The evanescent auroras that form shimmering curtains of light in the high latitudes of both the Northern and Southern hemispheres are stunning enough when seen from below. But from above, the spectacle is simply out of this world.
Except it’s not, really, since the aurora borealis in the north, and aurora australis in the south, are very much a part of our world. That’s demonstrated quite dramatically in the compilation of time-lapse videos linked from the image above.
The video is in