A fairly internet-breaking 360 degree, 8K time-lapse of the Aurora Borealis over Fairbanks Alaska during the lunar eclipse at the end of January.
You’ll be wanting several viewings at full screen with music up and plenty of mouse dragging to peruse the atmospheric eye candy.
The Northern Lights at Malin Head, Donegal, on Saturday night at 10.30pm.
Thanks Fat Frog
A view of the Auroras (the Northern and Southern Lights) as seen from the International Space Station this month.
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Terje Sorgjerd spent a week capturing one of the biggest aurora borealis shows in recent years. Shot in and around Kirkenes and Pas National Park bordering Russia, at 70 degree north and 30 degrees east. Temperatures around -25 Celsius.
A full-screener. Sound up.
Aurora Borealis Norway and The Most Spectacular Light-Show On Earth
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An incredible timelapse video of the
Aurora Borealis over Tromsø, Norway by Tor Even Mathisen. The individual frames can be seen on his Flick photostream.
The Most Spectacular Light Show On Earth
Aurora Borealis – visible in polar regions where it illuminates the northern horizon at night – is notoriously difficult to capture.
But not impossible.
Check out this
barely believable 21 pic photo gallery.