The aurora australis was seen for the first time on the evening of March 28.
The nightly displays of aurora australis were not very brilliant as the moon was nearing the full.
We made many excellent observations of the aurora australis in all parts of the heavens.
Called aurora borealis or aurora australis, according to the hemisphere in which it occurs.
In the night the aurora australis made a very brilliant and luminous appearance.
In the night the aurora australis was visible, but very faint, and no ways remarkable.
The 'aurora australis' is sometimes seen, but is not distinguished by superior brilliancy.
No; it is one of the few really intense appearances of the aurora australis that receives us now.
We observed the aurora australis many times, but only a few of its appearances were specially powerful.