Spectacular swirling auroras over Swedish mountains.
Spectacular Display of the Northern Lights in Norway
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“A hundred miles above the earth, the Aurora lights up the sky. After travelling millions of miles across space, solar winds, attracted by the magnetic pull of the poles, collide with the earth’s atmosphere. Trillions of charged particles dance across the sky.”
If you’re like me and wish you could see the aurora borealis in real life (but probably won’t ever have the chance), watch this!
Earth’s Natural Beauty in Time Lapse (via @mashable)
Time-lapse videos shot with a low-light camera on board the International Space Station between August and October, 2011.