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rntThe Winter Solstice is approaching, which means winter, which means cold weather and long nights. And for the kid in all of us, (well, in me at least) it brings up memories of the North Pole. Imagine going to work under the colorful aurora borealis (northern lights).
rntThis gallery was originally published in December 2010.
rntCredit: Philippe Moussette, NASA
Credit: Philippe Moussette, NASA
Near Earth Network
The Near Earth Network is comprised of tracking stations distributed throughout the world in locations including Svalbard, Norway.
Aurora borealis in vicinity of Anchorage.
International Space Station
The Aurora Borealis or u201cnorthern lightsu201d and the Manicouagan Impact Crater reservoir (foreground) in Quebec, Canada, were featured in this photograph taken by astronaut Donald R. Pettit, Expedition Six NASA ISS science officer, on board the International Space Station (ISS).
Credit & Copyright: Dave Ewoldt (Okarche, Oklahoma)