Earth, northern lights at night from space station

Just for fun. Take two min­utes to enjoy and relieve stress with this video cap­tured from the Inter­na­tion­al Space Sta­tion trav­el­ing over the Earth at night. The ISS trav­els through danc­ing auro­ras. Solar pan­els are on the edges of the frame. 

My favorite web­site. Astron­o­my Pho­to of the Day. 

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2 Responses to Earth, northern lights at night from space station

  1. Tomfinger2073 says:

    The small, yel­low­ish spots of light at the out­set of the clip appear to be light­en­ing flash­es in the clouds rather than North­ern Lights which are bluer and high­er in the atmos­phere as can be seen in the sec­ond half of the video.

  2. Roseann says:

    Could not open North­ern Lights, but loved your favorite web­site AND the Gun­gor Video!

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