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Aurora Borealis in Finland. The sun gives off high-energy charged particles (called ions) that travel out into space at speeds up to 1200 kilometers per second. A cloud of such particles is called a plasma. The stream of plasma coming from the sun is known as the solar wind. As the solar wind interacts with the edge of the earth's magnetic field, some of the particles are trapped and follow the lines of magnetic force down into the ionosphere. When the particles hit the gases they glow.
I want to see the beautiful Northern Lights. On my bucket list!
Aurora Borealis over Finland Beautiful!
Northern lights in Finland / Pekka Parviainen. I want to go to Finland anyway, but if I could see the northern lights at the same time it would be amazing!!
Electric Valentine Photograph by Øystein Lunde Ingvaldsen the sky over Bø in Vesterålen, Norway.
The Heart of the Northern Lights by Jan Geerk, via 500px; Tromsø, Norway
Northern Lights in Ersfjordbotn. See more on the northern lights here: www.northernlight...
Simple stone windmill under the Northern Lights Photographer or artist unknown. (Feel free to comment if you know!)
Northern Lights - Norway.I want to go here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz
Northern Lights - Greenland
✮ Northern light - Norway.I want to go here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz
A light house in Iceland dancing with the northern lights. See more videos, tours, self drives for northern lights holidays in Iceland here: www.northernlight...
Viewing the Northern Lights in Iceland
This would be amazing! Renting a glass igloo in Finland to sleep under the northern lights
Aurora Borealis. Another example of the Aurora being formed along the electromagnetic currents flux.