Damn this is beautiful
Blue aurora flame. Aurora are most commonly in green and red, which are produced by oxygen. Sometimes we get blue aurora due to nitrogen. On Feb. 22nd, Micha Bäuml of Straumfjord, Norway, witnessed an amazing blue aurora. "All of a sudden the sky exploded," says Micha. "The aurora looked like a giant flame." From the spaceweather.com Realtime Image Gallery found at http://bit.ly/OUJ6BT
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