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Originally posted by foremanator
I believe that would be the Sun.
It doesn't stay up for very long down there. Depending on the time of year
From: Mawson scientist
Sent: Monday, 6 April 2009 12:12 PM
To: Contact person
Subject: RE: lights over mawson [Sec=Unclassified]
Sorry to disappoint your enquirer but its actually an aurora, we are getting lots of them at the moment
Scientist at Mawson
Station Leader 2009
Australian Antarctic Division
Originally posted by internos
All i can say is that the Moon was way below the horizon at the time, while the Sun covered a trajectory perfectly consistent with what we see.