Northern lights, step aside. It’s the South Pole’s time to shine.
Very few of us will ever get to witness the spectacular light show that is the aurora australis. With incredibly strong winds and temperatures below -95°F, it’s nearly impossible to film there, too.
Shot by Robert Schwartz, a technician at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station, special equipment was created to keep the cameras running all night. The footage captured is a soothing and magical sight to behold.
While you may not be able to localize these lights entirely in your kitchen, you can view this natural wonder online, anytime.