- au·ro·ral·ly, adverb
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Scientists have known about these “stable auroral red arcs” for decades.Amateur astronomers reveal clues to a mysterious double aurora | Asa Stahl | August 29, 2022 | Science News For Students
It sits on the southern edge of the auroral oval, which is a band hugging the northernmost latitudes where the aurora is most common.The aurora borealis skipped this Alaska photography class. But some swinging light cords saved the night. | Bailey Berg | February 26, 2021 | Washington Post
As the days went by and the equinox drew near, auroral phenomena were with few exceptions visible on clear evenings.
During such a period auroral displays were usually of nightly occurrence.
auroral displays were rather frequent but not very pronounced, and in most cases could only be classed as "glows."