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Aurora Australis from space

From space, the aurora is a crown of light that circles each of Earth’s poles. The IMAGE satellite captured this view of the aurora australis (southern lights) on September 2005

Orange Aurora Borealis ~bysemi-detached - Stewart (Is is just me or does anyone else see a bird in flight?) Yes, a dove in flight.

"Northern lights at Pentland Hills, Edinburgh, Scotland" Photo by ~Semi-detached~ (Stewart) April 20 2008 West Linton, Scotland, United Kingdom

Aurora over the south pole as seen by NASA's IMAGE.

Colliding Auroras Produce an Explosion of Light

Colorful auroras spread across Canada and some northern US states Friday night when the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) near Earth unexpectedly tilted south, sparking a geomagnetic storm.

First Auroras Spotted in 2005

Aurora Borealis in a view from space. Colorful auroras spread across Canada and some northern US states Friday night when the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) near Earth unexpectedly tilted south, sparking a geomagnetic storm.

Creature Aurora Over Norway  Image Credit & Copyright: Ole C. Salomonsen (Arctic Light Photo)

"CREATURE" On October a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) hit Earth, displaying multi-colored auroras across the sky for most of the night in Kattfjordeidet, Tromsø, Norway.

BLUE AURORAS: Northern Lights are usually green, and sometimes red. Those are the colors produced by oxygen when it is excited by electrons raining down from space. On Feb. 22nd, Micha Bäuml of Straumfjord, Norway, witnessed an appariton of aurora-blue.

BLUE AURORAS: Northern Lights are usually green, and sometimes red. Those are the colors produced by oxygen when it is excited by electrons raining down from space. Micha Bäuml of Straumfjord, Norway, witnessed an appariton of aurora-blue.

Aurora seen from the International Space Station. Check out that cool T-Shirt here:  https://www.sunfrog.com/Earth-day-T-Shirt-hoodie-Black-Guys.html?53507

Aurora seen from the International Space Station- I can only imagine being in the space station and enjoying this incredible view!

15 Breathtaking Photos of This Weekend's Vivid Aurora Borealis http://mic.com/articles/98818/15-breathtaking-photos-of-this-weekend-s-vivid-aurora-borealis?utm_term=0_51f2320b33-deaaa68f87-285422221&utm_content=buffer01674&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer by http://www.zirigoza.eu?utm_content=bufferfd97a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

(This is about the color palette I think of when you say aurora ~DM )Kuopio, Finland: aurora borealis

An aurora in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, October 1, 2012 due to the effects of a coronal mass ejection that erupted three days earlier. Photo credit: Joseph Bradley.

Coronal Mass Ejection Causes Colorful Aurora. An aurora in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, that appeared in the sky in the early hours of Oct. 2012 due to the effects of a coronal mass ejection (CME) that erupted from the sun three days earlier.

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