4 beautiful and educational videos about the aurora borealis that you should watch

We have been searching the world wide web and come up with a collection of 4 beautiful and educational videos about the aurora borealis that you should watch.

The first one is called the science and beauty of auroras and are made by Joe Hanson from the youtube channel It’s Okay To Be Smart. He sure knows how to educate and entertain at the same time. I sure wish my teachers was like Joe. Watch the educational video and comment below of what you think.

The next one is a timelapse video that is made by the aurora hunter and great photographer Ole C. Salomonsen. Ole is a norwegian bloke that spends a lot of nights outside. In this video he has been in Tromsø and on Senja. The result is a beautiful short video he has given the fitting name Soaring.

The third one is made by Henry Jun Wah Lee. Henry photographed the aurora borealis from Iceland when the solar activity was at it best in 2015. As a bonus he has managed to photograph the aurora on top of a active volcano.

And lastly i want to present my favourite video that is photographed in Bergen, Norway. Bergen is my hometown and i will always have a special place in my heart for this city. We do not have a lot of visible aurora borealis in our city since it’s located south/west in norway. We do experience it though and the photographer was standing in the middle of a geomagnetic storm. The music is recorded by local artist Myrna Braza, and i think we all can agree that she has an amazing voice. Enjoy!

So what did you think? Did you get your mind blown or learned something new? Comment below or send us links you your favourite videos trough the support page.

2 thoughts on “4 beautiful and educational videos about the aurora borealis that you should watch

  1. I have a question.
    I live in Conneticut in US. I am trying to find site that would provide a 2 – 4 day alert for when there would be a strong possibility to see the lights in the aurora oval so I would have time to pack and fly to a recommended most likely spot.
    Thanks,
    Bob
    mrramayer@aol.com

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