the lights in the north pole
The northern lights are lights in the north that are caused by magnetism. The same magnetism that compass use to show true north. The lights are also called Aurora Borealis. Astronauts can see them from space. A picture of it is in one of those links below. Aurora is a "collision of solar wind and magnetosphere charged particles" says list25.com. They can also be called the ""polar lights"." Says loc.gov. Did you know you can see Aurora anywhere in the world. They are mainly at higher latitudes. I hope we can see one down here though it's not likely.
25 Interesting Facts About Northern Lights You Should Know Before You See Them
I got this from my first website
You can reread the facts if you want to
A pictures of them
(Because the lights are mainly seen up north I put penguins!)