A stunning green aurora slathers up the sky in this 2017 June 25 snapshot from the International Space Station.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch snapped this stunning image of an aurora, from the International Space Station.
Spectacular images featuring the fluttering auroras at the north pole of Saturn, by NASA/ESA Hubble Space telescope.
For the first time, scientists have ground and satellite views of ‘Steve,’ a thin purple ribbon of light, a new aurora. Watch it on the
8K 360 video of the Aurora Borealis and Lunar Eclipse near Fairbanks, Alaska.
An unexpectedly strong blast from the Sun hit Mars this month, observed by NASA missions in orbit and on the surface.
Southern Lights taken from the Space Station, as it was moving over the southern Indian Ocean towards the Great Australian Bight and Melbourne, Australia.
A glowing green aurora seen from Space Station 250 miles up.
No this is not an alien planet. It’s our planet seen from the Space Station through the shimmering glow of aurora.
Striking new light phenomenon that aurora experts said that is not a cataloged phenomenon.