Aurora and dawn

Surprising sight seen by airplane pilots and passengers on “red eye” flight Last night, April 19-20, a shock wave in the solar wind hit Earth’s magnetic field, sparking a moderately strong G2-class geomagnetic storm and rare “electric blue” auroras seen from airplanes in flight over Canada. Northern Lights spilled across the Canadian border into a…

Aurora and dawn

The International Space Station is the perfect place to watch the sun rise.

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Image: The Aurora and the Sunrise

"Sunrise crashes an aurora party over the southern hemisphere," said astronaut Ricky Arnold of the image he snapped from the International Space Station.

Thu 12 Apr 18 from Phys.org

NASA infrared image reveals the northern lights from space

The stunning image, captured on April 21st, shows the aurora borealis over North America. It shows the after effects of a major solar storm on April 19th, and was captured in infrared 'night ...

Wed 25 Apr 18 from Daily Mail

‘Electric Blue Auroras’ Delight Viewers During Geomagnetic Storm

Last week’s geomagnetic storm brought the latest in a string of colorful auroras spotted across the world. When an interplanetary shock wave blasted Earth Thursday night, the solar wind ...

Mon 23 Apr 18 from Geek.com

'Interplanetary Shock Wave' Spawns Electric-Blue Auroras

A moderate geomagnetic storm kicked up in Earth's skies this morning (April 20), bringing green and rare electric-blue auroras that stretched as far south as Indiana.

Sat 21 Apr 18 from SPACE.com

Nasa astronaut posts image of the Aurora Borealis mixing with sunrise

Nasa, based in Washington DC, has re-posted the Instagram post of American astronaut Ricky Arnold who witnessed the Aurora Borealis over Earth from the International Space Station.

Tue 17 Apr 18 from Daily Mail

NASA satellite spots northern lights from above

On Tuesday, NASA's Earth Observatory shared an image of the aurora borealis, or northern lights, captured by the Suomi NPP satellite's VIIRS instrument.

Tue 24 Apr 18 from UPI

Interplanetary Shock Wave Sparks Electric-Blue Auroras

Surprising sight seen by airplane pilots and passengers on “red eye” flight Last night, April 19-20, a shock wave in the solar wind hit Earth’s magnetic field, sparking a moderately ...

Fri 20 Apr 18 from Watts Up With That?

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