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The Aurora Borealis is active all year but can only be seen when the Alaskan night sky is dark from August to April. The Aurora is a natural light display caused by charged particles from the Sun ...

Blue Flame

Blue Flame, Colour photograph (Giclée) by Shane Lamb. Alaskan night sky is dark from August to April. The Aurora is a natural light display caused by charged particles from the sun interacting with the earth's atmosphere. When these particles collide with

Abisko, Sweden

Ice Hotel in Sweden with Northern Lights Overhead~ My next attempt at the Aurora Borealis.

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Top 20 Places To See The Northern Lights

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Everything you need to know about trips to see the Northern Lights

Bucket list: see the Northern Lights in person!  Done!!

See the Northern Lights

Amazing Places you Should Visit in Your Life, Part 2 - Aurora Borealis, Bear Lake, Alaska. - on my list!

An amazing northern lights photo from space showing the ring around the earth where the aurora is most prominent.

Ring of Fire: Northern Lights from space An oval of glowing green light in Earth’s upper atmosphere encircles the magnetic North Pole. NASA Credit: NASA You Might Also Like: What Would Happen If A Large Asteroid Were To Smash Into Earth Comments comments

The night sky is a dark place, with only the moon and stars to cast any light. But throughout the long winters high in the northern hemisphere there are nights that are illuminated with spectacular displays of green and blue light dancing across the skies.  We are talking, of course, about the Northern Lights. The Aurora borealis, to give them their proper name.

The night sky is a dark place, with only the moon and stars to cast any light. But throughout the long winters high in the northern hemisphere there are nights that are illuminated with spectacular displays of green and blue light dancing across the skies

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