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The Northern Lights above Finnish Lapland near Sodankylä during ESA’s space weather-themed social space event in 2013. Northern Lights occur when charged particles from the Sun hit Earth’s atmosphere.
The green vertical stripe is a laser beam from the Finnish Meteorological Institute’s Arctic Research Centre to measure cloud particles and aerosols in the upper atmosphere.