Not an aurora borealis
Norway is home to pretty lights in the sky. Thanks to its geographical location, the citizens of Norway get front-row seats of the Northern Lights that spread the vast skies across the entire country. But these aren’t the only lights that have attracted the eyes of stargazers. Have you heard of the Hessdalen Lights?
The Hessdalen Lights are inexplicable beams of light that span across 7.5 miles of Norway’s skies. The lights appear at random, but there have been around 20 reported cases of random citizens coming across these mysterious beams. So far, nobody knows where they are or what causes them, but they don’t appear to do any damage.