Over an outlined map of North America are superimposed multiple all-sky image animations, showing the cameras' coverage across the continent under the auroral oval

Eyes on the Aurora Part 1: What is an All-Sky Camera?

Guest post by Aurorasaurus Ambassador Jeremy Kuzub This article is the first of three about how researchers and citizen scientists record and explore years of auroral activity using all-sky cameras, keograms, and software visualizations. What if you could stand under the aurora-filled night sky and watch everything from horizon to horizon, all night, every night,[…]

Calling Out and Calling In

A message from our founder, Dr. Liz MacDonald On June 10, 2020, there was an organized event to shut down STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in support of Black Lives Matter. Aurorasaurus participated with a day of reflective practice alongside members of our community and the scientific community (agenda pasted below). We stand firmly[…]