In addition to great information on the web, don't forget your local library! Ask your librarian about book titles listed in our aurora bibliography. They are especially useful books if you are working on a report or research paper.
- Auroral Activity Extrapolated from NOAA POES satellite passes.
- Aurora pictures and movies A collection of links to aurora picture galleries and movies.
- Today's Space Weather from the Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colorado.
- SOHO -- Solar and Heliospheric Observatory A spaceborne solar observatory that helps researchers make aurora predictions.
- Solar Terrestrial Dispatch maps of the auroral oval and radio propagation predictions.
- Antarctic geophysical observations by U. C. Berkeley
- GI's Aurora Alert discussion forum.
- The Aurora Page from Michigan Technological University.
- Nordlysstasjonen observatory in Adventdalen, Svalbard, including current data from an all-sky camera, magnetometer, and other instruments.
- Aurora forecast for the Yukon Territory.
- Short term prediction of geomagnetic activity based on ACE solar wind data.
- Collection of links to real-time geospace data sources.
There are many good books on the aurora and space science for people of all ages. There are also many magazine articles that you may be able to locate through your local library. Check your local library or bookstore for these:
For Young Readers...
- Savage, Candace. Aurora: The Mysterious Northern Lights. Sierra Club Books, 1994. ISBN 0-87156-419-X.
- Sinnott, Roger W. "A Jam-Jar Magnetometer as Aurora Detector," Sky & Telescope, V. 78, N. 4, pp. 426-432, 1989.
- Souza, D.