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    Aurora Lights seen from space.. Aurora Australis (11 September 2005) as captured by NASA's IMAGE satellite, digitally overlaid onto The Blue Marble composite image..

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    View from the International Space Station inhabited in low-earth orbit. Taken from the ISS Cupola, the largest window ever aboard a spacecraft, allowing us to see fly overs of oceans, continents, lakes, rivers and other wonders of the earth, including the " Northern Lights", Aurora Borealis.

  • James Orchard-Edwards

    The Aurora Borealis also know as the Northern lights are created by solar winds and can be found in the northern hemisphere. The Aurora Australis (the southern lights) can be found in the southern hemisphere of the Earth.

  • Carin Rutherford

    AURORA BOREALIS FROM SPACE | NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio | 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 11, 2005, four days after a record-setting solar flare sent plasma—an ionized gas of protons and electrons—flying towards the Earth. The ring of light that the solar storm generated over Antarctica glows green in the ultraviolet part of the spectrum, shown in this image. From the Earth’s surface, the ring would appear as a curtain of light shimmering across the night sky.

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