For no other reason than to make you feel better. Them Northern and Southern Lights sure are purdy.
Aurora Borealis, or “The Northern Lights,” fill the sky over Finnmark, Norway, March 13, 2011.
(Reuters / /Tore Meek/Scanpix )
Aurora Australis, or “The Southern Lights,” glow in the sky over the town of Glenn Ourua near Palmeston North, north of New Zealand's national capital Wellington on April 1, 2001.
(Reuters / Stringer WB/JD)
While docked at the International Space Station, an Endeavour crew member captures the Aurora Borealis, March 21, 2008.
(Reuters / NASA)
The Aurora Borealis is seen from Mile 7 on Beam Road above snow-covered tundras near Nome, Alaska March 10, 2012.
(Reuters / Oscar Avellaneda-Cruz)