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Auroral boundaries convey important information about the state of the magnetosphere. There have been numerous studies of the statistical behavior of these boundaries, but little is known about their relative latitudinal positions. We have conducted a survey of the NASA FAST satellite data, focusing on roughly meridional auroral "transits", allowing the comparison of relative latitudes of the boundaries at roughly the same magnetic local time. We focused on night-side transits as our objectivesdoi:10.11575/prism/27608 fatcat:v76k3oslkjhsrk7rlipn34cwa4