The Northern Lights were unusually strong in the north of Scotland last night, captivating people from Aberdeen to Skye as they reached for their cameras.
A north-east photographer is counting his lucky stars after capturing the Northern Lights in the night sky above Stonehaven.
A solar storm is on its way to Earth – and that could mean the Northern Lights will be visible in the skies above the north-east tonight.
A solar storm on its way to Earth could mean the Northern Lights might be seen from the UK on Saturday night, forecasters have said.
Photographers in the north-east have been sharing stunning images of last night's Northern Lights display.
This is the moment a meteor strike lit up the sky in Lapland, causing nearby homes to shake.
The European Space Agency has released stunning footage of the Northern Lights taken from the International Space Station.
The North-east could play host to an "incredible show of northern lights" tonight.
Sky watchers have been sending us their stunning images of last night's Aurora Borealis display.
Weather conditions are expected to be ideal for North-east Northern Lights watchers tonight.
The Northern Lights were visible over the UK on Wednesday night, with people as far south as Cumbria and Northumberland spotting the solar storm.
These incredible photographs shows the Northern Lights, known as Aurora Borealis, illuminating the North-east sky.
THE Northern lights could be shining over the North-east - if the clouds clear up.