Crowning Moment

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Northern lights displaying an effect know as the corona (Latin for crown).  The radiating pattern occurs when looking straight up into the axis of the aurora and is best observed while lying on your back.  Note the Big Dipper.  This magnificent display occurred over the Turnagain Arm on March 12, 2012 at 3:40 am and was the "Crowning Moment" of the night.
Northern lights displaying an effect know as the corona (Latin for crown). The radiating pattern occurs when looking straight up into the axis of the aurora and is best observed while lying on your back. Note the Big Dipper. This magnificent display occurred over the Turnagain Arm on March 12, 2012 at 3:40 am and was the "Crowning Moment" of the night.
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