19th century auroral observations reveal solar activity patterns
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Volume 78, Issue 14, pages 145–150, 8 April 1997
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1997), 19th century auroral observations reveal solar activity patterns, Eos Trans. AGU, 78(14), 145–150, doi:10.1029/97EO00090.(
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