Difference between revisions of "Arctic Environments/Sky/Features"

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This section provides a thorough introduction to the Arctic sky. To learn about the midday moon, the midnight sun, the northern lights, or arctic mirages, browse the topics below.
 
This section provides a thorough introduction to the Arctic sky. To learn about the midday moon, the midnight sun, the northern lights, or arctic mirages, browse the topics below.
  
*[[Polar_Environments/Sky_Features/Aurora_Borealis | Aurora Borealis]]
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*[[Arctic_Environments/Sky_Features/Aurora_Borealis | Aurora Borealis]]
*[[Polar_Environments/Sky_Features/Clouds | Clouds]]
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*[[Arctic_Environments/Sky_Features/Clouds | Clouds]]
*[[Polar_Environments/Sky_Features/Mirages | Mirages]]
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*[[Arctic_Environments/Sky_Features/Mirages | Mirages]]
*[[Polar_Environments/Sky_Features/Stars | Stars]]
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*[[Arctic_Environments/Sky_Features/Stars | Stars]]
*[[Polar_Environments/Sky_Features/Sun_And_Moon | Sun and Moon]]
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*[[Arctic_Environments/Sky_Features/Sun_And_Moon | Sun and Moon]]

Revision as of 19:28, 28 October 2019

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And the skies of night were alive with light, with a throbbing, thrilling flame;

Amber and rose and violet, opal and gold it came.

It swept the sky like a giant scythe, it quivered back to a wedge;

Argently bright, it cleft the night with a wavy golden edge.

Pennants of silver waved and streamed, lazy banners unfurled;

Sudden splendors of sabres gleamed, lightning javelins were hurled.

There in our awe we crouched and saw with our wild, uplifted eyes

Charge and retire the hosts of fire in the battlefield of the skies.

~Robert Service

This section provides a thorough introduction to the Arctic sky. To learn about the midday moon, the midnight sun, the northern lights, or arctic mirages, browse the topics below.