Posted October 11, 2018 08:53:05 It’s not just the light pollution that makes this an eye-opening night in Arizona.
You might also recognize it as the first and only night the northern light has been seen over the state.
The northern lights were first recorded by the amateur astronomer Carl Sagan in 1966.
Sagan has been studying the northern glow for decades and has even created an interactive app called “Northern Lights in Arizona.”
The app allows you to watch the light with your phone, and then go back and watch the northern part of the light from different points of the sky.
You can also view the lights in 3D by downloading an app called SkyQuest 3D.
You also can watch the Northern Lights in 3-D by purchasing a 3D glasses from the Apple Store or Amazon.
The Northern Lights have been photographed over northern Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado, and you can watch them from different locations in the United States, Europe, Asia and Canada.
The night sky is a wonderful place to watch celestial events, and the Northern lights will be a highlight of this season’s astronomical viewing.
The sky has been dark for months in the northern states, and scientists are predicting that it will last for months and maybe even longer.
Scientists say that the night sky will be full of starbursts and nebulas.
The stars will appear to be moving from east to west, with the Milky Way expanding.
The Milky Way will then be seen in the night to be forming, with a new constellation forming.
Scientists predict that the Northern Light will start to appear as early as March 25, 2019.
What do you think about the Northern light?
How long will it last?
What are some other amazing nights to look at?