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The aurora borealis is now available indoors.

That’s right, nature’s most famous lightshow can now be seen in any country, at any altitude, thanks to Icelandair. The airline posted a video on YouTube Sunday showing a decked-out Boeing 757 with cabin lights that produce a wondrous greenish-blue glow over passenger’s heads. But this isn’t just some simple mood lighting; it’s an entire experience of its own.

“When we saw the lights come on, it was really great feeling that atmosphere of natural beauty that you get while being in this country,” one passenger says in the video above, referring to Iceland.

It’s not just the inside of the aircraft that’s adorned with auroras; the exterior of the Hekla Aurora was also painstakingly coated with northern lights designs by a series of artists. The project is part of the airline’s #MyStopover campaign, which, just like its name implies, encourages passengers to make a stop in Iceland.

And with in-flight entertainment like this, it’ll be hard not to. Check it out for yourself above.

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