Pics or it didn't happen.
Pretty beautiful and massive.
Charged solar particles slamming into our atmosphere at thousands of miles a second make such lovely patterns.
Could it be the Grinch? Or the Green Goblin? Or nothing at all...?
Kinda makes you want to have a staycation
What are you waiting for?
All of the lights.
The sky looked especially stunning over Northumberland, the Lake District, Scotland, the Brecon Beacons, and Northern Ireland.
A severe geomagnetic storm Tuesday spawned widespread colorful aurora in the skies from the United States to Finland.
Are you for real?
Whoa, pretty cool.
The shortlist for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 has been announced. And wow.
Keep doing what you're doing, NASA. It's incredible.
The Aurora Borealis lit up the UK last night, and it was beautiful.
Imagine looking up at the Northern Lights from a cozy hotel room 250 km above the Arctic Circle.
Now there's something you don't see every night. On Monday, October 24th a huge cloud of particles from the Sun hit the Earth. The resulting geomagnetic storm touched off one of the brightest flare ups in the Aurora Borealis in decades.