Northern Lights

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Photo: Nobert Rosing

These images were taken on a bitter cold spring night in Canada. The shape of the aurora can vary widely from a dull glow to arcs to streaks called “curtains” that always run east-west,  changing constantly. The lights tend to occur the most in autumn (between September and October) and spring (between March and April) but are always most intense during the 11-year sunspot cycle.

Source: Discovery News

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