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The best place to see the Northern Lights? From space...

The timelapse was taken during a sunrise.

NASA ASTRONAUT SCOTT Kelly captured images of the Northern Lights from the international space station on Tuesday.

The timelapse was taken during a sunrise.

Kelly posted the stunning images on his Twitter and it has been retweeted thousands of times since.

It was taken on his 141st day of his year in space mission.

Read: Seen in Ireland: Gorgeous pictures of the Northern Lights>

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