These aurora were so bright that they were even visible alongside the glaring city lights of Tromsø, Norway.
And also linked the famous Arctic Cathedral to heaven… or at least to the sky.
But this is just a start. During the late hours of Oct. 7th a co-rotating interaction region is expected to hit Earth’s magnetic field. Solar wind plasma concentrates in these regions, producing shock waves. Perfect for sparking auroras.
That’s one of my preferate northern lights video.
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