Northern lights in Finland

Northern lights in Finland

<p>A photographer has captured a dazzling aurora borealis display over northern Finland.</p> <p>Green waves could be seen across the night sky over the weekend (2-3 September), some 30 kilometres from the Arctic Circle. </p> <p>The northern lights are the result of electrical collisions between the Earth’s gaseous particles and matter released by the Sun’s atmosphere.</p> <p>They can jar the magnetosphere around the Earth’s north and south poles, releasing colourful streams into the sky.</p>

<p>A photographer has captured a dazzling aurora borealis display over northern Finland.</p> <p>Green waves could be seen across the night sky over the weekend (2-3 September), some 30 kilometres from the Arctic Circle. </p> <p>The northern lights are the result of electrical collisions between the Earth’s gaseous particles and matter released by the Sun’s atmosphere.</p> <p>They can jar the magnetosphere around the Earth’s north and south poles, releasing colourful streams into the sky.</p>