Rare Pink Aurora Nitrogen Fringe Explodes Over Sweden


Aurora can take almost all colors of the rainbow!

One of the rarest and most magical appearance is when it turns pink… Like in this picture and the videos! Amazing!

Sweden’s Abisko National Park is one of the best place to observe nothern lights.

On December 9, 2014, Chad Blakley suddenly noticed the snow turning green outside his Sami hut.

He stepped outside and starred with amazement that the sky wasn’t only green but had also a rare and remarkable fringe of pink.

The pink auroras streaked across the sky for about five minutes. SO LONG!

Well this is crazy!

The pink phenomenon is called “nitrogen fringe” and occurs when the energetic particles descend lower than usual, striking nitrogen molecules at the 100 km level and below.

Did you know auroras make weird chirping sounds?

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