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Last Updated: Apr 26, 2017 03:02AM UTC
Fortin, Jacey. (2017, April 25). That Ghostly, Glowing Light Above Canada? It’s Just Steve.

Sutherland, Scott. (2017, April 25). Meet 'Steve', a mysterious type of aurora spied over Canada.

Summers-Lubar, Geordie. (2017, April 25). An Alberta group discovered a mysterious light crossing the night sky. They call it Steve.

Lewin, Sarah. (2017, April 24). New Aurora Feature Named Steve

(2017, April 23). New Atmospheric Phenomenon Named Steve Discovered by Aurora Watchers. 

(2017, April 23). Aurora Photographers Find New Night Sky lights and Call them Steve.

Dvorsky, George. (2017, April 21). What the Hell is This Beautiful Thing?

Rider, Honora. (2017, April 21). When Swarm met Steve. ESA. 

Howell, Elizabeth. (2016, March 22). Crowdsourced Aurora Sightings Map Solar StormsDiscovery News.

Redd, Nola. (2016, March 16). Aurorasaurus Proves the Crowd Knows Best About Northern
Daley, Jason. (2016, March 11). With Breathtaking Pictures, Citizen Scientists Help Map

Mortillaro, Nicole. (2016, March 9). Scientists Want Your Help to Better Predict Northern 
Patel, Kasha. (2016, March 7). Citizen Scientists Help NASA Researchers Understand

Crugnale, James. (2016, February 9). Stargazers Spot Mysterious Aurora in 
Solon, Olivia. (2015, December 4). Northern Lights now appear in central Europe and much of USNew Scientist.

Patel, Kasha. (2015, Sept 14). Turning our gaze skywards. Laboratory News.

Wright, Andy. (2015, Sept 8). The Aurora Hunters Who Spend All Year Chasing the Lights. Atlas Obscura.

Mason, Betsy. (2015, July 2). The 'Aurorasaurus' maps this year's spectacular auroras. Wired.

Aleph, Faena. (2015, June 29). Twitter, the new ally of of auroras. Faena Aleph.

Schontzler, Gail. (2015, June 24). Northern lights inspire local photographers. Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

Blakemore, Erin. (2015, May 17). Twitter is Helping Scientists Spot More Northern Lights

Oskin, Becky. (2015, May 14). Illuminating Tweets: Northern Lights Tracked Via TwitterLiveScience.

MacDonald, Elizabeth. (2015, May 5). The Environmental Outlook: Citizen ScientistsThe Diane Rehm Show. Radio.

Hendry, Erica. (2015, May 5). Want To Be A Citizen Scientist? Here’s Where To StartThe Diane Rehm Show blog.

Sumner, Thomas. (2015, April 3). Spot the northern lights with AurorasaurusScience News.

Rozell, Ned. (2015, April 3). Alaska Science Forum: Citizen science, social media meets the auroraJuneau Empire.

Rozell, Ned. (2015, April 2). Citizen science meets the auroraGeophysical Institute.

Dybas, Cheryl. (2015, March 31). Springtime night lights: Finding the auroraNational Science Foundation.

Stone, Maddie. (2015 March 29). Citizen Scientists are Helping Map the Aurora Like Never BeforeGizmodo.

Patel, Kasha. Voiland, Adam. (2015, March 28). Looking Down and Up at the AuroraNASA’s Earth Observatory.

Spears, Chris. (2015, March 18). Colorado Didn’t See Northern Lights, But They Were As Close As NebraskaCBS4- Denver. 

Modjeski, Morgan. (2015, March 2). Citizen scientists in Calgary help boost interest in astronomy, contribute to researchMetro News Canada.
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