Re: Northern Lights


From: vdexter@tidepool.com (Ginny)
Subject: Re: Northern Lights
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 1997 16:53:35 GMT


At 1:22 AM 4/12/97, Dee Ann Walker wrote:
>Hi!
>
>I have once again tried to post a note to the discuss-lfm group by simply
>typing in a message on the reply command, and maybe it will still come
>up.  I am actually getting the digest version, but I thought I could
>still reply.  Anyway, it case it doesn't I thought I would send the
>messge to you and you could let me know what I'm doing wrong.
>
>Here's a copy of what I sent.
>
>Hi!
>
>I hope everyone receives this message.  I sent one before, but never
>saw it posted.
>
>Anyway, we had a fantastic view of the Northern Lights
>last night.  The curtains of lavender, the pulsating umbrella of
>phosphorescent green, the tinge of pale yellow, along with
>Comet Hale-Bopp streaking through the skies, and a brilliant golden-red
>Mars made for a memorable evening.
>
>Our latitude is 55 degrees,  41.19 minutes north and 132 degrees, 31.35
>minutes west.
>We were hoping for another colorful night, but it is cloudy and
>raining--typical for Southeast Alaska.
>
>To answer another question, I was fortunate to be a NEWEST participant at
>NASA Ames Research Center the summer of '95.  That experience is still
>making a tremendously positive impact on the way I teach.  Thank you NASA
>and to all of you for sharing your expertise.
>
>Dee Ann Walker
>
>Thanks Ginny!  Let me know what I should do.:)
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>Dee Ann Walker   Email:walk1900@spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov