Observations are reported of radio waves in the range 2.5-6 MHz, emitted by the aurora. Two distinct types of emissions are seen: bursts, which are broad band emissions with a time scale of the order of .1 sec, and roars, which are narrow band (300 kHz) emissions with a time scale of ten minutes.
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