AURORA BOREALIS - THE NORTHERN LIGHTS
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The Aurora Borealis flickers across the northern sky on a regular basis, day and night, all year round.
But, like the moon and stars, it is only visible when the sky is dark.
The northern skies don't get dark in summer -
so the best time to see The Aurora is on a clear winter's night.
Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb are good - but nights are cold!
Sept, Oct, Mar & April are best.
The best places to view the Aurora Borealis are
Click on the links for detailed information about each location.
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