Something Amazing Happened In Heaven Last Night, And The Photos Are Revealing.
Amazing news just came from the International Space Station: photos of the colorful aurora lights indicate that a solar storm is on the way. Solar storms happen when the suns energy interacts with the earth's atmosphere and cause incredible colors to come together and light up the sky.
It was certainly spectacular for those who were lucky enough to see it, but if it didn't show up in your part of the world, you've got to see the amazing photos below.
Photographer Christian Begeman took this shot in South Dakota, and said it was the most intense aurora he'd ever laid eyes upon.
Experts say the storms may affect Earth's electricity supplies and aircraft radios
The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, began to flare up with green, yellow and pink hues when the solar storm happened
On Monday night, these shots were taken near the Vedauwoo Recreation Area between Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming.
These lights were seen over Louisa, Virginia, as well as South Dakota.
This incredible photograph was taken over a poppy field in Dorset, UK.
Here's a shot from one of the astronauts in the ISS.
This is two different images of the energy shooting off of the rim of the sun.
And here's another incredible photograph of the view from the space station.
The Space Weather Prediction Center is tracking the aurora and show these forecasts, making us wish we lived in Canada.
They even captured a photo of the sun producing a mid-level solar flare. Its one of three that caused this massive solar storm.
If you happened to catch glimpses of the storm, we can only hope it was as beautiful as it looked.
Next, watch the Northern Lights in Iceland.