Aurora under technology
The second mission of ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, who is currently on the ISS (International Space Station) captured in a spectacular video, the northern lights, how you have not captured me so far.
As you can see in the video created by him and the European space agency (ESA), the northern lights are just below the place where Thomas caught her.
This is part of the second part of the "Alpha" mission of ESA astronauts on the ISS.
However, this experiment that Thoms did to see the aurora borealis on the ISS was one of hundreds to do. According to ESA, it has to be as close as possible in space approx. 200 experiments. Of these: - 40 Europeans (ESA); - 12 French (CNES); - approx. 148 experiments conducted by different institutions or own experiments.
Something about the Aurora
Also, the polar auroras do not appear only next to our atmosphere, but on the planet of each planet, at least to the planets in the Solar System.