Why Did the Northern Lights Arrive Early This Year? Spectacular Drone Footage Showcases the Phenomenon

    By Nate  Published: August 31, 2016


    It’s the Northern Lights as you’ve never seen them before: Filmed from a drone traveling across Iceland’s stark scenery and clear night skies, Aurora Borealis has the perfect environment in which to shine.

    It seems that the Northern Lights season – which typically runs from September to mid-April – has reached Iceland a little early this year, treating islanders to a spectacular celestial display.

    One minute and 46 seconds of pure serenity, the drone captures every magnificent streak of color as the phenomenon stretches across the night sky.


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