The Northern Lights have been visible in parts of the United States due to increased solar activity.
The phenomenon is caused by charged particles from the sun colliding with gases in the Earth's atmosphere.
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The lights have been seen as far south as Kansas and Missouri.
The last time the Northern Lights were visible in these areas was in 2011.
The lights have also been visible in other parts of the world, including Scotland and Norway.
The increased solar activity is part of an 11-year cycle, with the next peak expected in 2024.