The Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire captured stunning views of the Aurora Borealis on Monday night.
The Northern Lights are a natural light display in the Earth's sky, caused by collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun and the Earth's atmosphere.
The Observatory's cameras captured the lights dancing across the sky in shades of green and purple.
The Northern Lights are typically seen in high-latitude regions such as Alaska, Canada, and Scandinavia, but can occasionally be seen in more southern locations during periods of high solar activity.
The Observatory's staff regularly monitor the sky for weather and astronomical events, and share their observations with the public.
Skywatchers can follow the Observatory's social media channels for updates on future Northern Lights sightings.