How many colors can one see in this photograph of the aurora borealis in Alaska? Green, pink, yellow, orange, and purple colors dance across the horizon in a swirling display of beauty. The lights provide an astronomer's delight in the inky sky.
A swirling mass of colors, including several shades of green, pink, purple, orange, and yellow, seems to streak across the northern skies in Wisconsin. The photographer captures the aurora borealis over the horizon and the lights of the city below.
The stunning visuals were created when the Falcon 9 rocket rose above the horizon and into sunlight before the first stage - or main body of the rocket - separated from the smaller second stage.
Daily Mail. Mon, 08 Oct 2018 21:56:02 +0100.