Yahoo News, UK
Wed, 21 Nov 2012 22:20 UTC
Using a complicated system unknown to us humans, aliens appear to have managed to beam their image onto the spectacular Northern Lights sky.
The photographer was shocked on his return home to see the image of the green faced alien in his pictures of the aurora Northern Lights.
Landscape photographer Iurie Belegurschi captured the image by accident in the Reykjanes peninsula of Iceland.
On a clear night on September 8, Belegurschi stayed up all night and waited to watch the aurora Northern Lights dance in the sky.
He said: "I didn't see the alien face during shooting, but when I came home I checked my photographs on the computer and I saw it! It's unbelievable, I couldn't believe my eyes."
"I wish everybody could see it at least once in their life."
But don't expect to see aliens if you do venture out to the remote area.
Self-taught Iurie moved to Iceland in 2006 to follow his biggest passion, the Northern Lights.
He is now waiting for the solar max in 2013-2014 to capture more aurora activity - with or without aliens.