An aurora has been spotted outside our Solar System for the first time, scientists report.
An international team detected the light display around a brown dwarf about 18 light years away in the Lyra constellation.
They say the luminous glow looks like the northern lights, but is up to a million times brighter and more red than green in colour.
NORTHERN LIGHTS FOUND IN THE LYRA CONSTELLATION
I think I just exploded from the sheer awesomeness.