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Night of the Northern Lights
 
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If you wish to master aurora photography and learn from award winning photographers then check offer by Iceland Photo Tours at https://iceland-photo-tours.com/ On 25th February 2014 Sun produced X4.9 flare which on 27th February caused G2 (KP 6) geomagnetic storm on Earth. It was the brightest aurora display so far during this solar maximum which I could witness with auroral displays overhead in the far north of Scotland. This short movie illustrates what has been seen from latitude 58.3 degrees north. Here is a link to the music used, as many of you asked about it http://www.pond5.com/stock-music/10700102/cello-trailer-sound.html
Views: 6933670 Maciej Winiarczyk
What Causes The Northern Lights?
 
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There are many misconceptions about what causes the Aurora Borealis when it really requires solar winds, magnetic fields and excited atmospheric gases. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://science.howstuffworks.com/nature/climate-weather/atmospheric/question471.htm Share on Facebook: http://goo.gl/FMuiBa Share on Twitter: http://goo.gl/TR4YyU Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com The Northern Lights are beautiful and odd and have understandably inspired many myths. The Vikings thought they were a bridge between our world and Asgard where Thor and the other gods live. In another Norse myth, they are the light reflected of the armor of the Valkyries. And people in Finland thought it was the archangel Michael (John Travolta) battling Beelzebub (the devil). Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. All wrong. It was the famous early astronomer and recanter of science, Galileo Galilei, who gave the Northern lights the name Aurora Borealis, which means “dawn of the North” in Latin. But it wasn’t until Norwegian scientist Christian Birkeland figured it out in 1896 that the true origin of the auroras was understood. In the center of the Earth, the molten iron core generates magnetic fields that extend through the crust and into space around the planet, creating what’s called Earth’s magnetosphere. It’s a pretty great thing that Earth has it, because the magnetosphere protects us from all manner of charged particles spit out from the Sun. The Sun is so hot that it produces plasma (a fourth state of matter) where positively charged atoms (ions) and negatively charge electrons flow freely around one another. These highly charged particles have enough energy to escape the Sun’s gravity and fly out into space, barreling toward Earth at 1 million miles per hour like a shotgun blast of solar hate. This is called solar wind. When they encounter our magnetosphere, most of these ions and electrons bounce harmlessly off and Earth is saved. But some of these particles make it through the magnetosphere where it’s weakest (at the north and south poles), and when they do the light show begins. The electrons that make it into our atmosphere interact with some of the elements there, particularly oxygen and nitrogen. The electrons transfer energy to them, exciting them in the process. To calm down, the excited atoms must release some energy, which they do as tiny packets of light called photons -- beautiful, beautiful photons. Depending on where in the atmosphere the electrons interact with these other atoms, different colors are produced. Oxygen emits a yellow-green color up to about 150 miles in the atmosphere. After that, it turns red. Nitrogen emits a nice blue color about 60 miles up. And don’t forget these colors can blend, which can create glowing pinks, purples and whites. It’s like Miami Beach up there. This interplay is most vibrant during solar storms, which depend somewhat on the Sun’s solar cycle. And, although these lights can be produced at all hours, they aren’t visible during the day, since the sunlight outshines them. SOURCES: http://science.howstuffworks.com/nature/climate-weather/atmospheric/question471.htm http://www.physics.org/article-questions.asp?id=64
What Causes the Northern Lights?
 
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The northern lights (aurora borealis) are a beautiful and mysterious force of nature, but what causes them? SUBSCRIBE - New Vids Mon & Thurs: http://bit.ly/thoughty2 Ask a Question on Thoughty2.com: http://thoughty2.com/ask Support me on Patreon: http://thoughty2.com/patreon Thoughty2 Facebook: http://thoughty2.com/facebook Thoughty2 Twitter: http://thoughty2.com/twitter Thoughty2 Merchandise: http://thoughty2.spreadshirt.com With Special Thanks To: Misha A-Wilson, Katrina Brogan, Michelle & Aaron Finn, Jeff Lee, Kent Zacherl, Steve Bradshaw, Lisa Pimlett, Matthew Russell, Saverius Thoughty2 (Arran) is a British YouTuber and gatekeeper of useless facts. Thoughty2 creates mind-blowing factual videos, on the weirdest, wackiest and most interesting topics. Combining fascinating lists with answers to life's biggest questions.
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25 Interesting Facts About Northern Lights You Should Know Before You See Them
 
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Officially known as Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights are one of nature's most spectacular visual phenomena. Appearing in many forms from patches or scattered clouds of light to streamers, arcs, curtains or shooting rays, the northern lights' amazing light display can be observed in the sky of high latitude regions such as Norway or Canada. You might know the cause of this natural phenomenon (collision of solar wind and magnetospheric charged particles) but there are many more interesting facts about this unreal spectacle that are worth learning. Here are 25 of them, illustrated with some of the most amazing Northern Lights pictures you have ever seen. https://twitter.com/list25 https://www.facebook.com/list25 http://list25.com Check out the physical list here for some extra info and explanations - http://list25.com/25-interesting-facts-about-northern-lights-you-should-know-before-you-see-them/ And now for a quick preview: The most spectacular Northern Lights in recent recorded history are considered those from the "Great geomagnetic storm" on 28 August and 2 September 1859. Studies have shown that a solar storm of this magnitude occurring today would likely cause widespread problems for modern civilization. Astronauts on board the International Space Station are at the same altitude as the Northern Lights and see them from the side. The Southern Lights offer the same visual display as the Northern Lights but since the South Pole is even more inhospitable and inaccessible than the North Pole, it is more difficult to view the Southern Aurora. Therefore, the Northern Lights are more popular and get almost all the attention. There are several towns famous for their great conditions for watching the Northern Lights. In North America, the aurora tourism capital is Yellowknife (Northwest Territories, Canada), while Tromso (Northern Norway) is the same for Europe. There have been many legends about the Northern Lights. Some North American Inuit tribes call the aurora „aqsarniit“ (meaning “football players”) thinking it is the spirits of the dead playing football with a head of a walrus. The colors of the Northern Lights depend on what gas is involved and how high in the ionosphere the reaction takes place. Blue and green lights form at lower altitudes while red color comes from the highest altitudes. Auroras tend to be more frequent and spectacular during high solar sunspot activity, which cycles over approximately eleven years. The last climax was in 2013. [...]
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Aurora Borealis in 4K UHD: "Northern Lights Relaxation" Alaska Real-Time Video 2 HOURS
 
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New 2018 Sequel @ https://youtu.be/s37_-eVX4tE | (8HR Version @ https://youtu.be/N57TZyNmXr8 | DOWNLOAD/DVD: https://www.naturerelaxation.com/products/northern-lights-relaxation-1-8-hr-aurora-borealis-video-4k-uhd | STREAM with App @ https://naturerelaxation.vhx.tv/videos/northern-lights-relaxation-8-hours-real-time-nature-video-hd-1080p | ABOUT: One of the most fascinating sights in the world, yet most elusive and hardest to capture on camera is the Aurora Borealis -otherwise known as the Northern Lights. This 8-hour long video designed for extended length screensaver-type background play and for help with sleep features stunning real-time footage captured in Alaska. In the film, you'll enjoy several different scenes with calming music by Yellow Brick Cinema. Note while most of the scenes were shot in real-time, there are a few shorter clips which are timelapse and were filmed by friend and filmmaker David Fontneau. The film is available in lengths of either 2 or 8 hours long, and can be accessed without watermarks using the Nature Relaxation On-Demand service or by purchasing it as an instant download in 4K/HD or purchased on DVD/Blu-Ray from NatureRelaxation.com | MORE INFO: Filmed on the Sony Alpha Camera System in Real-Time by Todd Salat in Alaska. For more work by Todd Salat visit his YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/toddsalat For more music by Yellow Brick Cinema subscribe to their channel at http://www.youtube.com/YellowBrickCinema ABOUT NATURE RELAXATION™: Nature Relaxation™ is a premium niche video brand producing ultra high definition nature videos designed for relaxation, ambiance, and holistic stress relief. Independently produced in San Diego by David Huting, Nature Relaxation™ videos sweep audiences on soothing, majestic journeys to the world's natural paradises, where viewers can relax and enjoy the positive health benefits which stem from an increased exposure to nature. The expansive collection features a wide array of styles, formats, and locations along with apps for all devices. Replace Your Worries With Wonder today at http://www.Nature Relaxation.com! QUICK LINKS & INFO FOR NATURE RELAXATION™ BUY THIS FILM WIWHOUT WATERMARK: https://www.naturerelaxation.com/products/northern-lights-relaxation-1-8-hr-aurora-borealis-video-4k-uhd Free Downloads & More @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/free Learn More @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/About 4K Collection @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/4K New Releases @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/new Customer Reviews @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/reviews License for Your Business @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/license Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Nrelaxation Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/facebook Nature Wall Art by David Huting: http://www.EpicWallArt.com ABOUT NATURE RELAXATION ON-DEMAND + APPS: A new HD subscription service offered direct from filmmaker David Huting, you can enjoy watermark-free access to 800+ hours of Nature Relaxation™ video playlists, along with new releases added regularly. One subscription gets you access for your phone, tablet(s), computer(s) and TV(s)! Plus, I'll plant 1 tree for every month you subscribe! LEARN MORE / TRY FREE AT: http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/ondemand PERFECT FOR: Doctors Offices, Hospitals, Retreats, Spas, Stress Management Programs, Nursing Homes, Schools, Retail and Digital Signage,Screensaver, Ambiance, Study Aid, Meditation aid, Meditation Background, Pairing with binaurial sounds and frequencies, Creating Virtual Windows, Calming Prisoners in Solitary Confinement, Helping Combat the Effects of PTSD, Tinnitus, and Dementia, Help Focus while Studying, Sleep Aid and in Churches, and as Backdrops for Presentations, Lounges, and More. To request a free license quote to use these videos in your business or organization, visit: http://www.naturerelaxation.com/pages/request-to-license-nature-relaxation-videos
Views: 753816 Nature Relaxation Films
Spectacular Norway Northern Lights | National Geographic
 
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March 21, 2012 — Multicolored curtains of light fill the skies over northern Norway in a new time-lapse video made from aurora images taken this month. Filmmakers Claus and Anneliese Possberg used about 600 frames to create the video. (Music by Justin Durban, www.justindurban.com) ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta © 2012; Video produced by Dr. Claus & Anneliese Possberg Spectacular Norway Northern Lights | National Geographic https://youtu.be/izYiDDt6d8s National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 2359759 National Geographic
All About Auroras: Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and Aurora Australis for Kids - FreeSchool
 
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https://www.patreon.com/freeschool - Help support more content like this! Auroras (aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere, and aurora australis in the southern hemisphere) are beautiful, mysterious light displays in the sky that are caused by solar wind from the sun interacting with the earth's magnetosphere. Many different myths and legends have been associated with the aurora over the years. Come and learn about them in this fun and educational video! Like this video if you want to see more videos about SPACE! Thumbnail image by Christopher Michel Subscribe to FreeSchool: https://www.youtube.com/user/watchfreeschool?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchFreeSchool Check our our companion channel, FreeSchool Mom! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTcEtHRQhqiCZIIb77LyDmA And our NEW channel for little ones, FreeSchool Early Birds! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3OV62x86XHwaqsxLsuy8dA
Views: 119935 Free School
Alaska's Epic Northern Lights
 
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During one of our tours last season, the best Auroras we've ever experienced played out across the night sky just as the setting sun was settling into bed on February 18th. This clip is one small glimpse at the show we witnessed that night.
WHEN CAN WE SEE THE NORTHERN LIGHTS IN ALASKA |Somers In Alaska Vlogs
 
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Can we see the Northern Lights were we live??? And can we see them all year long? When is the best time to come to Alaska to see the Northern Lights? Northern Lights Pictures: Sebastain Saarloos https://www.facebook.com/SebastianSaarloos/ HELLO HAPPY PEOPLES! Welcome to SomersInAlaska! We post real life vlogs! SHOP Amazon! Here are some of our favorites! https://www.amazon.com/shop/somersinalaska We are a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street! We love spending time together as a family, having fun, learning through homeschooling, growing in our faith, and building our forever home! We hope you enjoy seeing are crazy life, full of lots of laughs, great memories and maybe a few tears.. We have 3 kiddos: Audrey (11), Evelynn (7), and Garrett (4). You can follow us on twitter, facebook, instagram, & snapchat! Come hang out! We would love to get to know you better! ****COME BE A PART OF OUR JOURNEY!**** http://www.youtube.com/somersinalaska ****CONNECT WITH US!**** https://www.twitter.com/jessicasomers84 http://www.instagram.com/somersinalaska https://www.facebook.com/somersinalaska Snapchat:somersinalaska WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! P.O. BOX 56469 NORTH POLE, AK 99705 For business inquiries and collaborations: [email protected]
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Aurora Borealis: The Science Behind The Northern Lights
 
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The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, is among the most captivating natural phenomena on Earth. Here’s how those shimmering green shapes are formed. For more stories --- http://allday.com/ Follow our twitter account ---- https://twitter.com/scienceallday Charged Particles Auroras are caused by charged particles entering the atmosphere and causing ionization of gasses, which produces the familiar light. The particles usually originate from a magnetic field created by the sun. "Northern Lights" Auroras occur in a region that mostly covers northern Canada and Alaska. The "Northern Lights" are named the aurora borealis, while the same phenomena in the Southern Hemisphere is called the aurora australis. Magnetic Midnight The best time for observing auroras is when the North or South Magnetic Pole is exactly in between the sun and an observer on Earth's surface, known as "magnetic midnight." The Shapes of the Aurora The charged particles that hit the atmosphere move in spirals along the magnetic field lines of the earth. The particles enter the atmospheric gases in a ring around the magnetic poles, giving the excited gasses their long, ribbon-like shape. Aurora Altitude Auroras typically occur between 55 and 95 miles above the ground, while extending at times to more than 620 miles into the upper atmosphere. Different Ions Produce Different Colors The different atmospheric gasses that are ionized by the charged particles are responsible for the different colors produced in an aurora, with excited oxygen producing green or orange-red emissions, and nitrogen producing blue or red emissions. Digital Cameras Pick Them Up Easier Aurora have been notoriously difficult to photograph, as the red emissions can be somewhat dim, requiring long exposures. Digital cameras with highly-sensitive components have led to a proliferation of aurora images, however. They Are Visible From Space During intense bouts of solar wind, aurora are bright enough to be seen from orbit, and astronauts aboard the International Space Station have photographed the lights numerous times. They Can Move South When conditions are right, the aurora can extend much farther south than they normally appear, as they did in 2011 when the lights showed up over Oklahoma and Atlanta. They even made a famous appearance during the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg in 1862. Written By: Shea Huffman Edited By: Charlie Benavides Images Provided By: Getty Images Music: YouTube Music Library
Views: 3267 AllDay
Aurora Borealis Explained
 
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This video explains how particles originating from deep inside the core of the sun creates northern lights, also called aurora borealis, on our planet. See an extended multimedia version of this video at forskning.no (only in Norwegian): http://www.forskning.no/artikler/2011/april/285324 as seen on forskning.no
Views: 392703 truemaskedwabbit
THE NORTHERN LIGHTS ARE INCREDIBLE!
 
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We had no idea that when we arrived in Alaska that we would be checking The Northern Lights off our bucket list. Day 192 // August 18th 2015 Hit subscribe for daily videos. ----------------------------------------­­-- OUR LINKS» BLOG »» http://flyingthenest.tv/ FACEBOOK »» https://www.facebook.com/flyingthenest TUMBLR »» http://flyingthenesttv.tumblr.com/ SNAPCHAT »» flyingthenest STEPHEN MAIN CHANNEL»» https://youtube.com/sparrystake STEPHEN TWITTER»» https://twitter.com/sparrystake STEPHEN INSTAGRAM »» https://instagram.com/sparrystake/ JESS MAIN CHANNEL»» https://youtube.com/channel/UC3GyD9YWNXxYsNgM9khdr3A JESS TWITTER»» https://twitter.com/jess_valentine JESS INSTAGRAM »» https://instagram.com/heyitsjessvalentine ----------------------------------------­­-- Music: Cormak - Flavors http://bit.ly/1M0aVUw Man Bites Dog - College Rock (How To Hold the Guitar) http://bit.ly/1ghUkOq Mc Cullah - Soul Hop Hop http://bit.ly/1UpTgru Roger Wilco - You Make It http://bit.ly/1Ux650n Tep - No Promises http://bit.ly/1LPsLXt Deep Horrors (YouTube Audio Library) We are always looking for music - if you have any that you would like featured, shoot us an email at [email protected] ----------------------------------------­­-- Thanks to TrekAmerica http://www.trekamerica.co.uk/ Alaskan Wonder Tour: http://www.trekamerica.co.uk/tours/aw.html https://www.youtube.com/user/trekamerica1 https://www.facebook.com/trekamerica https://instagram.com/trekamerica/ Cover photo by Tommy McNamara https://instagram.com/tmc_movinit/ Shot on a Canon 5D Mark III.
Views: 7681 Flying The Nest
Northern Lights Iceland
 
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When visiting #Iceland during the winter time you should definitely try and search for the #northernlights (Aurora Borealis), they are such an amazing sight and the stories & folklore we have about them are very interesting as well as the facts on how they are created - check out this video that one of our staff members created and see for yourself! www.specialtours.is
Views: 56002 Special Tours
Finding Northern Lights in Iceland - Iceland Road Trip Guide (Ep 2)
 
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Things to do in Iceland will most definitely include an Iceland Road Trip around the Ring Road and/or Golden Circle. I teamed up with friend and fellow travel YouTuber, Steve Hänisch, of back-packer.org, to set out on a 12-day Iceland vacation adventure around the ring road! This is episode two! ------ Go subscribe to Steve's awesome travel channel: https://www.youtube.com/BackPackerOrg ------ ☆ MORE INFO FROM THIS ICELAND TRAVEL VIDEO ☆ Iceland Travel Partners: - Iceland Car Rental - https://sadcars.com/ - Where to stay in Iceland - homeaway.com (see below) THINGS TO DO in Iceland (in this episode): ► Eyjafjörður Fjord - One of the best places in Iceland to see the Northern Lights. Northern Iceland has very little light pollution, so tracking the Northern Lights over the Fjords is a great idea. ► Ásbyrgi Canyon - This massive canyon was formed way back after the ice age as melting glacier floods ripped giant divots into the earth and left this beautiful valley and rock walls in its path. ► Northern Lights - In order to have the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights in Iceland, check out this website we used to track the cloud coverage and aurora activity. http://en.vedur.is/weather/forecasts/aurora/ ► Godafoss Waterfall - An expansive horseshoe-shaped cascade that’s probably my favorite waterfall of the entire trip. ► Hverir or Namafjall geothermal field - Located in northeastern Iceland around the geothermal region of Lake Mývatn - a vast area of hot springs, sulfur crystals, and boiling mud pots. ► Dettifoss Waterfall - Said to be Europe’s most powerful waterfall, and we’re getting a unique perspective - by moonlight. ------ WHERE WE STAYED in Iceland (with HomeAway): 1. Arnarstapi Cottages - http://bit.ly/Arnarstapi-Cottages 2. Akureyi Nollur Farm - http://bit.ly/Nollur-Farm 3. East Iceland Cottage - http://bit.ly/Iceland-Cottage 4. Southern Iceland Cottage - http://bit.ly/South-Iceland-Cottage 5. Reykjavik Bachelor Pad - http://bit.ly/Reykjavik-Apartment ------ SUBSCRIBE ► http://bit.ly/TravelDeeper ------ FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ►https://www.instagram.com/tourist2townie + FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/tourist2townie + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/tourist2townie + SNAPCHAT ►@GarethChat + WEB ► http://www.tourist2townie.com ------ MY TRAVEL VLOGGING GEAR: - MacBook Pro 15” → http://amzn.to/2g9K6j3 - LaCie Rugged External Hard Drive → http://amzn.to/2fkojHR - Sony a7ii → http://amzn.to/2gCeBDj - Sony a7ii 24-70 Lens → http://amzn.to/2fhWexs - DJI Phantom 4 Drone → http://amzn.to/2g9ALI4 - GoPro Hero 4 → http://amzn.to/2gvfJYI - KNEKT Underwater Dome → http://amzn.to/2gez11u - Rode Shotgun Mic → http://amzn.to/2gvg5yg - Manfrotto 60” Compact Action Tripod → http://amzn.to/2gducpn - Joby Tripod → http://amzn.to/2gdo6FA - Zoom H2n Handy Recorder → http://amzn.to/2gdmKuE - Backup Batteries for Sony A7ii → http://amzn.to/2fhYchl - Backup Batteries for Sony RX100iv → http://amzn.to/2gvbqfO ------ P.S. Did you subscribe? If so, did you click on the notifications bell to receive updates when I launch a new video? If so, thank you! ------ TRAVEL DEEPER.
Views: 46499 Gareth Leonard
Northern Lights From 100,000 ft!
 
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In April 2012, I was part of a team of scientists, teachers and students who travelled to Alaska to observe the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. Our mission was a unique one - to launch weather balloons up to 100,000 feet loaded with experiments, tracking devices and HD cameras. This is the result of our trip, produced for Catalyst on ABC1 http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/
Views: 541864 Veritasium
How to Photograph the NORTHERN LIGHTS! Basic to Advanced
 
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What Causes The Northern Lights? (Aurora Borealis)
 
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The aurora borealis or northern lights is one of the most spectacular natural displays on the planet. Theories about its origins have been debated for centuries and common misconceptions persist that the aurora is the sun's rays scattered off ice crystals in the high atmosphere. In truth, the light is created more than 100km above Earth's surface as high speed electrons and protons ejected from the sun in a solar flare or coronal mass ejection collide with air molecules in the upper atmosphere. The charged particles from the sun excite air molecules which then de-excite by emitting light. The display is most common around the north and south poles because the Earth's magnetic field deflects the solar wind from the equator to the poles. Here the magnetic field dips towards the Earth's surface, channeling the charged particles into the atmosphere. Music is by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com, the song is called Mirage
Views: 369473 Veritasium
6HRS of Northern Lights Video with Soft Angelic Music for Deep Relaxation & Sleep
 
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http://www.NatureRelaxation.com | Enjoy a spectacular real-time collage of Aurora Borealis scenes shot in Alaska by Todd Salat, paired with some new sweeping angelic ambient music by Christopher Lloyd Clark. MORE INFO: One of the most fascinating sights in the world, yet most elusive and hardest to capture on camera is the Aurora Borealis -otherwise known as the Northern Lights. In the film, you'll enjoy several different scenes - Note while most of the scenes were shot in real-time, there are a few shorter clips which are timelapse and were filmed by friend and filmmaker David Fontneau. The film is available in lengths of either 2 or 8 hours long, and can be accessed without watermarks using the Nature Relaxation On-Demand service @ http://watch.naturerelaxation.com OR the 8 hour version can be watched free using Amazon Prime @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/northernlightsamazon. | MORE INFO: Filmed on the Sony Alpha Camera System in Real-Time by Todd Salat in Alaska. For more work by Todd Salat visit his YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/toddsalat ABOUT NATURE RELAXATION™: Nature Relaxation™ is a premium niche video brand producing ultra high definition nature videos designed for relaxation, ambiance, and holistic stress relief. Independently produced in San Diego by David Huting, Nature Relaxation™ videos sweep audiences on soothing, majestic journeys to the world's natural paradises, where viewers can relax and enjoy the positive health benefits which stem from an increased exposure to nature. The expansive collection features a wide array of styles, formats, and locations along with apps for all devices. Replace Your Worries With Wonder today at http://www.Nature Relaxation.com! QUICK LINKS & INFO FOR NATURE RELAXATION™ BUY THIS FILM WIWHOUT WATERMARK: https://www.naturerelaxation.com/products/northern-lights-relaxation-1-8-hr-aurora-borealis-video-4k-uhd Free Downloads & More @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/free Learn More @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/About 4K Collection @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/4K New Releases @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/new Customer Reviews @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/reviews License for Your Business @ http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/license Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Nrelaxation Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/facebook Nature Wall Art by David Huting: http://www.EpicWallArt.com ABOUT NATURE RELAXATION ON-DEMAND + APPS: A new HD subscription service offered direct from filmmaker David Huting, you can enjoy watermark-free access to 800+ hours of Nature Relaxation™ video playlists, along with new releases added regularly. One subscription gets you access for your phone, tablet(s), computer(s) and TV(s)! Plus, I'll plant 1 tree for every month you subscribe! LEARN MORE / TRY FREE AT: http://www.NatureRelaxation.com/ondemand PERFECT FOR: Doctors Offices, Hospitals, Retreats, Spas, Stress Management Programs, Nursing Homes, Schools, Retail and Digital Signage,Screensaver, Ambiance, Study Aid, Meditation aid, Meditation Background, Pairing with binaurial sounds and frequencies, Creating Virtual Windows, Calming Prisoners in Solitary Confinement, Helping Combat the Effects of PTSD, Tinnitus, and Dementia, Help Focus while Studying, Sleep Aid and in Churches, and as Backdrops for Presentations, Lounges, and More. To request a free license quote to use these videos in your business or organization, visit: http://www.naturerelaxation.com/pages/request-to-license-nature-relaxation-videos
What do the northern lights/aurora borealis look like to the naked eye?
 
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What does the aurora borealis (northern lights) look like to the naked eye? We now have the technology to shoot the aurora with real tie video but is what the camera sees the same as what they eyes see?
Views: 4026 skydivephil
What Causes The Northern Lights?
 
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Have you ever seen the beautiful auroral displays in the high latitudes? These are the Northern and Southern Lights. But what dark physics wizardry is going on to make this happen? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @universetoday Follow us on Tumblr: http://universetoday.tumblr.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universetoday Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+universetoday/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/universetoday Team: Fraser Cain - @fcain Jason Harmer - @jasoncharmer Susie Murph - @susiemmurph Brian Koberlein - @briankoberlein Chad Weber - [email protected] Kevin Gill - @kevinmgill Created by: Fraser Cain and Jason Harmer Edited by: Chad Weber Music: Left Spine Down - “X-Ray” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tcoZNrSveE&feature=youtu.be If you live in the high latitudes, like Alaska, or New Zealand, you've probably had a chance to see an aurora. Here in Canada, we call them the Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis, but the lucky folks in the far southern latitudes see them too. On a good night, you can see flickering sheets of light that dance across the night sky, producing an amazing display of colors. You can see green, red and even yellow and purple ghostly displays. So what causes the Northern Lights? They’re produced as our planet moves through the chemtrails emanating from the womp-rat sized exhaust ports of Planet X. Originating in the Bush-Cheney administration during a failed co-invasion attempt of the lizard people from the hollow part of the flat earth and aliens from John Carpenter’s THE THING. They cause diabetes, gluten sensitivity, itchy bun noodles and homeopathy and herald the coming of the Grand Nagus of MMA-UFC-ENTJ-LOL-WTF-BBQ. That is, if you believe everything you read on the internet. Auroras are in fact caused by interactions between energetic particles from the Sun and the Earth’s magnetic field. The Earth is filled with liquid metal, and it rotates inside turning our planet into a giant magnet. Invisible magnetic field lines travel from the Earth’s northern magnetic pole to its southern magnetic pole. This is why compasses point north, they’re following the field lines produced by this giant metallic spinning goo core. Or as I like to call it “The Planetary Shield Generator”, which should not be confused with the giant whirling metallic debris field orbiting the Earth which is our “Alien Invasion Shield”. Which you can learn about in another episode. So why would we need a Planetary Shield, you might ask? It is because we are perpetually under assault by our great enemy, the Sun. Our Sun is constantly releasing a flurry of energetic particles right at us. These particles are electrically charged and driven to Earth by the Solar Wind. When they encounter the Earth’s magnetic field, they’re forced into a spiral along the magnetic field lines. Eventually they collide with an oxygen or nitrogen atom in the Earth’s atmosphere and release photons of light. So, thanks to the spinning magnet goo core, our planetary shield converts these particles into beautiful night time displays. Although there can be auroras almost any night in the highest latitudes, we see the most brilliant auroral displays after large flares on the Sun. The most powerful flares blast a hail of particles that’s so intense, auroral displays can be seen at mid and even low-latitudes. It sounds dangerous, but we’re perfectly safe here, beneath our protective atmosphere and magnetic field. You might be amazed to know that auroral displays can even make sounds. People have reported crackling noises coming from the sky during an aurora. Even though the auroras themselves are at very high altitudes, the particle interactions can happen just a few hundred meters above the ground. People have reported hearing claps and crackles during an aurora, and this has been verified by microphones placed by scientists. If you could get high up into the atmosphere, I’m sure the sounds would be amazing. The interactions between the Sun and our planet are just another gift we get from the night sky. If you've never seen an aurora with your own eyes, you really need to add them to your bucket list. Organize a trip to northern Europe or Alaska and get a chance to see this amazing display of nature. Have you ever been lucky enough to see the Northern Lights? Tell us a story in the comments below. Thanks for watching! Never miss an episode by clicking subscribe.
Views: 11463 Fraser Cain
Chasing the Northern Lights for a Living
 
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Most of the world doesn’t get to see the mesmerizing beauty of aurora borealis, aka the northern lights. That’s where Todd Salat comes in. As a self-described aurora hunter, this Alaska-based former geologist tracks the brilliantly colored northern lights for a living and shares them with the world through his stunning photographs. A great big story made in partnership with LensCrafters (http://www.lenscrafters.com/seegooddaily). See. Good. Daily. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest inhabitants. Great Big Story is a video network dedicated to the untold, overlooked & flat-out amazing. Humans are capable of incredible things & we're here to tell their stories. When a rocket lands in your backyard, you get in.
Views: 209623 Great Big Story
Beautiful Night of the Northern Lights,   aurora
 
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Northern Lights Visit us!!! Think less, Live more. www.goodvibez.net Visit us!!! https://www.facebook.com/Good-Vibez-915613645162744/?ref=hl The bright dancing lights of the aurora are actually collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth's atmosphere. The lights are seen above the magnetic poles of the northern and southern hemispheres. They are known as 'Aurora borealis' in the north and 'Aurora australis' in the south.. Auroral displays appear in many colours although pale green and pink are the most common. Shades of red, yellow, green, blue, and violet have been reported. The lights appear in many forms from patches or scattered clouds of light to streamers, arcs, rippling curtains or shooting rays that light up the sky with an eerie glow. What causes the Northern Lights? The Northern Lights are actually the result of collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere with charged particles released from the sun's atmosphere. Variations in colour are due to the type of gas particles that are colliding. The most common auroral color, a pale yellowish-green, is produced by oxygen molecules located about 60 miles above the earth. Rare, all-red auroras are produced by high-altitude oxygen, at heights of up to 200 miles. Nitrogen produces blue or purplish-red aurora. The connection between the Northern Lights and sunspot activity has been suspected since about 1880. Thanks to research conducted since the 1950's, we now know that electrons and protons from the sun are blown towards the earth on the 'solar wind'. (Note: 1957-58 was International Geophysical Year and the atmosphere was studied extensively with balloons, radar, rockets and satellites. Rocket research is still conducted by scientists at Poker Flats, a facility under the direction of the University of Alaska at Fairbanks - see web page http://www.gi.alaska.edu/ The temperature above the surface of the sun is millions of degrees Celsius. At this temperature, collisions between gas molecules are frequent and explosive. Free electrons and protons are thrown from the sun's atmosphere by the rotation of the sun and escape through holes in the magnetic field. Blown towards the earth by the solar wind, the charged particles are largely deflected by the earth's magnetic field. However, the earth's magnetic field is weaker at either pole and therefore some particles enter the earth's atmosphere and collide with gas particles. These collisions emit light that we perceive as the dancing lights of the north (and the south). The lights of the Aurora generally extend from 80 kilometres (50 miles) to as high as 640 kilometres (400 miles) above the earth's surface. Where is the best place to watch the Northern Lights? Northern Lights can be seen in the northern or southern hemisphere, in an irregularly shaped oval centred over each magnetic pole. The lights are known as 'Aurora borealis' in the north and 'Aurora australis' in the south. Scientists have learned that in most instances northern and southern auroras are mirror-like images that occur at the same time, with similar shapes and colors. Because the phenomena occurs near the magnetic poles, northern lights have been seen as far south as New Orleans in the western hemisphere, while similar locations in the east never experience the mysterious lights. However the best places to watch the lights (in North America) are in the northwestern parts of Canada, particularly the Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Alaska. Auroral displays can also be seen over the southern tip of Greenland and Iceland, the northern coast of Norway and over the coastal waters north of Siberia. Southern auroras are not often seen as they are concentrated in a ring around Antarctica and the southern Indian Ocean. Areas that are not subject to 'light pollution' are the best places to watch for the lights. Areas in the north, in smaller communities, tend to be best. When is the best time to watch for auroral displays? Researchers have also discovered that auroral activity is cyclic, peaking roughly every 11 years. The next peak period is 2013. Winter in the north is generally a good season to view lights. The long periods of darkness and the frequency of clear nights provide many good opportunities to watch the auroral displays. Usually the best time of night (on clear nights) to watch for auroral displays is local midnight (adjust for differences caused by daylight savings time). http://www.gi.alaska.edu/
Views: 2154 Good vibez
Northern Lights: Endless Summer (visual soundtrack)
 
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This is a compilation of fan favorites + 6 new tracks. Download the full album, "Endless Summer: The Best of TNL" here: http://www.northernlightsmusic.bandca... or http://www.soundcloud.com/thenorthern... The Northern Lights is a Film/Soundtrack composer. These are the best tracks, as rated by fans, over the last year. Made as a tribute to the 80's and Cassette Tape/LoFi sounds. Track Listing: #1) Night Drive #2) 1984 #3) You Stole My Heart #4) Feel The Heat #5) Sunset #6) Vapors #7) Dream Beach #8) Indigo #9)Time Travelers #10) That Summer #11) Alive #12) Electric Winter (yes, it says "alive") #13) Elevation #14) Say Goodbye _______________________________________ Cinematography thanks to: The Endless Summer II @DragonRiderNetwork (conor mitchell) Nike’s Leave a Message: By Jason Kenworthy and Aaron Liever ________________________________________­______________________ Thanks to fans for all the support over the last 2 years! Here are the tunes you've rated your favorites so far, along with 6 new tracks. A Mixtape soundtrack for your summer days on the beach and night drives. Watch all the videos on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4u-... You can also listen on Pandora, iTunes, iheartradio, Spotify, and Tidal soundcloud.com/thenorthernlightsmusic twitter.com/thatproducertnl
LOFOTEN : A Time-Lapse of the Northern Lights & Arctic Archipelago
 
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Please watch the video in HD with good headphones/speakers. The video was pieced together from over tens of thousands of images, covering the best Arctic Norway has to offer with colorful fjords, jagged mountain peaks, unique beaches , as well as the elusive Aurora Borealis. Music by : Chris Zabriskie (http://chriszabriskie.com/) For more images & videos visit: http://www.siddharthprem.com
Views: 50075 siddharthprem
What is an aurora? - Michael Molina
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-epic-solar-winds-make-brilliant-polar-lights-michael-molina Why do we see those stunning lights in the northern- and southernmost portions of the night sky? The Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis occur when high-energy particles are flung from the Sun's corona toward the Earth and mingle with the neutral atoms in our atmosphere -- ultimately emitting extraordinary light and color. Michael Molina explains every step of this dazzling phenomenon. Lesson by Michael Molina, animation by Franco Barroeta.
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The Legend of the Northern Lights | Alaska Legend
 
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"Look to the light and swim to the top of the Great Mountain. There you will find your home. There you will swim in the eternal river of the sky." - Seth Adam Smith This story comes from the book "Your Life Isn't For You," by Seth Adam Smith. Click on the link below to order a copy from Amazon! http://goo.gl/nInAsZ Read the FULL legend here: http://goo.gl/MFFnJt Art by Ashley Collett http://www.AshleyCollettDesign.blogspot.com Music "In Reverence" by David Tolk http://www.DavidTolk.com Follow my blog at http://www.SethAdamSmith.com
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AURORA BOREALIS FULL [HD] VIDEO - Vangelis - Rachel's Song - NORTHERN LIGHTS- Blade Runner theme
 
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"Aurora Borealis" and "Aurora Australis" Aurora boreal /polar An aurora (plural: aurorae or auroras; from the Latin word aurora, "dawn") is a natural light display in the sky particularly in the high latitude (Arctic and Antarctic) regions, caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere (thermosphere). The charged particles originate in the magnetosphere and solar wind and, on Earth, are directed by the Earth's magnetic field into the atmosphere. Aurora is classified as diffuse or discrete aurora. Most aurorae occur in a band known as the auroral zone, which is typically 3° to 6° in latitudinal extent and at all local times or longitudes. The auroral zone is typically 10° to 20° from the magnetic pole defined by the axis of the Earth's magnetic dipole. During a geomagnetic storm, the auroral zone will expand to lower latitudes. The diffuse aurora is a featureless glow in the sky which may not be visible to the naked eye even on a dark night and defines the extent of the auroral zone. The discrete aurorae are sharply defined features within the diffuse aurora which vary in brightness from just barely visible to the naked eye to bright enough to read a newspaper at night. Discrete aurorae are usually observed only in the night sky because they are not as bright as the sunlit sky. Aurorae occasionally occur poleward of the auroral zone as diffuse patches[3] or arcs (polar cap arcs, which are generally invisible to the naked eye. In northern latitudes, the effect is known as the aurora borealis (or the northern lights), named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, by Pierre Gassendi in 1621. Auroras seen near the magnetic pole may be high overhead, but from farther away, they illuminate the northern horizon as a greenish glow or sometimes a faint red, as if the Sun were rising from an unusual direction. Discrete aurorae often display magnetic field lines or curtain-like structures, and can change within seconds or glow unchanging for hours, most often in fluorescent green. The aurora borealis most often occurs near the equinoctes. The northern lights have had a number of names throughout history. The Cree call this phenomenon the "Dance of the Spirits". In Europe, in the Middle Ages, the auroras were commonly believed a sign from God. Its southern counterpart, the aurora australis (or the southern lights), has almost identical features to the aurora borealis and changes simultaneously with changes in the northern auroral zone and is visible from high southern latitudes in Antarctica, South America, New Zealand, and Australia. Aurorae occur on other planets. Similar to the Earth's aurora, they are visible close to the planet's magnetic poles. Modern style guides recommend that the names of meteorological phenomena, such as aurora borealis, be uncapitalized. Auroras result from emissions of photons in the Earth's upper atmosphere, above 80 km (50 mi), from ionized nitrogen atoms regaining an electron, and oxygen and nitrogen atoms returning from an excited state to ground state.[9] They are ionized or excited by the collision of solar wind and magnetospheric particles being funneled down and accelerated along the Earth's magnetic field lines; excitation energy is lost by the emission of a photon, or by collision with another atom or molecule: oxygen emissions green or brownish-red, depending on the amount of energy absorbed. nitrogen emissions blue or red; blue if the atom regains an electron after it has been ionized, red if returning to ground state from an excited state. Oxygen is unusual in terms of its return to ground state: it can take three quarters of a second to emit green light and up to two minutes to emit red. Collisions with other atoms or molecules will absorb the excitation energy and prevent emission. Because the very top of the atmosphere has a higher percentage of oxygen and is sparsely distributed such collisions are rare enough to allow time for oxygen to emit red. Collisions become more frequent progressing down into the atmosphere, so that red emissions do not have time to happen, and eventually even green light emissions are prevented. Auroras are associated with the solar wind, a flow of ions continuously flowing outward from the Sun. MEDITACION MUSICA RELAJACION RELAX MUSIC MEDITATION RELAXAMENTO MUSIC MEDITAÇÃO ध्यान संगीत छूट ОТДЫХ медитативной музыки Meditation Music ENTSPANNUNG DETENTE MUSIQUE MEDITATION MEDITAZIONE MUSICA RELAX ΔΙΑΛΟΓΙΣΜΟΣ ΧΑΛΑΡΩΣΗ ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗ MEDITATIA muzica de relaxare
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The World's Very First REAL-TIME Northern Lights Captured in 4K Ultra High Definition
 
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Come along with us on a virtual experience, Aurora Chasing in 4K Ultra High Def! Despite being under the weather (in all senses, it was well below zero and we were quite sick with the flu), Marketa, Angus and I ventured out to capture the Northern Lights with our newest tool, the Atomos Shogun 4K external recorder. We combined this with a Sony a7S and a DJI Ronin for a look at what's it like to "Chase the Lights." The Atomos did great and while the Ronin usually does a good job it seemed quite jittery on this night. I'm in contact with support and hope to find a resolution to this but it's done that the last few times I've taken it out in temps colder than 10ºF. Keep in mind it is very windy, I'm stumbling around in knee deep snow and it's about 0ºF so considering, it still held up rather well. This is a sample of how the Ronin should and usually does behave. http://youtu.be/1bb5qGmtG_M As of 1/14/15 I'm still waiting to hear back from DJI. It seems we have a few things to work out both with the Ronin and the Shogun but are very excited for this amazing trio once we get things rolling smoothly. If you'd like to be out there having your portraits taken in front of these magnificent Northern Lights, join us for a night under the Aurora. http://www.ronnmurrayphoto.com/NorthernLightsTours/TourOptions/Winter-Aurora-Alaska This video intended to show what's its like to actually be out beneath these amazing Auroras we witness almost nightly. Please explore this channel, and our website for the more polished videos. Gear list Sony a7S Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 DJI Ronin Gimbal Stabilizer Atomos Shogun 4K Monitor and Recorder Video filmed in the Murphy Dome area near Fairbanks, Alaska on Friday night, January 2nd in the late night and early morning hours. Music Licensed at MusicBed.com Song: "A Closing Statement" by Dexter Britain
The magic of the Northern Lights - as seen from Sweden
 
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It's a sight many dream of seeing - the magical Northern Lights. Videographer Chad Blakey used a time-lapse technology to capture what many witnesses described as one of the most spectacular shows seen in recent years. Officially known as the Aurora Borealis, they occur when charged particles emitted by the sun during flare activity, reach the Earth's atmosphere and collide with its gases. The most common colour is green but pinks blues reds and whites have been observed. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/02/18/the-magic-of-the-northern-lights-as-seen-from-sweden What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 14 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Views: 3657 euronews (in English)
Surfing Under Northern Lights | That's Amazing
 
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Adventure photographer Chris Burkard is an expert at photographing surfers who ride the coldest, most punishing waves on the planet. He's used to battling the elements in order to get the perfect shot, but one fateful storm in Iceland nearly broke him. Still, he couldn't pass up the opportunity to capture an epic adventure under the greatest light show on earth. Tune in to "That's Amazing" every Sunday at 9 p.m. on The Weather Channel. Check out more from Chris here: http://www.ChrisBurkard.com http://www.UnderAnArcticSky.com SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest inhabitants.
Views: 263496 Great Big Story
Where to see the northern lights in Iceland
 
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Discover why 4-star Hotel Ranga, just two hours' drive from Reykjavik is such a great spot for viewing the aurora borealis. Located in the heart of the southern countryside near to natural wonders such as Thorsmork, Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss, this ranch-style hotel offers gourmet dining and has outdoor hot tubs and an observatory. Our 3-night small group tour, Northern Lights Special combines exploring natural wonders with excellent chances to view the aurora at night. https://www.discover-the-world.co.uk/destinations/iceland-holidays/northern-lights-special
Views: 59952 Discover the World
Death Cab for Cutie - Northern Lights (Official Audio)
 
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Official audio for Death Cab for Cutie - "Northern Lights” ‘Thank You for Today’ the new album is out now.https://lnk.to/ThankYouforToday Live Dates: https://deathcabforcutie.com/#tour Exclusive merchandise: http://smarturl.it/DCfCStore Subscribe for more content: https://death-cab-for-cutie.lnk.to/Subscribe LYRICS I remember your silhouette on Dyes Inlet Against the silver sheen of a moon like painted glass Under stars out on the pier; a celestial sphere We were weightless as the waves that disappeared Northern lights filled our skies Empty nights synchronized We shared a clove cigarette on the parapet As the T.V.’s glowed from the windows of the model homes And I’d never be that close again to your lips and perfect skin As the tide receded into the unknown Northern lights filled our skies Empty nights synchronized Follow Death Cab for Cutie: http://deathcabforcutie.com http://facebook.com/deathcabforcutie http://twitter.com/dcfc https://www.instagram.com/deathcabforcutie/ The official YouTube channel of Atlantic Records band Death Cab for Cutie. Subscribe for the latest music videos, performances, and more. Death Cab for Cutie is an American alternative rock band formed in Bellingham, Washington in 1997. The band is composed of Ben Gibbard, Nick Harmer, Jason McGerr, Dave Depper, and Zac Rae. Death Cab for Cutie rose from being a side project to becoming one of the most exciting groups on the indie rock scene of the 2000's, with their emotive songwriting and cross-genre sound landing somewhere between indie and emo. They have been nominated for eight Grammy Awards, including Best Rock Album for their most recent release, 2015’s Kintsugi. Their ninth studio album will be released later this year.
Views: 322008 Death Cab for Cutie
Northern Lights Experience - Fairbanks, Alaska
 
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Experience the majestic phenomenon that is the Aurora Borealis. This video composed of still images and timelapse gives a nice picture of the good fortune we have living in Fairbanks, Alaska where we see the Northern Lights consistently throughout the dark season. The 2013-14 season is projected to be the best in the next decade as the Sun is about to flip it's magnetic polarity bringing with it the peak of the "Solar Max" which will cause stunning Auroras. More info here. http://youtu.be/34gNgaME86Y
The Simpsons: "Steamed Hams" recreated under the Northern Lights in Tromsø
 
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Or: Steamed Hams but the Aurora Borealis is real (Read more below!) Chasing Lights Tour Guides Neil (Superintendent Gary Chalmers) and Thomas (Principal Seymour Skinner) headed out to reenact the famous "Steamed Hams" sketch from the episode "22 Short Films About Springfield" (S:7/E:21). The song played when the Northern Lights are dancing is from the ending scene of the fantastic episode "Mother Simpson" (S:7/E:8). We recorded in and around our office in Tromsø, Norway. The outside scenes were shot near the village Rekvik on the island of Kvaløya, just over an hour outside Tromsø. The Aurora Borealis made a spectacular appearance, just as the kitchen caught fire. No mothers were hurt in the making of this video. Looking for your own "Steamed Hams" moment under the Northern Lights? Book a tour with us at www.chasinglights.com. Watch more fantastic Steamed Hams art here: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=steamed+hams Also, check us out on Instagram! Chasing Lights: @chasinglights Neil: @coldxneil Thomas: @thomasatchasinglights Press enquiries: [email protected]
Views: 80729 Chasing Lights
GoPro Time-lapse: Chasing the Northern Lights with Furry Friends l GoWorx
 
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Join GoWorx Brand Ambassador Tim Mathews as he takes us on a visual journey through the Northern Lights in Alaska with his furry friends. This is one GoPro Time-lapse of the Aurora Borealis you won't want to miss! [SUBSCRIBE] for more amazing adventure lifestyle, action sports, and gear-focused videos! Music: “Asteroid (Time Machine Lullabye)” by Solar Fields Be sure to follow Tim on instagram: @timthetoothninja While you are at it check us out too: @GoWorx // GoWorx inspires next-level content creation with in-house designs, trusted gear from our favorite brands and a heavy dose of fan-made stoke. // Our community of photographers and filmmakers prove daily that innovative designs yield inspiring content. Let GoWorx enable your creation with our thoughtfully designed and carefully curated selection of GoPro®, Drone and Mobile Gear. Shop: http://GoWorx.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goworx Instagram: @goworx Twitter: @goworx Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/goworx/
Views: 13740 GoWorx
See the Northern Lights in the Yukon, Canada 2018 / 2019
 
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Thanks to TravelYukon.com for the use of this video. See more on this offer at https://www.canadatravelspecialists.com/holidays/winter-escapes/yukon-aurora-borealis-tour/ Whitehorse is the capital city of Yukon Territory, and gateway to Canada’s enchanting northern wilderness. This northern setting is home to some of the best Aurora viewing Northern Canada has to offer. Experience the splendor of dancing lights as they travel across the sky, from the comfort of a viewing facility complete with heated cabins and an outdoor bonfire. For more information on our holidays check out our social media pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/canadatravelspecialists/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CanadaHolidays Google+: https://plus.google.com/+canadatravelspecialists Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/canadatravelspecialists
Amazing view! Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in the Arctic
 
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An aurora is a natural light display in the sky particularly in the high latitude (Arctic and Antarctic) regions, caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere (thermosphere). The charged particles originate in the magnetosphere and solar wind and, on Earth, are directed by the Earth's magnetic field into the atmosphere. In northern latitudes, the effect is known as the aurora borealis (or the northern lights), named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, by Pierre Gassendi in 1621. The northern lights have had a number of names throughout history. The Cree call this phenomenon the "Dance of the Spirits". In Europe, in the Middle Ages, the auroras were commonly believed a sign from God. Its southern counterpart, the aurora australis (or the southern lights), has almost identical features to the aurora borealis and changes simultaneously with changes in the northern auroral zone and is visible from high southern latitudes in Antarctica, South America, New Zealand and Australia.
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aurora borealis (or the northern lights) from orbit
 
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This gorgeous view of the aurora was taken from the International Space Station as it crossed over the southern Indian Ocean
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OFFICIAL - Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in wintertime
 
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Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is a unique vacation destination located in Finnish Lapland, 250 km / 155 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Our accommodation offering includes our world-famous glass igloos as well as premium kelo-glass igloos, snow igloos and cozy log cabins. We are one of the best places in the world to view the northern lights, with the season lasting eight months, from the end of August until the end of April.
10 NIGHTS UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS - The aurora chasing adventure through Lapland - Episode 3/3
 
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The Aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, are a mind-boggling natural phenomenon that virtually everyone talks about but never really gets to see it. As an astrophotographer I have now seen and photographed lots of aurorae, but every time it's a new excitement and a whole new experience as if I had never seen them. The lights change shapes, colors, speed or brightness and when you think you've seen it all, Lady aurora proves you wrong. I traveled to the cold corners of Lapland (Sweden and Norway) on a ten-day aurora chasing adventure to shoot them but mostly to share their rare beauty in real-time. My goal was to show their different appearances in pristine skies and snow covered landscapes. In the mean time I was eager to bring back my best real-time shots yet and give them back to the people that have never witnessed such a show and encourage them to go out or travel. For me though it was merely one more astrophotography and personal life challenge I had to take on. I had never shot in such cold conditions, namely minus 35 degrees at the worst, but it helped me get some of the clearest night shots I have ever witnessed. In the third and final episode of the sequel, I have kept the best shots for then end hence the name 'Apotheosis'. It was actually towards the end of my five-day stay that I got to witness the best aurorae. It was a real explosions of colors: greens, yellows, magentas, purples, blues....If you hear some people say that you can never see the colors of the aurorae with the naked eye, telle them that they have never experienced a true show like these ones, and that they do exist! In the mean time I urge you to do the same if you have never seen such a spectacle. The lights dancing slowly and then rapidly across the sky showing off their colors is exactly like a dream. When the aurora intensifies, it starts flickering, rattling, and you can actually have the sensation that the electrons are colliding hard with the Earth's atmosphere to produce a very powerful light that has the ability to create shadows! I shot the different scenes around the island and also at the Northern lights Observatory (you can visit visitsenja.live for booking). It was such a nice way to end this trip of a life-time where I got unbelievably lucky with the weather and the aurora. I was truly able to get a taste and also capture what the life in the Arctic Lapland really is like. These 'behind the scene' shorts were just the tip of the iceberg, and when they were noisy and not at optimal quality (HD), my 4K time-lapse movie is about to be released to sit tight and stay tuned! Shot exclusively on the Sony a7s and Sigma 24 f/1.4, Sigma 50mm f/1.4. Please contact me at [email protected] for licensing or other inquiries. You can also find me on my other platform to keep up with my work and adventures: Website: adphotography-online.com Facebook: facebook.com/AdrienMauduitPhotography/ Twitter: twitter.com/ADphotography24 Instagram: instagram.com/adphotography2410/ Youtube: youtube.com/user/amadrien21
Views: 652 Adrien Mauduit
How to See the Northern Lights in Reykjavik
 
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Wondering where to see the Northern Lights in Reykjavik? In this video I talk about my tried and true places for how to see the aurora in and around the city. 💥FREE Northern Lights guidebook download: http://bit.ly/AuroraReykjavik SUBSCRIBE for new Iceland tips every week: http://bit.ly/IcelandYouTube **Comment below if you have a topic that you want me to cover in a future video!** ABOUT ME: How I sold everything and moved to Iceland: http://bit.ly/IcelandExpat ___ // WHERE TO FIND ME: 📸Follow me around Iceland: http://www.instagram.com/icelandwithaview 🗺️Get local tips for Iceland travel: http://www.facebook.com/icelandwithaview 🇮🇸Join my Iceland Planning Facebook group: http://bit.ly/IcelandTravelTeam 💻ICELAND BLOG - http://www.icelandwithaview.com ___ // PLANNING A TRIP TO ICELAND? Sign up for the Team Iceland Newsletter to get instant access to my FREE resource library to help with your trip planning + exclusive discounts and giveaways! http://bit.ly/IcelandFreebies ___ Music: SoundCloud + Epidemic Sound ___ // DISCLOSURE: Thank you for trusting me with my opinion on any future purchase you may make. I always disclose affiliate or sponsored information when applicable. As a part of Team Iceland, you allow me to earn a small commission if you make a purchase through my affiliate/referral links. This doesn't cost extra for you, but helps me to continue this channel. Thank you for your support!
Views: 6450 Iceland with a View
Aurora Borealis - The Northern Lights in Alaska March 20, 2017
 
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Here is a small taste of what the Aurora Borealis aka "The Northern Lights" are like on our Tours in Alaska. You can see Star Studded Milky Way Skies, with The Pleiades aka "The Seven Sisters" Star Cluster & The Great Andromeda Spiral Galaxy in the background as well as dozens of satellites crossing the Field of view, all while the Aurora Rages in the foreground. Meanwhile on the ground a dozen of our 2017 Aurora Hunters are busy shooting the Aurora while enduring the -15F Temps. Off in the distant tree line Every once in a while you will see the headlights of passing ICE Road Truck cruising by! Best Regards, John Chumack www.galacticimages.com
Views: 1240 John Chumack
Bob Ross - Aurora's Dance (Season 29 Episode 12)
 
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Join Bob Ross and experience the amazing beauty of the ‘northern lights’ phenomenon as they dance across the dark, dark sky – this time in an oval! Season 29 of The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross features the following wonderful painting instructions: island in the Wilderness, Autumn Oval, Seasonal Progression, Light at the Summit, Countryside Barn, Mountain Lake Falls, Cypress Creek, Trapper’s Cabin, Storm on the Horizon, Pot O’ Posies, A Perfect Winter Day, Aurora’s Dance, and Woodman’s Retreat. Subscribe to the official Bob Ross YouTube channel - http://bit.ly/BobRossSubscribe Season 29 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAEQD0ULngi6c0D5_ELtW5p_NLShDktAN Originally aired on 11/9/1993
Views: 1136144 Bob Ross
5 MYTHS ABOUT THE NORTHERN LIGHTS - BUSTED! | snowintromso
 
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5 Myths about the Northern Lights – busted! *Open the description box for more infos* It’s prime Northern Lights season at the moment and it seems like every provider of Northern Lights safaris throughout Northern Norway, Swedish and Finnish Lapland, as well as Iceland, says that their destination is the best one to watch the Northern Lights – for so many different, not always actually entirely true, reasons. Thus, I thought I’d talk about some common Northern Lights myths I’ve encountered recently with you in this video! :) Table of content: 01:26 #1: Location X has the cleanest air which makes it perfect for seeing the Northern Lights 02:47 #2: Fjords and volcanoes create clouds that diminish your chances of seeing the Northern Lights 05:51 #3: You can only see purple Northern Lights in location X 07:35 #4: You can’t see the Northern Lights in the city – you have to go out of town to see them 08:59 #5: Location X is the best place in the world to see the Northern Lights EDIT: Only Kiruna has a mine, Narvik doesn’t. The latter, however, is connected to the iron ore business in Kiruna by railway as the iron ore is transported to Narvik for further transportation via ships. That’s what I meant but stupidly didn’t say like that, sorry! If you’d like to read more about the topic, here are some of the articles I mentioned in the video that will hopefully help you out: Why there is no "best place" to see the Northern Lights = https://www.snowintromso.com/blog/2018/03/best-place-to-see-northern-lights Tromsø Geophysical Observatory: The Northern Lights - where, when and what = http://www.tgo.uit.no/articl/nord_eng.html Tromsø Geophysical Observatory: The northern lights-what are they? = http://www.tgo.uit.no/articl/theaurora.html As I said, feel free to leave a comment with any and all of your questions about the Northern Lights below! Thanks for watching! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I’m Vanessa – a German expat who’s just moved from Tromsø to Stavanger. I travel around Scandinavia and the Nordics regularly and if you’re interested to follow my journey and get more travel tips and advice, head over to www.snowintromso.com! Get my e-guidebook to Tromsø: http://bit.ly/snow-in-tromso You can also find me here: BLOG: http://www.snowintromso.com INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/snowintromso PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/snowintromso/ FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/snowintromso TWITTER: http://twitter.com/snowintromso
Views: 553 Vanessa Brune
The Beauty of the Northern Lights
 
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I present a 5-minute music video featuring the Northern Lights – the aurora borealis – captured in still images, panoramas, all-sky images, time-lapse videos, and in real-time videos. All are from early February and early March of 2016. I shot all scenes at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, near Churchill, Manitoba, on the shore of Hudson Bay at a latitude of 58° North. Churchill’s location places it under the usual location of the auroral oval, providing spectacular displays of Northern Lights even on nights when locations to the south are seeing nothing. I was at the CNSC to present sets of 5-night aurora viewing programs to guests from across North America. See www.churchillscience.ca for more details on their programs. I shot all images with Canon 6D and Nikon D750 DSLR cameras, usually at ISO 3200. The fish-eye all-sky sequences were with a Sigma 8mm lens on the Canon, while most of the still images and other full-frame time-lapses were with the Sigma 20mm Art lens on the Nikon. For the “rapid-cadence” time-lapses I used 1- to 2-second exposures at an interval of one second. The all-sky time-lapses are intended to be projected in digital planetarium theatres, recreating the scene on their 360° domes. Most full-dome sequences were processed through LRTimelapse software to handle the huge range in brightness of the Lights. The real-time video clips were with the Nikon – set to ISO 25600 – and the Sigma wide open at f/1.4. While these clips are prone to digital noise, they do record the fast movement and subtle colour of the aurora much as the eye saw it. These were processed through Photoshop and the Camera Raw filter. Temperatures ranged from a bitter -35° C to just (!) -15° C on most nights. I kept the long-duration, all-sky, time-lapse camera going by placing it in a Camera Parka (www.atfrostedlens.com) and inserting disposable hand warmer packs inside the insulated parka. It worked very well, making it possible to shoot for up to 3 hours. Without it, the battery died after an hour. Music is by one of my favourite artists, John Adorney, the selection If a Rose Could Speak, from his 2013 album The Wonder Well. It features vocals by Daya. The selection is used by kind permission from EverSound Music (www.eversound.com). Many thanks!
Views: 1979 AmazingSky
Northern Colour - The colours of the Northern Lights.
 
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Filmed in the north of Norway at a place called Ravnastua as well as Tromso. This is time lapse of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Every year I run adventure tours up to Ravnastua that can only be reached by snow scooter in the winter months, for those that want an arctic adventure and a chance to see the Aurora. I have been doing this for 10 years and so far every tour has seen the Aurora. As well as Aurora hunting we go ice fishing, dog sledding and cook out in a Sami Laavu. For those wanting to photo or video the Aurora I provide tuition and guidance where needed. The footage in this video was shot using a Sony A7s and A6300. Lenses were Sigma 20mm f1.4's, Samyang 14mm f2.8's and Sony 16mm f2.8's. For more information on my tours please visit: http://www.xdcam-user.com/northern-lights-expeditions-to-norway/
Views: 2009 ingenioustv
Paint the Northern Lights in Watercolor ~ Beginner's Tutorial
 
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Dive into watercolor by learning how to paint your own piece of the Arctic Sky! Meredith of The Witty Gritty Paper Co. shares her techniques for painting the beautiful Aurora Borealis, or as they're more commonly known, the northern lights. :) Got questions? Leave them in the comment section! We're happy to help. :) Original music composed for this video and used with permission by: Christopher McCallister Supplies Used: Paper: Arches, 140lb. cold-press watercolor paper Brushes: Princeton Art, Neptune Series. #8 round, #14 round Summit series: 1" Stroke Dynasty Faux squirrel #6 round Paints: M.Graham: Anthraquinone Blue Dr. Ph Martins: Ice Green, Sunrise Pink, Carbon Black, Ultramarine Blue Shop the collection: www.thewittygrittypaperco.com Instagram: @TheWittyGrittyPaperCo Get In Touch: [email protected]
Views: 14990 TheWittyGrittyPaperCo.
Northern lights - Aurora in Iceland
 
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The Northern Lights, commonly known as the aurora borealis, were named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas. Scientifically speaking they are a natural light display in the sky, particularly in the high latitude regions, both the Arctic and Antarctic (where they are called the aurora australis), caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere (thermosphere). The charged particles originate in the magnetosphere and solar wind and, on Earth, are directed by the Earth's magnetic field into the atmosphere. Luckily for travellers in the north, a side effect of all of this is the dazzling spectrum of colours that light up the skies in the long arctic winter nights. Although you can often witness Northern lights in Reykjavík it's best to get a bit out of the city to enjoy them without distracting light pollution. Clear skies and natural darkness is what you should look for. You can use the Aurora forecast for directions. It's not very accurate, and often you will need to be patient. Warm clothing, coffee or tea and snacks are a good idea to take with you on your stakeouts.
Views: 371 Guide to Iceland
Chasing the Northern Lights in a Caravan on Skis
 
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For the full story in Inspirations Magazine, check it out here: http://www.adria-mobil.com For details about the Apukka Resort in Finland where YOU TOO can experience the Aurora Wagon, click here: https://apukkaresort.fi In this video, shot in March 2018, I head off to Finland, flying in to Rovaneimi in Lapland, in search of the Northern Lights (or the Aurora Borealis to give them their correct name). Apukka Resort rents out 'Aurora Wagons' for the ultimate Aurora Wilderness Experience, which are essentially a repurposed Adria Action. In order to keep the experience as simple as possible, the caravan is drained down and the cooker is not to be used - guests are ferried to and from the resort for their meals and hot showers. Flasks of hot water, tea, hot berry juice, and snacks are all provided, and of course the heating and the WC are fully functioning! So did I get to fulfil a lifelong dream and finally see the Northern Lights? Watch and find out...
Views: 12307 Andrew Ditton

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