This Is What the Northern Lights Look Like Through an Airplane Window

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reathtaking footage of a geomagnetic storm was captured by an airplane passenger while flying east over Canada.

Better known as ‘northern lights’, the storms create ‘auroral currents’, which create the glowing colorful lights sparkling in the horizon.

The currents’ reflection can be seen appearing much whiter over the bright city – and growing a deeper shade of emerald as the city lights fade.

 

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