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Pictures: Northern Lights above northern England

The Northern Lights have been visible over Scotland and large parts of northern England.
The Northern Lights have been visible over Scotland and large parts of northern England.
The Northern Lights over Berwick
The Aurora Borealis is named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas.
Cresswell beach
The storms can interfere with satellites, power grids and communication systems.
St Mary's Lighthouse in Whitley Bay
The Northern Lights - also called the Aurora Borealis - are a colourful light show that occurs naturally in the sky.
Aurora over Ballintoy harbour
The light show occurs because of storms that take place on the surface of the sun.
St Mary's lighthouse at Whitley bay
These storms send out radiation, called the solar wind, that lights up the sky when it collides with Earth's magnetic field at the poles.
The Northern Lights have been spotted over northern England
Amateur astronomers have been out in force to see if the lights appear two nights running.
Couple posing in front of Aurora