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Spectacular aurora on Saturn shines in new video

Earth isn't the only planet in the solar system with a dazzling northern lights show. A new video from Saturn shows spectacular aurora on the ringed planet, revealing new details about how the phenomenon works.Full story

Northern lights get Internet reality show

This story was updated at 12:45 p.m. ET. Aching to see the dazzling aurora displays that make up the northern lights, but can't get to the Arctic Circle to see them? Don't worry, a new Internet show has you covered. Full story

9 destinations best viewed after dark

There are places around the world that flourish with life and luminosity once the sun sets, where night owls roam, city lights shine and interesting things happen. Full story

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  Northern lights shine as far south as Oslo, Norway

Residents of Oslo, Norway, are treated to a spectacular display as the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, fill the night sky. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.

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The aurora borealis or the northern lights are seen on the sky above the town of Narvik in north-eastern Norway
The aurora borealis or the northern lights are seen on the sky above the town of Narvik in north-eastern Norway

epa01575342 The aurora borealis or the northern lights are seen on the sky above the town of Narvik in north-eastern Norway early 12 December 2008. EPA/BALAZS MOHAI HUNGARY OUT

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This photo provided by Tony Wilder shows northern lights over Lake Wissota in Chippewa Falls, Wis., Monday, May 3, 2010.

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The Aurora Borealis glows in the sky, September 03, 2007, in the Greenland town of Kangerlussuaq.
The Aurora Borealis glows in the sky, September 03, 2007, in the Greenland town of Kangerlussuaq.

KANGERLUSSUAQ, GREENLAND - SEPTEMBER 03: The Aurora Borealis glows in the sky, September 03, 2007, in the Greenland town of Kangerlussuaq. The Northern Lights most often occurs from September to October and from March to April and are a popular tourist attraction.