Definitions for "Aurora australis"
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The aurora in the southern hemisphere, also known as the southern lights. THE PAGE) (CLOSE WINDOW)
Translated as "great glowing of the sky," the Southern Lights can be seen regularly where the earth's magnetic field lines converge at the South Magnetic Pole.
The Aurora Australis is an icebreaker under the command of the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD). Designed as a multi-purpose research and resupply ship, it was built by P&O Polar and launched in September 1989.
Aurora Australis written during the Nimrod Expedition of Antarctica led by Ernest Shackleton. The men of the expedition wrote, typeset and printed on a small hand press the 120-page Aurora Australis, the first book published in Antarctica.
The Aurora Australis is a ship used by Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE) to supply its bases in Antarctica and for oceanographic research. The ship was built by P&O Polar and was launched in September of 1989. It is ninety-four metres long and 3600 tonnes in weight.