For the third day in a row, geomagnetic storms are circling the poles. In North America, auroras have spilled across the Canadian border descending as far south as Utah, Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska.
The best place to see the show, according to pilot Matt Melnyk, is from the window of an airplane:
"I photographed an unbelievable display from the cockpit at 21,000 feet while flying across Alberta Canada," says Melnyk. "Being the pilot we get a front row view of the amazing aurora and this display was nothing less than spectacular!"