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When we look at the world today, we see a lot of manmade wonders however, there are also still many wonders Mother Nature can offer and one is the Aurora borealis phenomenon.
Aurora Borealis is an amazing light show that our mysterious world has to offer. A spectacular view of various bright colors dance throughout the night sky is definitely a great nature show.
The Aurora Borealis is caused by solar activities and as the solar winds strike the earth’s magnetic field which is the earth’s protective shield, the charged particles rain down the poles and lights the atmosphere where they hit.
The Aurora Borealis mostly consists of colour red, green and many shades of purple. Some colors even looks like you are able to reach them while they dance through the sky.
Aurora Borealis is also known as Northern Lights, or Aurora Polaris since it is usually seen on the two opposite poles of the earth, around the North and the South Pole.
Usually they appear during autumn, winter and early spring seasons. It is best to watch the Aurora Borealis when it is not full moon since it would make the colors more evident.
Many people look forward to experience this spectacular light show and would even camp up to places where it is far from all the city lights. It is very heartwarming and amazing to witness one of our nature’s beautiful phenomenon.
Truly, it is a magnificent and a mystical experience to just watch and appreciate what our world can do.