The Recent Nocturnal Glows

@article{BraunerTheRN,
  title={The Recent Nocturnal Glows},
  author={Bohuslav Brauner},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={78},
  pages={221-221}
}
THE peculiar light phenomenon at midnight on June 30, which was seen, according to the papers, on the northern part of tne sity at Copenhagen, Königsberg, Berlin, Vienna, Biala, and other places, was also observed by me at Prague. At 1h. 30m. a.m. on July 1, I saw in the direction N.E. and N.N.E. a peculiar strong orange-yellow light over the horizon, the colour of which was more orange in its lower parts and more yellow in its higher parts. Its upper limit was lying twenty to thirty degrees… 
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