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© November 6th, 2001

“…The twin stars of Gemini, Castor and Pollux, shine just left of moonrise as it is softened by a light fog floating above open waters. Extremely rare red aurora vibrantly cascades through the eastern star-fields, blanketing the snow and frost with its sweet light across the Knik River Delta. The powerful moment doubles its beauty in the calm waters below. Intense red aurora displays like this only occur six to ten times a decade. But, for most people around the earth this is a once-in-a-lifetime show…”

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