The Magnetic Disturbances of September 29 and Aurora Borealis

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SOME details of an unusually bright aurora, seen at Omaha, U.S.A., on the night of September 28, local time, may be of interest to the readers of NATURE in connection with the three-hour magnetic disturbance recorded on our magnetograms between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m. of September 29, Greenwich time.

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SIDGREAVES, W., J., S. The Magnetic Disturbances of September 29 and Aurora Borealis. Nature 78, 663 (1908) doi:10.1038/078663a0

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