Time Lapse – Iceland/Arctic Circle
Dec10

Time Lapse – Iceland/Arctic Circle

The Sun has been getting a bit more active lately, blowing out the odd solar storm or two. These waves of subatomic particles march across interplanetary space, and when they hit the Earth, they spark geomagnetic storms. Those in turn can result in displays of the northern and southern lights, or the aurora (borealis for the north, and australis for the south).


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