Photographer Göran Strand went to a town in Sweden called Östersund on Mar. 17, 2013. He set up his camera and took 30 GB of images of the dancing aurora borealis that night. Not satisfied with just having gorgeous pictures of the experience, he put them together into a virtual video tour that allows you to pan and scan through the sky as the aurorae unfolds in front of you;
Orion and Jupiter set as the green glow from high-speed subatomic particles from the Sun slam into our atmosphere 100 kilometers up.
You can move around with your cursor but you have to play with it for a minute to understand direction ect.