GALLERY: Northern lights ignite Estonian sky (2)

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3/18/2015 10:27 AM
Category: Environment

St. Patrick's Day ended with a show of natural fireworks in Estonia - a wonderful display of aurora borealis. 

As a severe solar storm hit Earth on Tuesday evening, the dancing northern lights could be observed overhead across Estonia, and there wasn't a cloud in the sky to block the view.

M. Oll

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