The Northern Lights....Streaming?

Posted: Sep 21 2010, 11:45am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


The Northern Lights....Streaming?
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Watch them live.

How would you like to replace your usual boring TV sitcoms with a real look at the glory and majesty of nature? TechEye reports that the Canadian Space Agency will be putting the aurora borealis up online for all to watch. Every night the AuroraMAX site will have live streaming broadcasts of the Northern Lights.

This is a joint project of the University of Calgary, the City of Yellowknife and Astronomy North. The broadcasts will be on from 10pm to 6am MST. The footage will come alongside info on the science behind the lights. We can expect the lights to last until around May.

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