Title: Auroras  
Author: Reijo Rasinkangas Oct 07, 2008
Last Changed by: Reijo Rasinkangas Oct 09, 2008
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    Page: Radar aurora
    Page: Diffuse aurora
    Page: Geomagnetic pulsations
    Page: Substorm current wedge
    Page: Plasma sheet
    Page: Great aurora
    Page: Ionosphere
    Page: Pi C pulsations
    Page: Pi 2 pulsations
    Page: Ionospheric troughs
    Page: SAR arcs
    Page: Substorm models
    Page: Auroral folklore
    Page: Ionospheric convection
    Page: Low-latitude aurorae
    Page: Enhanced aurora
    Page: EMIC instability
    Page: Proton aurora
    Page: Pc 3 pulsations
    Page: Geomagnetic activity
    Page: Sun-aligned arcs
    Page: Substorm finestructure
    Page: Auroral kilometric radiation
    Page: Whistler waves
    Page: Solar periodicity of 1.3 years
    Page: Magnetic activity indices
    Page: Field-aligned potential drops
    Page: Deformed arcs
    Page: Auroral arcs
    Page: Substorm growth phase
    Page: Substorm expansion phase
    Page: Phenomena of interest
    Page: Substorms
    Page: Black aurora
    Page: Flux transfer events
    Page: Riometers
    Page: Magnetospheric electric field
    Page: Magnetosphere
    Page: Ion outflow
    Page: Flickering aurora
    Page: Pseudobreakups
    Page: Pulsating aurora
    Page: Auroral ovals
    Page: Discrete aurora
    Page: Steady magnetospheric convection
    Page: Plasma sheet high speed flows
    Page: Optical instruments
    Page: Dayside auroral precipitation
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    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurora_(astronomy)
SpaceWiki (20)     Page: Sun
    Page: Optical instruments
    Page: Diffuse aurora
    Page: Earth
    Page: Sun-aligned arcs
    Page: Magnetosheath
    Page: Auroral folklore
    Page: Discrete aurora
    Page: Enhanced aurora
    Page: Field-aligned potential drops
    Page: Geomagnetic field
    Page: Atmosphere
    Page: Great aurora
    Page: Solar wind
    Page: Auroral ovals
    Page: Low-latitude aurorae
    Page: Geomagnetic storms
    Page: Magnetosphere
    Page: Substorms
    Page: Ionosphere