Northern lights dance across Finland's sky

STORY: On Sunday night (March 5) auroras in several colors were seen dancing all across the sky over Tepasto, which is around 124 miles (200 kilometers) north of the Arctic Circle.

A a few nights earlier, near Rovaniemi, which is on the Arctic Circle, the auroras in the sky exploded nine times during the evening. According to a local photographer who captured the scene, the last of these aurora explosions lasted a full 30 minutes.

The photographer said so far the early spring of 2023 has been incredible for aurora photographers and tourists traveling far north to see the northern lights.