A majestic Spiral Aurora over Iceland, captured late last month, noted by Icelanders for its great brightness and quick development. Image credit Davide Necchi
This rare image of the aurora australis, is a well-deserved bonus for the crew of 13 who are spending the winter months in Concordia station
A very bright Aurora captured from the Space Station on orbit, by astronaut Scott Kelly. Take a look at the video…
“Edge of Stability” highlights some of the most unique, awe-inspiring, and incredibly strange sights on the planet. A result of over 70,000 individual high resolution
This magnificent video about Auroras – Northern Lights, filmed at the peak of solar activity, in March 2015.
This spectacular aurora captured from the Space Station by NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, on June 23, 2015.
The Space Station is flying over a spectacular rare red aurora, generated by a trio of coronal mass ejections from the sun.
An epic auroral display, a dark night, few clouds and a body of water that was both calm enough and unfrozen to show reflected stars.
This stunning expansive fisheye view of ice, Moon with a halo, Jupiter and Aurora was captured at Jökulsárlón Beach, southeast Iceland. Image credit Stéphane Vetter (Nuits
What it feels like to stand on an Aurora? What it’s like to see the Earth from orbit. Watch astronaut Chris Hadfield in the video…