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The '''Aurora '''was a phenomenon caused by storms of charged particles and solar rays interacting with the atmosphere.<ref name="NL2">{{Ref|book|1|2}}</ref> [[Marisa Coulter]] spent 3 months observing the Aurora on one of her expeditions to the North.<ref name="NL4">{{ref|book|1|4}}</ref> The charged particles in the Aurora make the matter in one world thin, allowing one to see through it to other worlds.<ref>[[Northern Lights|''Northern Lights'']], Chapter 11</ref>
 
The '''Aurora '''was a phenomenon caused by storms of charged particles and solar rays interacting with the atmosphere.<ref name="NL2">{{Ref|book|1|2}}</ref> [[Marisa Coulter]] spent 3 months observing the Aurora on one of her expeditions to the North.<ref name="NL4">{{ref|book|1|4}}</ref> The charged particles in the Aurora make the matter in one world thin, allowing one to see through it to other worlds.<ref>[[Northern Lights|''Northern Lights'']], Chapter 11</ref>
   
The Aurora was also mentioned when [[Lord Asriel]] was speaking to the scholars about [[Dust]] in [[Northern Lights]].
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The Aurora was also mentioned when [[Lord Asriel]] was speaking to the scholars about [[Dust]].
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==

Revision as of 09:48, June 28, 2018

Cittàgazze aurora

Cittàgazze seen through the Aurora

The Aurora was a phenomenon caused by storms of charged particles and solar rays interacting with the atmosphere.[1] Marisa Coulter spent 3 months observing the Aurora on one of her expeditions to the North.[2] The charged particles in the Aurora make the matter in one world thin, allowing one to see through it to other worlds.[3]

The Aurora was also mentioned when Lord Asriel was speaking to the scholars about Dust.

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. Northern Lights, Chapter 2
  2. Northern Lights, Chapter 4
  3. Northern Lights, Chapter 11
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