The Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, are an amazing event in the night sky.
But Earth isn't the only planet where you can see the Northern and Southern lights.
They can be seen on other planets in our solar system too.
Space scientists at NASA have been able to confirm that some of our closest neighbouring planets such as Jupiter and Saturn have their own auroras.
These auroras are slightly different from Earth's, because their atmospheres and poles are different.