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Seeing the Northern Lights in Norway

Med Viator, July 2017

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The Aurora Borealis – also known as the Northern Lights – is a spectacular, natural nighttime phenomenon caused when dust particles from solar winds collide with the gases in the Earth’s atmosphere and begin to glow in the sky. They can be seen in skies from the Arctic southwards, occasionally even in the northern UK, but the dark winter nights and mountainous archipelago around Tromsø provide the perfect backdrop to spot the dancing flashes of color glowing fluorescent green, yellow, red and blue dancing across the sky. Although sightings of the Northern Lights are never guaranteed – atmospheric conditions have to be perfect – Tromsø’s fantastical light displays can most confidently be seen from 6pm until around midnight from December through February, although sightings are made from October to March.

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