Northern Lights

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AuroraI love the idea of watching the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) and was equally pleased to learn of the existence of Southern Lights (Aurora Australis) which I’m sure would be just as fascinating to watch in the night sky.  So far, I’ve not seen either of these phenomena but, with the increased levels of solar activity of late, it’s possible that, with a clear sky, it may be possible to see the Northern Lights, even where I live in Southern England and I was pretty hopeful this evening.  Sadly the forecast has changed and a display here now looks unlikely.

Even so, whilst I was hunting for advice on how best to see the Northern Lights, I found some really good information about the auroras and it’s probably worth sharing it here:

Image credit: Aurora, by well_lucio on Flickr. Licenced under Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0).

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