Phw-roar! An Australian student tells how she has taken a picture of dragon-breathing dragon & # 39; in the Northern Lights – but she did not realize she was to get her home
- Northern Lights was designed by Perth student with an interest in pictures
- Jingyi Tia Zhang gave a picture of her mother who watched the Aurora Borealis green in southwest of Iceland
- The aurora looks like a lizard's head with her chest, mouth and shoes. sweeping a purple fire and a smoke
- Ms Zhang did not understand that the lights were not like the mythical animal until she returned home from her holiday
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An Australian student did not know that she had taken a picture of Lights Northern Northern who had never been a dragon until she returned home from Iceland holidays.
Jingyi Tia Zhang, from Perth, photographed out of her mother looking up to the amazing Aurora Borealis near Gullfoss in the southwest end of the country.
The image shows an aurora that is a & # 39; make a head like a wild beard with an old wild and a mouth that is damaged and damaged; sweeping a purple fire and a smoke.
A fluorescent green light appears to show the whole body of a dragon that is a extended to fill the sky, with its wings running on both sides in the image shared by NASA.
Perth's students, Jingyi Tia Zhang, did not recognize that she had taken a picture of Lights Northern Northern who was holding a dragon until she returned home from Iceland holidays. Her mother is standing in the snow skipping at the aurora that's her; Creating a lizardy head, wings and snout to erase a purple cheat in an image shared by NASA
Ms. Zhang's mother went out to the snow when the light show began to surprise her green light. The summit illustrates the Arctic starry sky.
Her mother is the tiny figure in the picture that looks up at the legendary animal that is her. appear in the heavens above.
Ms Zhang said she was very lucky to see the true look, according to the ABC.
"I took the dragon on the picture when I got home," she said.
Another picture taken by Ms Zhang on the Icelandic Aurora Borealis featured in the UK Season Holder contest last year.
Ms Zhang's photography as a sport when she is not working on a jewelery design at Curtin University.
Aurora borealis in the sky above a lighthouse to Grundarfjorour village in Iceland. Auroras is caused by the interaction between cattle items that are cut from the sun and from gas molecules in the ground atmosphere, about 100 kilometers up
Her photo was on the dragon on NASA's Picture Astronomy of the Day which explained that it was made with sunspot, a range of smaller temperature on shells outside the sun, which would crannogs released to Earth.
When the items that were inserted into the planet's planet prevented gas extracts that resulted in light and created the auroras that we can see.
NASA said it was amazing & # 39; Many days of splendid & colorful activity this month since sunscreens were recorded.
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It is the natural sights in the North and South Wires that are; appear in our air and also call them auroras.
There are two types of aurora – Aurora Borealis, which means & # 39; mouth of the river, and Aurora Australis, & # 39; nice mouth &
The displays will rise up when items cut by lightning from the sun into the Earth's atmosphere and its; collision with gas haul like hydrogen and helium.
The items that are left out of Sun will be Encourage the stitches and create incredible light shows.
Larger displays appear in many colors although gray and pink green are common.
The aurora borealis illuminates the air in southern Iceland.