Intense auroras shoot out in the sky like during a volcanic eruption after G2 geomagnetic storm slams Earth


These pictures were captured at latitude 64, in Chukotka in the Far East region of Russia on April 21, 2018 as a consequence of an intense interplanetary shock wave. And the photographs tell more about the power of this G2 geomagnetic storm. Look by yourself, the filamentous auroras seem to shoot out in the sky like lava being ejected during a volcanic eruption. WOW!

An aurora volcano is raging in Far East Russia. Photo by Anton Balatsky
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The northern lights seem to shoot out of a mountain peak… like during a volcanic eruption. Photo by Anton Balatsky
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The green lava is being ejected to the sky. Photo by Anton Balatsky
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A powerful aurora eruption. Photo by Anton Balatsky
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The luminous ash are being swept by the wind. Photo by Anton Balatsky
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Your path to another dimension. Photo by Anton Balatsky

Was that really on Earth? That is out of this world, Anton Balatsky!

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