Breathtaking timelapse video captures stunning Northern Lights shine over Lake ... trends now
A stunning timelapse video has captured dazzling green, orange, and purple lights illuminating across the sky at Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.
Gal Steinberg, a photographer based in Center Harbor, New Hampshire, filmed for seven hours to record the rare phenomenon over the weekend.
Vibrant colors can be seen over the water which are the result of an eruption of charged particles from the sun, known as a coronal mass ejection (CME), interacting with the Earth's atmosphere.
While the Northern Lights are commonly seen in the U.S. only in Alaska, these dazzling lights extended southward as the CME intensified on Sunday evening.
Skywatchers from New Hampshire shared stunning photos of the aurora borealis on social media, revealing lights dancing in the clear, crisp night sky.
Photos shared by Steven Hutchins captured the unusual red and pink colors passing in front of the Milky Way.
Gal Steinberg, a photographer based in Center Harbor, New Hampshire, ran a seven-hour timelapse and captured the most captivating part of this rare phenomenon
Hutchins explained that these colors can only be captured in long-exposure photos in his response to one social media user.
'This is a 20 second exposure. The naked eye just can't take in 20 seconds of light like a camera can. Earlier in the night I could see a dull red but not as