News: The Northern Lights Are Even More Spectacular in Time-Lapse

The Northern Lights Are Even More Spectacular in Time-Lapse

Aurora borealis (or the northern lights) is a naturally occurring, beautiful light display caused by "the collision of charged particles directed by the Earth's magnetic field." Below, an electrifying display of time-lapse footage taken in Tromsø, Norway, by Tor Even Mathisen. Shot with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

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2 Comments

whats it like to fly though a aruoa? and what was the shuter speed?

Absolutely gorgeous footage, i love the capture of the shooting star at 1:24 ..
can this be seen regularly at Tromsø, Norway ? if so wheat time of year is best?
Thank you for sharing this.

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