Scientists study Saturn's auroras to understand northern lights

04/23/2013 | Space.com

Scientists trying to understand the northern lights will study auroras on Saturn. They kicked off their month-long project with a live webcast from Hawaii's Keck Observatory. "We're hoping to get much more depth to the observations we have taken -- filling in a far more complete picture of the aurora as a whole, rather than disconnected parts," said astronomer Tom Stallard of the University of Leicester in the U.K.

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