English: This is a picture of Aurora Borealis from canada. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska — The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, shines above Bear Lake. ( 64°42′N 148°30′W / °S °W / ; latd>90 (dm format) in latd latm longm : AFB east, Bear Lake west) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: An Aurora Borealis observed at Bossekop (Finmark, in northern Norway), on 19 January 1839. Illustration from ‘Electricity and Magnetism’ by Amedee Guillemin (1826-1893), published in London in 1891. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Aurora during a geomagnetic storm that was most likely caused by a coronal mass ejection from the Sun on 24 May 2010. Taken from the ISS. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Aurora Borealis as seen from Laberg, Salangen, Troms, Norway on new years eve 2005. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
via Spectacular displays of the northern lights or aurora borealis in northern Norway – Telegraph.