The recent solar storm that shot towards Earth was measured stronger than the largest one to happen since October 2003, and photographers captured the atmospheric disturbance to turn it into a beautiful sky-lit video labeled the Norway flared Northern Lights video.
The solar storm on January 24, 2012 didn't cause too much interference at ground level, but gave stargazers a reason to stare open-mouthed at the Northern Lights for a one-of-a-kind performance. The sky was lit up in various bright shades of green and this Norway flared Norther Lights video by Helge Mortensen was among one of the most captivating results of the event.
Presented like a symphony of light, this video demonstrates the beauty of natural occurrences.
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