The International Space Station (ISS) can orbit “straight through” an aurora event. When it happened on 23 February 2016 Timothy Peake, a European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut aboard the ISS, said it was “eerie but very beautiful.”
Aurora Borealis, better known as the “northern lights,” actually makes a sound, but it is very uncommon for it to be heard.
On the night of September 2, 1859 a conversation lasting two hours was held between telegraph operators in Portland, Maine and Boston using only current generated by the Aurora Borealis.
Two telegraph operators carried a conversation out that was powered by Aurora Borealis.