Aurora is also known as Northern lights or Southern lights are natural lights which display in Earth’s sky during Night time, mainly seen in Arctic & Antarctic region.
Auroras are caused when Solar wind packed with charged particles comes into earth’s magnetosphere.
COLORS OF AURORA
- Yellow & Pink
PLACES TO SEE AURORA IN NORTH AND WHEN TO SEE
Alaska, USA – Winter months are ideal due to longer nights
Northern Canada – Late August to Mid April
Iceland – Early September to End of April
Norway – October to March
Finland – September to March
Russia – September to March
Sweden – September to the end of March
Greenland – Mid August to late April
PLACES TO SEE AURORA IN SOUTH
South Georgia Island – The Antarctic winter between March & September
Stewart Island – The Antarctic winter between March & September
The Falkland Islands – Between April & August
Ushuaia, Argentina – The Antarctic winter, between March & September
Antarctica – The Antarctic winter, between March & September.