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An aurora borealis seen from the International Space Station by umer zahid. - This is amazing and just reminds of us of how beautiful nature is!
An aurora (plural: auroras or aurorae) is a natural light display in the sky particularly in the high latitude (Arctic and Antarctic) regions, caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere (thermosphere). The charged particles originate in the magnetosphere and solar wind and, on Earth, are directed by the Earth's magnetic field into the atmosphere.
Aurora Borealis as seen from the International Space Station. Beautiful. Words cannot describe the depth of beauty that God has bestowed on us, if we just open our eyes, release the hate from our hearts, and just let the beauty flow through you. I believe it would be a much better and easier time here on Earth.
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Aurora Borealis seen from a DIFFERENT angle from most photos - a glowing neon green Northern Lights trail as seen from the International Space Station far above the earth's atmosphere. - DdO http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/universe-lights
An aurora borealis seen from international space station, via in science we trust facebook page. The green color due to ionized oxygen.
• 2 years ago
Does anybody know why this happens??
• 2 years ago
• 2 years ago
Yes, the rotation of the earth and magnetic fields. More pronounced in the Northern parts of the world
Aurora seen from the International Space Station
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The Aurora Borealis as seen from the International space station.
Aurora Borealis as seen from the International Space Station.
Northern Lights from Space, NASA We saw it from inside the Arctic Circle in Northern Norway.
view of the picturesque church of St. Magdalena in the Val di Funes, Italy. The hills are covered in yellow dandelions and those jagged peaks in the background are the Dolomites. so beautiful.
International Space Station silhouetted against the moon
After running from away from them, I knew I couldn't go back. I couldn't go back to living like nothing had ever happened. Nothing could erase that memory from my mind. Nothing.
From the International Space Station: Looking at thousands of years of human history
This is our amazing world! The Aurora Borealis as seen from the International space station.
Source URL: http://imgur.com/gallery/BUfFE