Lights snapped from space

Red and green lights dance in the sky above the North and South poles. The two lights — the Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis — appear to be a mirror image of each other. This picture was taken by a spacecraft during a recent space weather storm. It is the first time Northern and Southern Lights brightening at the same time at opposite ends of the Earth have been captured on film

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