NASA’s Hubble telescope has shown us some of the magnificent pictures of our vast universe in recent times. It is not what it always does. Sometimes, the telescope is pointed at our world, and the result is that there is some incredible footage that is often created. And none more incredible than the Northern Lights, the ‘Aurora Borealis’. Take a look at some of the incredible shots the Hubble has captured over the years in the pictures below:
Take a look at this amazing video for more of the spectacular Northern Lights.
For more, you can read “Dance of the Lights“, or “Alaska in Technicolor” to satisfy your craving to see the amazing lights. November and December are the best times to get a glimpse of this truly amazing celestial spectacle. Tromsø, and Svalbard (in Norway), Alaska, the North of Sweden, Iceland, Greenland, and the North of Canada are some of the best places to visit to witness this dance of the lights. Don’t forget your winter wear!