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Squawks & HeadlinesTimelapse of Flight Between San Francisco and Paris Captures Northern Lights

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HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 0
Super Cool!
houndog528
houndog528 0
What a terrible website! Couldn't get it to work. Next time, just post the Youtube video link. It works so much better.
houndog528
houndog528 0
Thanks Andre. Works like a charm. Amazing video! Thanks for posting.
kb9uwu
sweet video, as a ham it's nice to have some solar activity again!
airplanefreakz
kyle dunst 0
wouldnt the northern lights be off the left wing?
zompino
Nick Bloom 0
Nice video! Great work putting it all together. :)
bwjosep
Brad Joseph 0
Something isn't right with this, as a previous poster mentioned, the northern lights would be off the left wing.

I'm confused.
faerrflier
kevin swiss 0
northern lights can be seen out either wing depending on the intensity of the lights and how far north the plane goes. in this case they were out the southern facing wing. check out www. spaceweather .com to understand more about auroras, this is not a paid advert.
jpalonso98
Joseph Alonso 0
That was a great video i thought it was a fsx flight at the begining but then i fiigured it out it looked like a 747 or an A340 what kind of plane was it
Jansen09
Awesome awesome video.
Madsdad02
John Bircher 0
would it not be a westward flight from SF to Paris? The northern lights would be off the right side, right?
iceman21
Larry Butler 0
Truly awesome job
c089876
Ar Jay 0
airplanefreakz
Just because they are called northern lights you do not have to be looking North to see them. You can be engulfed in the magnetic field and have them all over. The fact that the video is taken looking South (right wing) has no bearing on the phenomena
nuconrad
george bruton 0
Did anyone see the a380 at the gate over when they taxi to there gate...wonder if that was the one from the JFK fender bender..
vonnievince
Yvonne Malone 0
Saw the N.L.'s as a child in southern Wisconsin, I've never forgotten the sight, it was eerie and wonderful at the same time!!