Lights of an Aurora From a International Space Station

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Image Credit: NASA

Image Credit: NASA

NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly captured this print of an halo from a International Space Station on Jun 23, 2015.

The dancing lights of a halo yield fantastic views on a ground, though also constraint a imagination of scientists who investigate incoming appetite and particles from a sun. Aurora are one outcome of such enterprising particles, that can speed out from a object both in a solid tide called a solar breeze and due to hulk eruptions famous as coronal mass ejections or CMEs.

Source: NASA