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Transcript of northern lights
The lights only show u some times and when it does it is amazing and is amazing in person.
Northern Lights, a 1975 novel by American author Tim O'Brien
Northern Lights, a 1991 novel by Howard Norman
Northern Lights (novel), a 1995 novel by Philip Pullman, the first book of the awards-winning trilogy His Dark Materials
Northern Lights, 2001, English translation of Severni sij, a 1984 Slovene novel by Drago Jančar
The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis is a natural phenomenon that can paint the night sky with unearthly, surreal color. To observers at far-northern latitudes, they're a frequent occurrence, but many who live in more temperate climates have never seen them, even though they're sometimes seen as far south as 35 degrees north latitude. This article will help you improve your chances of seeing the Lights if you journey north.
The Northern Lights usually circle the globe in a circular or elliptical "oval" centered on the earth's North Magnetic Pole, which is not at the same location as the North Geographic Pole, but rather is slightly offset in the direction of northern Canada. This oval is known as the "auroral oval". Auroral displays aren't strongest at the North Magnetic Pole; the area of greatest auroral activity is usually right under the auroral oval, which changes dynamically according to how the solar wind is flowing on any particular night.