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Aurora borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights, is a celestial phenomenon that has captivated minds for centuries. Here, see NASA's explanation of these beautiful substorms.

Credit: NASA

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Love the northern lights.

By lzrd40

Love the northern lights. Could never get enough of them and even now want to see more.

Northern Lights have always

By ScaperRon

Northern Lights have always fascinated me. I have never really seen one live, but I understand in 2010, they have come more south, so hope to see them over lake erie horizon.

Excellent video- Thank you.

By Warren Young

Excellent video- Thank you.

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