Aurora borealis, northern tip of Norway.

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+10 1. Burimi commented 10 years ago

5***** video :)
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-11 2. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

It is awesome, but is it really awesome to see how our ozon layer is fading away?
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+27 3. herrkaleun commented 10 years ago

Hey folks, we all HAVE TO EXPERIENCE something like this, before we die.
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+4 4. Geekster (admin) commented 10 years ago

So beautiful Mother Nature... and we destroy it... :'(
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+8 5. Keiichii commented 10 years ago

Gladiator musik :) <3
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+17 6. AL7AIR commented 10 years ago

#2 The Aurora Borealis, or Aurora Australis for that matter, are not the result of a decaying ozone layer. Ozone resides at the lower levels of the stratosphere, the Auroras are part of a gaseous particle reaction between the earth's atmosphere and charged particles released by the sun's atmosphere happening in the ionosphere.

The ozone layer in the stratosphere starts at about 15km above sea level and reaches heights of about 35km. If you want to reach the ionosphere you have to go "a little" higher, to about 50km above sea level and another 950km to exit it, passing through our planet's exosphere and thermosphere while you are at it.
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-1 7. OmiCron commented 10 years ago

I am proud to live in this beautiful country! + we are the most wealthiest country in the world, that doesn't hurt too :D
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+1 8. cameramaster commented 10 years ago

That ...was.....awesome :-)

does anybody know what the music track was?
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+6 9. annieaxe commented 10 years ago

0:21 Dragons zipping across the sky.
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+1 10. dogfish commented 10 years ago

#3 what about acid? O:) :(|)
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+3 11. LaoMa commented 10 years ago

Only seen aurora once in my lifetime. They also made a rattling electric noise.
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+4 12. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

I have to see this for real sometime. Shame it only happens when I sleep. :D
Amazing video.
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0 13. jackDjohnson commented 9 years ago

God is Awesome !! images like this are little pieces of heaven on earth !! :)
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+1 14. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

What a beautiful country Norway must be!