Located just a half hour outside Reykjavik is what may be one of the most unique cabins in Iceland. Introducing the Panorama Glass Lodge. sThis igloo-like home features a small fully equipped kitchen, a dining table, full bathroom, and hot tub – essentially everything you’d expect out of a high-end hotel or lodge. What sets … Continue reading Night Under The Northern Lights: Panorama Glass House In Iceland
Have you always dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights in the middle of the wilderness? Does snuggling up next to a fire while snow falls on the roof of your cabin sound appealing? How about soaking in a hot tub outside in a winter wonderland? Glamping — code word for glamorous camping — isn’t a new concept, but it is taking off as a winter … Continue reading Northern Lights, Cozy Hot Tubs: 11 Winter Glamping Spots You Need To See
http://www.beautifullife.info/urban-design/dubldom-shelter-beneath-the-northern-lights/ DublDom Shelter Beneath The Northern Lights Located in the snowy hills of the Murmansk region, Kandalaksha, there is a snowy seclusion that offers true solitude. Source: DublDom Shelter Beneath The Northern Lights
Finland was ranked the happiest country in the world this year, and no wonder! First there's Kalsarikannit, the fine Finnish art of drinking alone at home in your underwear, and now there's this extremely cool hotel situation. You can now take in the awe-inspiring majesty of the Northern Lights from the comfort of your own … Continue reading This New Glass 'Sled Hotel' Will Take You to Directly to the Northern Lights
Image via NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (public domain)Resident sky-spotters in Canada have uncovered a new natural phenomenon in the same league as the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and Aurora Australis (Southern Lights).According to NASA, “citizen scientists”—people funded by the space agency who have an interest in science but might not have received formal education—made … Continue reading New Aurora, More Accessible Than The Northern Lights, Has Been Discovered
Northern lights are a result of the collision of gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere. This palette I created from the deep and cosmic colours of a photo taken in Estonia. I have called it Aurora.
Launched last November 19 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the satellite now known as GOES-16 can now observe planet Earth from a geostationary orbit 22,300 miles above the equator. Its Advanced Baseline Imager captured this contrasting view of Earth and a gibbous Moon on January 15. Source: GOES-16: Moon over Planet Earth