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    An aurora borealis seen from the International Space Station

    Solar storm creates some awesome light shows!

    Northern Lights from Space

    Eruption of Sarychev volcano on the Kuril Islands, Russia, caught by astronauts on the International Space Station.


    This is incredible, real time footage of the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis filmed on January 24th during the peak of a Solar Storm. This is not time-lapse, this is how the Northern Lights really can dance and move across the sky. The colours are true as well. We even captured a shooting star at 02:30.

    Earth and Moon

    Antarctica from Space by NASA.

    Saturn Aurora as seen from Hubble

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    aurora borealis... Norway

    Awesome pictures

    Arc of Light - Astrophotographer Mike Killian took this photo from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Aug. 24, 2012, as the Atlas 5 rocket shot off to explore Earth's Van Allen radiation belts.

    The ‘Hand of God’ Nebula

    Eclipse from the moon...

    Using ESO's Very Large Telescope, an international team of astronomers has discovered a stunning rare case of a triple merger of galaxies. This system, which astronomers have dubbed 'The Bird' - although it also bears resemblance with a cosmic Tinker Bell - is composed of two massive spiral galaxies and a third irregular galaxy.

    International Space Station.

    Aurora Borealis

    What a total lunar eclipse looks like from space.

    composite of a series of images photographed from a mounted camera on the Earth-orbiting International Space Station, from approximately 240 miles above Earth by astronaut Donald Pettit

    It's the dim star, not the bright one, near the centre of NGC 3132 that created this odd but beautiful planetary nebula. Nicknamed the Eight-Burst Nebula and the Southern Ring Nebula, the glowing gas originated in the outer layers of a star like our Sun.