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Aurora: The Northern Lights in Mythology, History, and Science epub

by Harald Falck-Ytter


Aurora: The Northern Lights in Mythology, History, and Science epub

ISBN: 0880101237

ISBN13: 978-0880101233

Author: Harald Falck-Ytter

Category: Science

Subcategory: Earth Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Pr; First American Edition edition (August 1, 1985)

Pages: 167 pages

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by Harald Falck-Ytter (Author), Robin Alexander (Author), Torbjorn Lovgren (Photographer) & 0 more. Ordinarily, the arcs mainly appear as a white diffused light in which no other configurations are yet present.

by Harald Falck-Ytter (Author), Robin Alexander (Author), Torbjorn Lovgren (Photographer) & 0 more. They are static to begin with and can remain so for several hours, and are most often visible in the early hours of evening. Gradually, a pulsing and flowing movement evolves within the arcs, which appear as a vertical structure of rays, taking on a green or yellow-green color as the auroral display develops. When this structure begins to move, other colors appear, such as red.

The colorful light of the aurora borealis appears in the sparsely populated polar regions of the North during its long winter nights. Little is known about this ethereal occurrence, which provides dazzling displays of ghostly light and movement. The author has spent years studying the aurora, and in this book he reveals the mythology that surrounds the aurora in various northern cultures as well as the science behind the phenomenon as it has developed through history.

The colorful light of the aurora borealis appears in the sparsely populated polar regions of the North, during the long .

The colorful light of the aurora borealis appears in the sparsely populated polar regions of the North, during the long winter nights. Little is known about this ethereal occurrence, which gives dazzling displays of ghostly light and movement. Beautifully illustrated, this book gives a comprehensive understanding of a mysterious dynamic that has fascinated and alarmed northern communities throughout the ages.

By: Harald Falck-Ytter.

Reveals the Mythology that surrounds the Aurora in different Northern Cultures, as well as the science behind the phenomenon, as it has developed through history. By: Harald Falck-Ytter. 143 pages, Col photos, figs. Publisher: Floris Books. Bestsellers in General Natural History. Emperors, Admirals & Chimney Sweepers.

The Aurora Zone is THE original Northern Lights holiday company. Many of our Swedish forefathers believed the lights to be a gift from benevolent gods providing warmth and light in the form of a volcano in the north. We have built up an extensive range of trusted and knowledgeable Aurora guides, photographers and experts throughout Northern Scandinavia and combined with our 6-point Aurora hunting plan, we are quite simply your best chance for seeing the Northern Lights.

Harald Falck-Ytter; Robin Alexander Aurora : The Northern Lights in Mythology, History and Science. ISBN 13: 9780880104685. Aurora : The Northern Lights in Mythology, History and Science. Harald Falck-Ytter; Robin Alexander.

by HARALD FALCK YTTER. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780863150203. Release Date: January 1985.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. April 16, 2010 History. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Aurora from your list? Aurora. the northern lights in mythology, history, and science. by Harald Falck-Ytter. Published 1985 by Floris Books, Anthroposophic Press in Edinburgh, Spring Valley, . Auroras, Internet Archive Wishlist.

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Minneapolis, Carolrhoda Books, c1994. The northern lights: their heritage and science. Aurora: the northern lights in mythology, history, and science. 48 p. (Juvenile literature). Stephenson, F. Richard, David M. Willis, and Thomas J. Hallinan. Translated by James Anderson. Oslo, Grøndahl Dreyer, c1994. photographs by Torbjörn Lövgren ;. Edinburgh, Floris, 1985.

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