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Weak year for aurora may not have stopped tourists

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Posted: Sunday, December 29, 2013 12:15 am

FAIRBANKS — In a rare event that happens on a roughly 11 year-cycle, the charged particles that cause the aurora borealis are hitting a maximum this winter.

Almost as rare, Alaska's second largest city received a wave of coverage this year from major international travel publications including The Lonely Planet and National Geographic, advising visitors that this is a good year to come see the northern lights.

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