Researchers have found the first Australian evidence of this global event, during which people on Earth would have witnessed a multitude of spectacular auroras.
Northern lights in Lake Lappajärvi, Finland.
As the Earth’s magnetic north pole heads towards Siberia, concerns have been raised that the northern lights could move with it.
A magical sight.
The northern lights might look like magic, but they can actually be explained by science – here’s how.
A look at the spooky side of electromagnetism in our culture.
Historical records can help us understand what will happen to the northern lights.
Recent Martian findings are just the latest discoveries of aurora on other planets, both in and out of our solar system.
Hurricane Arthur photographed by ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst.
Astronauts living on the ISS get to experience the wonders of the universe’s natural phenomena like no one else.
Aurora borealis lights up the sky over Dunstanburgh Castle in Northumberland, England.
How scientists tracked a massive emission from the sun right across the solar system.
Time exposed photo of the Auroral Spatial Structures Probe Launch into the aurora.
The aurora borealis lights up the Arctic night skies. Also called the Northern Lights, the phenomenon is the result of beams of charged particles tracing along the Earth’s magnetic field and entering the…