20 August 2012 BBC News reported:
Space physicists are putting together a list of the best places in the UK where people could photograph the Aurora Borealis. Lancaster University's AuroraWatch team has sought information on where shots of the Northern Lights could be framed in interesting landscapes. Space scientist Dr Jim Wild said the plan was to eventually create a map to help guide people to the locations.
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