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Green smoke by Frank Olsen "In this photo the green band of Auroras seem like smoke from the top of the rock. Picture was taken at 1 am in the morning on December 20 - This is a smal island on the northwest coast of Norway.

Wow, crazy night out there! We had another wonderful aurora display here in the northern Banff skies, but it is this feature, almost to the South, that got most of my attention last night: A rather.

Auroras or polar lights are mesmerizing natural light display in the skies of high latitude regions. They are caused when energetic electrically charged particles from solar wind accelerate along the magnetic field lines into the upper atmosphere, where they collide with gas atoms, causing the atoms to give off light. The auroral zone is typically 10° to 20° from the magnetic poles.

Auroras - This breathtaking phenomenon happens when wind particles pick up speed as they travel along magnetic fields and head skyward to the atmosphere - where they abruptly smash into gas atoms and result in a multicolored horizon.

Through a window in the clouds aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) appear in a spooky form over winter landscape of northern Canada. Yuichi Takasaka, Blue-moon.ca

What does this aurora look like to you? While braving the cold to watch the skies above northern Canada early one morning in a most unusual aurora appeared.



Just another world and universe citizen...

Aurora Moonset by CJ Kale was photo of the day on January Earth Shots is a photo of the day contest celebrating the beauty and diversity of our planet.

*Pools, outdoors, landscape, mountains* - Elle Decor Italia by www.ciave-design.com, via Flickr

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