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Take a Break

Take a break and watch the spectacular northern lights from space

Beautiful.

THE BEST PLACE to watch the northern lights? From space, if this Nasa video is anything to go by.

The time-lapse footage, shot from the International Space Station, shows the Aurora Borealis and its southern counterpart, the Aurora Australis, lighting up the surface of the Earth.

Sit back and enjoy.

NASA / YouTube

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