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  • Mark Brower

    This is a photo of Aurora Australis taken from the International Space Station (ISS) on the 15th of July 2012. The southern lights, and their cousins the northern lights, occur when particles from the sun hit atmospheric gases, exciting the gas molecules and creating the breath-taking, dancing colors that can be seen at high and low latitudes.

  • Julie Medeiros

    Aurora borealis from the International Space Station

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