Brilliant streaks of green, purple and pink lit up skies across Canada and many northern U.S. states on Monday night.
We spot the Northern lights from above, the largest salt flats on Earth and take a surreal inside look at fruits and veggies.
A solar eruption was strong enough make the Aurora Borealis much more dramatic than usual and was seen over a much wider area. See photos from the show on March 17.
This week, the eye in the sky shows us massive fires in Australia, thunderstorms over the Amazon and a military buildup on the Iraq-Iran border. Plus: Let's launch a rocket into the northern lights.
The northern lights illuminated the night sky near the Arctic Circle that could even be appreciated by astronauts living on the International Space Station.
The northern lights dance in a breathtaking display over Sweden.
The aurora borealis is the result of charged particles dancing across the upper atmosphere of our planet. Join Trace as he discusses why we should shoot rockets at auroras ... for science!
Celebrate the arrival of winter solstice with some spectacular photographs capturing the interactions between our sun and the planet we call home.
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