What If You Put a Camera on a Weather Balloon to Film the Aurora Borealis? These Photographers Did Just That
Three photographers used weather balloons to send cameras into the stratosphere and capture breathtaking images of the Northern Lights. Autumn Schrock and Nate Luebbe, who produced the documentary “Light Side Up,” talked to LX News about hurdles they overcame to make their “crazy idea” a sensational reality.
There is a possibility that people here in parts of Connecticut could get the rare chance to see the Northern Lights tonight or tomorrow night if clouds don’t get in the way. The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, are the result of electrons colliding with the Earth’s atmosphere near the North Pole, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...