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Added by Milena on 1 Dec 2013 01:34
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Breathtaking photos of the Northern Lights

Aurora borealis in Iceland
In rare instances, high-altitude oxygen molecules give the aurora borealis a red color.
Aurora borealis in Iceland
This incredible photo showcases not only the Northern Lights, but the craggy topography of Iceland, including mountains and a waterfall.
Aurora borealis in Iceland
Photographer David Mark Castan shot photos of the green-tinged aurora borealis in Iceland.
Aurora borealis in Canada
Photograher Richard Gottardo said that snapping all those beautiful pictures made him tired - especially when the sudzero temeratures froze his energy drink.
Aurora borealis in Canada
The aurora borealis is caused by a collision between electrons from solar winds and particles in the Earth's atmosphere.
Aurora borealis in Canada
Photographer Richard Gottardo created a two minute time-lapse video from nearly 4,000 photos.
Aurura borealis in Canada
Photographer Richard Gottardo endured freezing temperatures in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada to shoot a stunning time lapse of the aurora borealis?
Aurora borealis in Iceland
The green color is caused by oxygen molecules located in the Earth's atmosphere.

The Northern Light, or aurora Borealis, is caused by the collision of solar particles in the Earth's atmosphere.

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