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polar lights

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(Astronomy) the aurora borealis in the N hemisphere or the aurora australis in the S hemisphere
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According to the site, the approaching solar storm will make auroras or polar lights more prominent.
The fish in the beach scene make me smile, as do the pine trees in Polar Lights. Creative challenges make me happy.
Its color gradient, a spectrum ranging from green to pink, purple, and blue, was not computer-generated; instead, Ditz collaged pictures of polar lights, which appealed to her because of their fairly random distribution of hues, the slight graininess of the photographs, and the subliminal presence of a natural phenomenon.
These are shafts or curtains of polar lights in the night sKy which can be spectacular.
"Polar Lights", a band of young musicians from Nagaland, also performed at the event.
According to information on its website, ConocoPhillips also has a Russian JV with Rosneft OJSC (MCX:ROSN), called Polar Lights Co.
There are still two types of JVs: those operated by foreign firms, like Polar Lights involving ConocoPhillips, and those operated by Russian firms like LUKoil-AIK.
In the ConocoPhillips-operated Polar Lights in Russia's far north, LUKoil's AGD holds 30% and Rosneft has 20%.
He also discusses aurora forecasting and polar lights on other planets.
"They can be seen there feasting and playing football with a walrus skull." Ancient European legends explained the polar lights as souls of the dead in battle or the spirits of the murdered.
There are two categories of producing joint ventures: JVs operated by foreign companies, like Polar Lights of Conoco, which produce about 540,000 b/d of oil, and JVs operated by Russian companies.