Spectacular Aurora Borealis captured in Norway after solar blast on 2014 September 12



The varying green hues of the Aurora Borealis are both captivating and mysterious as they dance majestically through the sky. 

The latest Northern Lights display was created after a solar blast on Friday, September 12.

As a result of the blast a large amount of clouds, which were made up of magnetically charged particles, were pushed towards Earth.

Although green was the primary colour during this recent Northern Lights display in Norway, varying colours such as pinks, reds, blues and yellows are also frequently visible during displays.

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