In Sweden a beautiful Northern Lights show proceeds unnoticed by the busy drivers passing by. The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are spectacular lights created as a result of disturbances in the Earth’s magnetosphere caused by solar winds. They are visible at both polar regions and or often seen as veils or lines of greenish-blue light.
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