Aurora Meteor

By: Kwon O Chul


Region: Americas

Site: Northwest Territories - Canada

Date: January 2011

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The northern lights (aurora borealis) appear in the starry sky above suburbs of Yellowknife in northern Canada. At the far edge, near the band of the Milky Way, a fireball (a bright meteor) has also streaked the sky. Click on the star-pattern icon above the image to see some minutes later of this view when constellation Cygnus and brighter part of the Milky Way reached above the horizon. Kwon, O Chul -

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